Yanks on Foreign NTs [R]

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  1. BostonRed

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    Ariel Lassiter, son of USMNT's Roy Lassiter called up for Costa Rica:

     
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    And he scores:

     
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    Frantzdy Pierrot started for Haiti in 2-1 win:



    Keasel Broome starts for Barbados:


    And it sounds like Broome and fellow Yank Renato Punyed are going head-to-head:



    Ended 1-0 Nicaragua.
     
  21. BostonRed

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    Nicholas Hagen shut out Costa Rica in a friendly:

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    Allen Yanes also started for Guatemala.

    Ariel Lassiter came off the bench:

    0. Costa Rica: Keylor Navas; Ian Smith, Kendall Watson, Juan Pablo Vargas, Waylon Francis (m.63: Ariel Lassiter); Celso Borges, Allan Cruz, Jimmy Marín (m.46: Mayron George Clayton), Elías Aguilar (m.59: Bryan Ruiz), Randall Leal (m.46: Ronald Matarrita); Joel Campbell (m.80: Araya).
    Entrenador: Gustavo Matosas.

    As expected, a goalkeeper was the center of the spotlight on Friday night at the Doroteo Guamuch stadium. But the surprise is that it was not the Costa Rican goalkeeper of Real Madrid, Keylor Navas, but a 22-year-old Guatemalan, Nicholas Hagen, who shone on the court.

    Safe, agile, confident. Hagen covered three heads-up without hesitation to become the hero of the friendly that Guatemala won to Costa Rica 1-0. A victory that marked the surprise debut of the Guatemalan coach Amarini Villatoro and the second defeat to the thread of the Uruguayan Gustavo Matosas in front of the "Tricolor".

    It was the night of Hagen, which began the day that would remove doubts about the ownership of the Guatemalan bow.


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  22. BostonRed

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    But not in the final squad:

     
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    Everyone reads Arabic, right? Justin Meram starts... I think.



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    Player of the tournament.
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