Aussies Abroad: Jones, Langerak claim clean sheets

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The two Australian gloveman produce impressive displays with Feyenoord's custodian continuing his brilliant season in the Netherlands

Australian goalkeeper Brad Jones enjoyed another massive win in the Eredivisie, while Mitch Langerak also kept a clean sheet for his German club.

Jones' Feyenoord crushed NEC Nijmegen 4-0 on Sunday, with the experienced ex-Socceroos gloveman playing the full 90 minutes as the Rotterdam-based club maintained their five-point gap over Ajax at the top of the Dutch top flight.


Ironically, Jones revitalised his career with an impressive stint at NEC last season, which prompted Feyenoord to sign the 34-year-old, who has played all but one league match this campaign.

In Germany's 2. Bundesliga, Langerak was between the sticks for Stuttgart as they came away with a vital 1-0 win at St Pauli.

Langerak kept another clean sheet for Stuttgart, as they went level with Eintracht Braunschweig at the top of the division as they chase promotion back to Germany's top flight.

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In the Turkish Super League, Aziz Behich played another full match as his Bursaspor side lost 1-0 at leaders Istanbul Basaksehir.



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