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Agudelo Plays Full Ninety

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Juan Agudelo played in the entirety of FC Utrecht's 2-2 draw away at relegation rivals NEC Nijmegen.

 

Utrecht threw away their half-time advantage after Dave Bulthuis and Jens Toornstra had given the Dutch outfit a 2-1 lead.

 

Nijmegen pegged back to earn a valuable point, whilst on-loan Potter Agudelo picked up a yellow card late into second half stoppage time.

 

Utrecht sit in 14th place in the Eredivisie, two places above the bottom three and holding a five point advantage.


Jack Butland played the full ninety minutes as Leeds United slipped to their third successive defeat away at high-flying Burnley.

 

 

United had taken the lead inside the opening half-hour through Ross McCormack, before Jason Pearce and Scott Arfield helped the Clarets secure all three points in a 2-1 win.

 

The game would have seen two Potters go head-to-head with Michael Kightly impressing in recent weeks for Burnley. However, the on-loan Stoke man was an unused substitute for Sean Dyche's side.

 

Butland is yet to be on the winning side in five appearances for Leeds, as the Yorkshire outfit sit 14th in the Championship.

 

Meanwhile, Burnley opened up a ten point gap over third placed Derby County as the race for automatic promotion heats up with ten games remaining.

 

Jamie Ness was an unused substitute as Leyton Orient slipped to a 1-0 top of the table defeat at home to Brentford.

 

The Orient express looks to have derailed as Russell Slade's side sit third in League One, two points behind second placed Brentford, having played two games more than the Bees.

 

Cameron Jerome came on as a second half substitute as Crystal Palace played out a 0-0 draw with Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.

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