U-17 '90 MNT Draw, 1-1, with U-21 T&T MNT
The U.S. Under-17 '90 Men's National Team got a late goal from Sheanon Williams to pull out a 1-1 draw against the much older Under-21 Trinidad & Tobago Men's National Team in Bradenton, Fla.
Feb. 22, 2006
BRADENTON, Fla. (Feb. 22, 2006) - The U.S. Under-17 '90 Men's National Team got a late goal from Sheanon Williams to pull out a 1-1 draw against the much older Under-21 Trinidad & Tobago Men's National Team in Bradenton, Fla. The U.S. players were five years younger than the Trinidad players that were born in 1985.
After a scoreless first half, the U.S. fell behind when T&T was able to beat Chris Miller in the 70th minute. A U.S. defender's clearance of a low cross from the right side of the penalty box fell directly to a T&T player and he buried his shot from 12 yards out into the left side of the goal.
Williams found the equalizer with five minutes remaining, putting away a service from Matt Uy. Uy had the ball on the left flank and with a deft touch, flicked the ball over a defender allowing Williams to streak in and blast a shot past the T&T 'keeper. The finish was Williams' first-ever international goal with the U-17s.
A number of the Trinidad players were members of the recent Under-20 team.
U.S. Under-17 '90 Men's National Team Match Report
Participants: U.S. Under-17 ‘90s Men’s National Team vs. Trinidad & Tobago U-20 MNT
Location: Bradenton, Fla.
Date: Feb. 22, 2006
Weather: Warm, 75 degrees
1st 2nd Final
USA 0 1 1
TRI 0 1 1
TRI – n/a 70th minute
USA – Sheanon Williams (Matt Uy) 85.
USA: 1-Josh Lambo (18-Chris Miller, 46); 4-Mykell Bates, 5-Ian Kalis, 6-Brek Shea (3-Tommy Meyer, 79), 11-TJ Nelson (2-Brandon Lee, 70); 7-Danny Wenzel (8-Danny Barerra, 83), 13-Matt Uy, 14-Jared Jeffrey, 19-Kirk Urso (17-Tevin Jackson, 70); 9-Sheanon Williams, 20-Bryan Dominguez (12-Alex Dixon, 60).
Shots 8 17
Saves 3 3
Fouls 7 6
Corner Kicks 13 18
Offside 4 0
USA – Matt Uy (caution) 14th minute
USA – Brek Shea (caution) 44.
TRI – n/a (caution) 45.
USA – Jared Jeffrey (caution) 48.
TRI – n/a (caution) 82.
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