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San Lorenzo
Auckland City
2
1
AET
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Liverpool
1
3
FT
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Newcastle United
4
0
FT
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Real Oviedo
2
0
FT
Leg 2Aggregate: 2 - 0
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AC Ajaccio
Paris Saint-Germain
1
3
FT
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Borussia Dortmund
VfL Wolfsburg
2
2
FT
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Thailand
Malaysia
2
0
FT
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Western Sydney Wanderers
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(4) 2
FT
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Arbroath

East StirlingshireEast Stirlingshire
ArbroathArbroath
2
3
FT
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ArbroathArbroath
Annan AthleticAnnan Athletic
3
2
FT
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Elgin CityElgin City
ArbroathArbroath
1
1
FT
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Boness UtdBoness Utd
ArbroathArbroath
0
5
FT
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ArbroathArbroath
ClydeClyde
4
0
FT
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Albion RoversAlbion Rovers
ArbroathArbroath
2
1
FT
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ArbroathArbroath
Queen's ParkQueen's Park
1
2
FT
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ArbroathArbroath
Nairn CountyNairn County
2
1
FT
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MontroseMontrose
ArbroathArbroath
1
5
FT
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Annan AthleticAnnan Athletic
ArbroathArbroath
0
1
FT
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ArbroathArbroath
East StirlingshireEast Stirlingshire
4
0
FT
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ArbroathArbroath
East FifeEast Fife
0
2
FT
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ArbroathArbroath
MontroseMontrose
3
1
FT
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Queen's ParkQueen's Park
ArbroathArbroath
0
2
FT
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ArbroathArbroath
Albion RoversAlbion Rovers
1
0
FT
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Berwick RangersBerwick Rangers
ArbroathArbroath
1
2
FT
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Hamilton Academical Hamilton Academical
ArbroathArbroath
2
1
FT
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ArbroathArbroath
Alloa AthleticAlloa Athletic
1
4
FT
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McManus at the double in win

East StirlingshireEast Stirlingshire
ArbroathArbroath
2
3
FT
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Paul McManus bagged a brace as league leaders Arbroath saw off a spirited East Stirling 3-2 at Ochilview Park.

The visitors took the lead after 20 minutes when Simon Murray fired in a neat finish from a tight angle.

The Shire came close to an immediate equaliser but Marc McCallum produced a fine save to push Conor Greene's header over the crossbar.

But they did draw level 10 minutes after the restart when David McKenna prodded home following some good work by Martin Shield.

Neil McCabe fired the hosts...

Arbroath survive Annan rally

ArbroathArbroath
Annan AthleticAnnan Athletic
3
2
FT
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Arbroath maintained their three-point lead at the top of the table but were made to sweat in a 3-2 win against Annan.

Two goals in three second-half minutes from Jack Smith and Dylan Carreiro added to Robert Linn's opener and appeared to make the game safe but the visitors rallied late on.

Linn opened the scoring in the 15th minute when his cross-cum-shot sailed straight over Alex Mitchell.

Eleven minutes into the second half Smith took advantage of Steven Black's misjudgement of a long ball to slot...

Gunn fires Elgin to point

Elgin CityElgin City
ArbroathArbroath
1
1
FT
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Rock-bottom Elgin came from behind to sentence table-topping Arbroath to their first draw of the entire campaign as the sides played out a 1-1 stalemate.

Things looked rosy for the leaders when Simon Murray struck once more.

Murray, who had scored five goals in his last two games and hit a hat-trick on Saturday, picked up where he left off with a 33rd-minute strike after being teed up by Adam Hunter.

Just a minute late the hosts should have been level only for Graeme Beveridge's right-footed effort...

Murray trebles inspires Arbroath

Boness UtdBoness Utd
ArbroathArbroath
0
5
FT
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Simon Murray grabbed a hat-trick as Arbroath ended Boness United's cup dream with an emphatic 5-0 win.

The East Region Junior side held out for 28 minutes before Murray's close-range finish broke the deadlock.

And the League Two leaders waited until the 68th minute to grab four goals in just eight minutes to add some gloss to the scoreline.

First Paul McManus netted from six yards out and seconds later Murray grabbed his second after being teed up by Kevin Nicoll.

Murray then grabbed his third of the...

Arbroath maintain promotion charge

ArbroathArbroath
ClydeClyde
4
0
FT
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Leaders Arbroath maintained their promotion push as they thrashed Clyde 4-0 at Gayfield Park.

Paul McManus gave them an early lead from the penalty spot after 16 minutes before Simon Murray fired home a second moments afterwards.

The visitors struggled to recover from the quick-fire double and only Stephen O'Donnell could offer a reply, firing wide from distance.

Victory was all but ensured three minutes before the break when Robert Linn added a third with a fine strike into the top corner.

And Murray...