U.S. U-18 MNT Fall, 1-0, to Portugal in Final Lisbon Tournament Match
LISBON, Portugal (June 11, 2006) – The U.S. Under-18 Men’s National Team fell, 1-0, to tournament host Portugal on Sunday, June 11, in the last match of the 2006 Lisbon International Tournament.
The U.S. finished the three-team tournament with a 0-1-2 recording, drawing against Sweden Norway earlier in the week.
The U.S. U-18s were unable to get a goal against a solid Portuguese team, and played with a man less for the final 12 minutes of the match when Cameron Brown was sent off in the 78th minute, just two minutes after coming in as a substitute for Josmer Altidore.
Participants: USA vs. Portugal
Competition: Lisbon International Tournament
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Date: June 11, 2006
Weather: Warm, 85 degrees
Scoring Summary: 1 2 F
USA 0 0 0
Portugal 1 0 1
POR – Joao Monteiro (unassisted) 9th minute.
USA: 1-Brian Perk; 4-Greg Eckhardt, 12-C. Givens, 16-Kyle Davies, 23-Anthony Wallace (15-Daniel Kelly, 34); 11-Michael Stephens, 17-Corben Bone, 7-John Tardy (9-Perica Marsoevic, 34), 3-Bryan Arguez; 22-Josmer Altidore (20-Cameron Brown, 76), 8-Jonathan Villanueva
Head Coach: Bob Jenkins
POR: 1-Rui Patricio; 2-Andre Santos, 3-Miguel Granja, 4-Daniel Carrico, 5-Carlos Alves; 6-Joao Martins (8-Andre Castro, 46), 10-Rui Pedro (11-Tiago Pinto, 90), 15-Andre Pires; 7-Jorge Monteiro, 9-Candeias (17-Lino Goncalves, 69), 16-Marcelo Santiago (14-Pedro Ribeiro, 80).
Statistical Summary: USA POR
Shots 11 15
Shots on Goal 6 9
Saves 8 5
Corner Kicks 6 7
Fouls 13 7
Offside 4 1
Josmer Altidore (caution) 32nd minute.
Andre Castro (caution) 63.
Cameron Brown (sent off) 78.
Referee: Svein Oddvar Moen
Asst. Referee: Peter Vesterholm
Asst. Referee: Jose Lima
4th Official: Sven-Martin Akesson