EuROOvision: Mooy frustrated by Spurs, Awer Mabil making progress in Portugal

EuROOvision: Mooy frustrated by Spurs, Awer Mabil making progress in Portugal


It was a frustrating night for Aaron Mooy at the John Smith’s Stadium, as he was substituted on the hour mark of Huddersfield Town’s 4-0 defeat at the hands of Tottenham.

Brad Smith was once again absent from Bournemouth’s squad, with the Cherries drawing 0-0 at home against Leicester City.

In the Championship, Bailey Wright played the full 90 minutes as Bristol City triumphed 3-1 over Ipswich – extending their undefeated run in the competition to 10 matches.

James Meredith was substituted in the late stages of Millwall’s 3-1 defeat to Barnsley.

Mass Luongo returned to the QPR squad and played the full match against Fulham, however, Ian Holloway‘s men lost 2-1.

Although Hull City thumped Birmingham 6-1 at home, Jackson Irvine was an unused substitute in the contest.

Injury continues to keep Mile Jedinak out of action, yet his Aston Villa teammates won 1-0 against Bolton.

Looking to League One and Bradden Inman played the first hour of Rochdale’s 0-0 draw with Wimbledon.

Ryan Williams played another 90 minutes for Rotherham, who defeated Northampton 1-0.

Cameron Burgess watched on from the bench as Scunthorpe lost 2-0 on the road to Shrewsbury Town.

Wigan Athletic moved second on the table with a 2-0 win over Walsall, in which Callum Elder played the full 90 minutes.

In League Two, Harry Kewell‘s Crawley Town fell to a 1-0 home defeat at the hands of Carlisle United.

Across to Scotland and Tom Rogic did not make it on the score sheet, yet completed the full match as Celtic were held 2-2 at home by Hibernian.

Ryan Edwards also played 90 minutes, however, his Partick Thistle team went down 3-0 against Motherwell, with fellow Australian Andy Rose watching from the opposition bench.

Looking to Portugal and Awer Mabil was again used as a late substitute for Pacos de Ferreira, playing the last 20 minutes of their 3-2 win over Moreirense.

Danny Vukovic remained the first choice gloveman for Racing Genk, who shared the spoils in a 3-3 draw with Eupen.

Jimmy Jeggo earned a starting spot for Sturm Graz, who comfortably overcame St. Polten 3-0.