Alejandro Bedoya's Örebro stumbled in the final minutes away to Djurgårdens

American Exports: Sunday Roundup

AMSTERDAM — A handful of Americans clocked in for Scandinavian action on Sunday, highlighted by Alejandro Bedoya's Örebro suffering a late slip to fall 2-1 at Djurgårdens.

The hosts flipped the match with two goals over the final 11 minutes, vanishing all but a point of ÖSK's third place breathing room in the process.

In neighboring Norway, IK Start cost themselves points with a late leak for the third consecutive round, this time in a 3-2 loss at Lillestrøm.

Both Hunter Freeman and Clarence Goodson went 90 in defense for the visitors, who fell to ninth place.

Stabæk midfielder Mikkel Diskerud supplied the set-up man on his side's early strike and had an active day overall, but the visitors came up up just short in a 3-2 loss to Vålerenga.

Finally, Benny Feilhaber had a hand in setting up three Aarhus GF goals in the club's fourth straight victory, a 7-1 humbling of Hvidovre that boosted them to first place in the Danish second flight.

The US playmaker assisted on AGF's first and fifth goals, and his free kick facilitated an away own goal for the sixth.