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Discussion in 'Youth National Teams' started by JG, Jul 15, 2005.
We lost 4-3:
Starting lineup for this game according to photo galery in the above link (Fotos da Seleção Sub-17 e Comissão Técnica )
At least we got 3.
At least Kirk played.
Game described as "end-to-end, exciting, and very well played by both teams."
URUGUAY: Mauro Goicochea, Gary Kagelmacher (66’ Michael Acosta), Alejandro González (77’ Alvaro Arias), Martín Díaz, Diego Arismendi, Cristian Paz (56’ Marcelo González), Marcel Román, Damián Suárez, Gerardo Vonder Putten (77’ Enzo Scorza), Santiago Alvarez y Emiliano Alfaro (86’ Maximiliano Flores). Director técnico: Gustavo Ferrín.
ESTADOS UNIDOS: Bryant Rueckner, Kevin Alston (46’ Michael Balogun), Erick Lichaj, Ofori Sarkodie, Carlos Borja (65’ Jeremy Hall), Quavas Kirk, Kyle Nakazawa, Blake Wagner (85’ Nik Besagno), Ryan Soroka (46’ Amaechi Igwe), David Arvizu y Dan Kelly (30’ Preston Zimmerman). Director técnico: John Hackworth.
GOLES: 3' Santiago Alvarez (U), 44’ Emiliano Alfaro (U), 48’ Blake Wagner (EU), 55’ Damián Suárez (U), 70’ Kyle Nakazawa (EU), 76’ Emiliano Alfaro (U), 79’ David Arvizu (EU).
Also, the U-17 draw is today. Top seeds are Brazil, Uruguay, Peru (host), and Turkey (European champs).
We managed to get a 3-3 draw in the final game against the Federacao Gaucha. There weren't any details in the newspaper report. Brazil crushed Uruguay 6-2 in the late game.
1º Brasil 9 3 13 100,0
2º Seleção Gaúcha 4 1 -4 44,4
3º Uruguai 3 1 -5 33,3
4º Estados Unidos 1 0 -4 11,1
US Soccer reported that we lost the final game 3-0. Which one is the right result?
It was a 3-3 tie with the US giving up two goals in the last 8 minutes. They had been up 3-1.
Thanks, US Soccer also just fixed the result.
what region is gaucha?
I think Selecao Gaucha is team of Ronaldinho's nephews ... in other words, this is a respectable score.