YNT Dec 2, 2011
In case you missed Wednesday's games, or you just can't wait until this evening's contests, catch the highlights from the opening two matches of the 2011 Nike International Friendlies.
In the tournament opener, Brazil edged Turkey with an impressive solo effort from substitute Linik in the 64th minute.
The U.S. and France faced off in the second match with the U.S. taking the early advantage from a well-taken DeAndre Robinson near post blast. France, however, mounted a comeback and took the lead with a goal either side of halftime from Michael Araai and an unfortunate Tyler Turner, who deflected a cross into his own net. Fortunes turned for the young U.S. side, though, and Wesley Wade scored deep into stoppage to knot the contest at 2-2 and rescue a point.
Brazil stands atop the tournament standings with three points, with the U.S. and France just behind them on one point each. Turkey sits bottom with two matches left to go.