Riley McGree scored his first goal for new club Middlesbrough in a 1-1 draw away to Swansea City as they chase promotion from the English Championship.
McGree rifled in the opening goal with the aid of a deflection from outside the box after Swansea turned the ball over in the 46th minute.
The Australian played a full game and earned a 8/10 rating from the Evening Gazette who wrote: “A persistent and dogged display.
“As well as scoring a goal after nipping in and winning the ball in the Swansea half, he created three Boro chances through doing the exact same thing too.”
Bailey Wright played a full game and earned a 7/10 rating as Sunderland move into the playoffs spots in League One with a 5-1 home win over Cambridge United.
The Chronicle wrote: “Solid on the right side of the back three.” Jack Iredale put in a full shift for Cambridge.
Sunderland’s rise came at the expense of Massimo Luongo‘s Sheffield Wednesday who lost 1-0 at Wycombe.
Luongo played a full game and earned a 5/10 rating from Yorkshire Live who wrote: “Covered plenty of ground in the centre but could have used the ball better. Dragged a first half effort wide.”
In the AFC Champions League, Martin Boyle netted a 93rd minute equalizer as Al Faisaly drew 1-1 with Al Wehdat. Boyle fired home a low volley at the back post with the last kick of the game to earn the draw.
Shane Lowry played a full game for Johor Darul Ta’zim as they lost 5-0 to Kawasaki Frontale, while Bradden Inman was a 71st minute sub as Mumbai City lost 6-0 to Al Shabab.
Ajdin Hrustic was a 67th minute substitute as Eintracht Frankfurt drew 2-2 with Hoffenheim in the German Bundesliga on Saturday.
Tom Rogic was a 64th minute substitute as Celtic won 2-0 at Ross County in the Scottish Premiership on Sunday.
Nathaniel Atkinson put in a full shift while Cameron Devlin was an unused sub as Hearts won 3-2 at Dundee United on Sunday.
Dylan McGowan was on the bench as Kilmarnock clinched promotion to the top flight with a 2-1 home win over Arbroath.
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