KENYA BROWN - Monday, October 17, 2016
Bjorn Johnsen scored his first goal of the season for Hearts in Scotland, while Cole Grossman and Stabaek continued to fight their way out of relegation in Norway.


Bjorn Johnsen came off the bench to score the goal that got Hearts a 2-0 win over Dundee at Tynecastle.

The game could have gone completely the other way as Dundee had several opportunities to score, but the woodwork would prevent them from celebrating any goals

The Jambos would have to wait until the 68th minute to get on the scoreboard. Callum Paterson would get his head on to a Robbie Muirhead free kick and direct it past Dundee goalkeeper Scott Bain.

The home side appeared to settle down after scoring that first goal and Johnsen would come in later on to seal the game in the 89th minute. The Norwegian-American would connect on a low cross from Jamie Walker to guarantee the three points for his team.

Hearts sit in third place in the standings with 17 points.


Cole Grossman started in midfield for Stabaek in their 1-1 tie with Valerenga. The Blue Ones are in 15th place in the standings and will need to get as many points as they can pull themselves out of the relegation zone. They are currently two points from safety.

Alex DeJohn started at center back in Start's 2-1 win over Tromso. The team remain at the bottom of the standings and are all but certain of relegation.

Ethan Horvath and Josh Gatt started for Molde in their 0-0 tie with Sogndal. The team are in fourth place in the standings and only three points out from claiming a European spot.


Brendan Hines-Ike was in the starting lineup as Örebro earned a 2-1 win over Kalmar. The team currently sit in fifth place in the standings with 39 points.


Matt Miazga started at center back as Vitesse's game with AZ Alkmaar ended in a 2-2 tie. They are currently in sixth place in the standings with 14 points.

Rubio Rubin watched from the bench as Utrecht sealed a 3-0 win over Go Ahead Eagles. The team are in 11th place in the standings with nine points.


Quentin Westberg watched from the bench as Tours' game with Orléans ended 0-0. TFC sit at the bottom of the Ligue 2 standings with seven points.


Caleb Stanko started and played 83 minutes as Vaduz earned a 2-0 win over St. Gallen. They sit in 11th place in the standings with 11 points.

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