WOOTEN SCORES TWO
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Wednesday, November 28, 2012
In the 2.Bundesliga, American forward Andrew Wooten scored two goals for Sandhausen in their 3-1 win over Energie Cottbus.

His first goal came on a penalty after Cottbus was called for a handball in the box.

Wooten grabed his second goal of the game after Sandhausen were awarded another penalty from a handball. Wooten's penalty was saved but he pounced on the rebound and scored the eventual winning goal.

The play leading to Wooten's first goal is at 1:55 of this clip.

The play leading to Wooten's second goal is at 3:05
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