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Aussie player Langerak is now in the J. League record books

Mon 21 December 2020 | 8:11

Aussie goalkeeper Mitch Langerak has kept a record-breaking 17th clean sheet and has helped Nagoya Grampus qualify for the AFC Champions League qualifying round and Aussie player Ajdin Hrustic made his first debut in the Bundesliga.

Mitch Langerak

is now in the

J.League

record books as he kept 17 clean sheets in the season for Nagoya Grampus.

With their win against Sanfrecce Hiroshima, they ended up in the 3rd place and are qualified for the AFC Champions League qualifying round and it was their first time since 2011.

 Thomas Deng

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Urawa Red Diamonds, ended up in the 10th position as they finished their season with a 2-0 loss to Consadole Sapporo.

Ajdin Hrustic

made his debut for Eintracht Frankfurt in the Bundesliga and they won 2-0 over Augsburg.

Danny Vukovic

kept his third clean sheet of the season and

Trent Sainsbury

’s injury kept him outside the game as Vukovic's side won 2-0 over Sainsbury’s Kortrijk.

James Jeggo

’s Aris Thessaloniki won 3-0 against

Apostolos Giannou

’s OFI Crete.

Jeggo went onto the pitch in the 72nd minute and it was when OFI Crete were two goals down and Giannou only played the last 12 minutes of the match.

Mathew Ryan

was not in Brighton’s squad for the game against Sheffield United and they drew 1-1.

Harry Souttar

’s Stoke City won 1-0 over Blackburn Rovers and now they are 7th in the Championship table.

Although

Massimo Luongo

was absent for the game against Coventry City, his Sheffield Wednesday won 1-0 after nine winless matches.

Kenny Dougall

’s Blackpool drew 0-0 against Accrington Stanley in League One.

Tom Rogic

’s Celtic won 4-3 over Hearts. Rogic entered the action in the 69th minute of the game.

Martin Boyle

’s Hibernian drew 1-1 against Dundee United.

Mathew Leckie

did not get any game time and watched his Hertha Berlin lost 4-1 to Freiburg.

Brandon Borrello

was also an unused substitute for Fortuna Dusseldorf as they won 3-0 against St. Pauli.


source: SportMob