Good outing for Kljestan and Anderlecht - penalty for him, and a MOTM performance, apparently.
Terrible celebration, though.
Found this on the MLS website, too:
Over in Norway, Mikkel Diskerud's third goal of the season got Stabæk back into the match at Fredrikstad, which they went on to win 2-1. Diskerud notched the game's only goal late in last season's FFK victory raid, and this time he completed a fine move to put his side on the board just past the hour.
To the south in Germany's 2.Bundesliga, Matt Taylor put in 68 quiet minutes in Paderborn's 3-0 defeat at Union Berlin.
Meanwhile, Edson Buddle worked seven mop-up minutes as Ingolstadt fell 4-1 at Fortuna Düsseldorf.
Finally, action in the opening night of the Dutch second division saw Helmond Sport midfielder Charles Kazlauskas go the distance in a 3-1 loss at former employers FC Oss.
EDIT: Good start for Jozy at AZ Alkmaar - scored on his debut, big win over PSV.
It was also the dawn of a new season for Saint-Étienne in Ligue 1, with Carlos Bocanegra sporting the armband in a 2-1 win at Bordeaux. With regular captain Loïc Perrin unavailable, the US skipper assumed the role, lining up at left back for the first time since May.
Over in the Swedish Allsvenskan, Alejandro Bedoya dropped back to fill in with strong 90 minutes in defensive midfield as Örebro routed Häcken 4-0. The visitors had come in with victories in four straight and six of seven, but the improving Örebro provided little hospitality. Bedoya & Co. have now won three in a row.
Next door in the Norwegian Tippeligaen, Josh Gatt and league leades Molde FK saw their five-game win streak halted in a hard-fought 3-1 defeat at defending champs Rosenborg. The American winger was most active after the break, but in the end, a dose of poor refereeing and some vacant defending doomed his side.
Across the sea in Denmark, Brøndby captain Clarence Goodson may be in some hot water with the league office for publicly terming the referee's performance “scandalous” after a 2-1 loss at Odense BK. His ire was drawn when just past the hour of a 1-1 game, center official Michael Svendsen sent Brøndby's Anders Randrup off with a controversial penalty call.
Michael Parkhurst was on his central defense game as FC Nordsjælland posted their first win of the young season, 2-1, over Silkeborg.
Finally, Brad Rusin and cellar dwellers HB Køge made a game effort of it but eventually succumbed to three goals over the final 27 minutes of a 4-2 loss to visiting champs FC Copenhagen.