Aussies Abroad | Vidosic on the double

We wrap all the action from around the world as some of Australia's finest footballers play in some of the worlds top leagues.

We wrap all the action from around the world as some of Australia's finest footballers play in some of the worlds top leagues.

Socceroos attacker Dario Vidosic impressed in Switzerland as he scored a double for FC Sion in their 2-2 draw with Young Boys. Vidosic scored the opener on eight minutes and then got the leveller with ten minutes remaining as Sion moved into 7th.

In other Swiss Super League action Oliver Bozanic played a full match for FC Luzern as they claimed a 2-0 away win at FC Zurich.

Socceroos hero continues his stellar form in the MLS after scoring a late equaliser for his New York Red Bulls as they finished 2-2 with the New England Revolution.

Cahill scored seven minuted into added time to ensure that the Red Bulls secured a spot in the finals. Aussie teammate David Carney also played for the Red Bulls but a mistake from him led to one of the Revolution's goals.

Mile Jedinak-s Crystal Palace continue to struggle in the English Premier League going down 3-1 to table topping Liverpool. Back-up goalkeeper Brad Jones was again an unused substitute for the league leaders as Belgium-s Simon Mignolet continues to impress in the number one jersey.

In the English Championship Rhys Williams played the full complement for Middlesborough as they claimed a dominant 4-1 win over Yeovil Town to move into 15th.

In Germany Robbie Kruse came on late in Bayer Leverkusen-s home draw with giants Bayern Munich as the game ended 1-1 for Leverkusen to remain third while Mitch Langerak did not get on the park in Borussia Dortmund-s 2-0 away loss to Monchengladbach.

Jason Davidson played a full match for Heracles in their Dutch Erevidisie clash with NAC Breda but could not save his side from succumbing to a 2-1 defeat.

Club Brugge-s Mat Ryan continues to show why Holger Osieck has called him up for Australia-s upcoming friendlies with France and Canada after keeping another clean sheet as Brugge secured a 1-0 win over OH Levuven in Belgium-s top division.

In the Scottish Premiership Jackson Irvine had a late cameo as Kilmarnock lost away 1-0 to Dundee Unied while Dylan McGowan came off just after the hour mark for Hearts as his side also lost going down 2-0 to St. Mirren.

Turning to Asia and Josh Kennedy got Nagoya Grampus-s only goal against Shonan Bellmare giving them the lead on 75 minutes but Nagoya could not hold on as the match ended 1-1.

In other J-League action Lucas Neill was sent off after 9 minutes as the Socceroos captain-s team succumbed to a 4-0 defeat to Urawa Re Diamonds.

In the Chinese Super League Joel Griffiths played in Qingdao Jonoon-s scoreless draw against Wuhan Zail while Erik Paartulu-s Tianjin Teda knocked off Daniel Mullen-s Dalian Aerbin 2-0 as they both played full matches.

Returning to the Central Coast Mariners at the end of the month, last season-s Hyundai A-League golden boot winner Daniel McBreen played a full match for Shanghai SIPG as they lost at home to Michael Marrone-s Shanghai Shenxin 1-0.