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U-17 '90 MNT Fall 1-0 to Chicago Fire


CHICAGO (February 9) – The U.S. Under-17 ’90 Men’s National Team held their own against a young Chicago Fire squad, but fell 1-0 at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.

The lone goal of the 50-minute match (two 25-minute halves) was scored by the Fire in the 34th minute. A minute later, the U.S. came inches from pulling even, but Alex Dixon’s drive from the top of the area hit the crossbar.

The U-17 ‘90s will next face D.C. United this Saturday, Feb. 11.

U.S. Under-17 '90 Men's National Team Match Report

Participants:  U.S. Under-17 ‘90s Men’s National Team vs. Chicago Fire
Competition:  Friendly
Location: Bradenton, Fla.
Date: Feb. 9, 2006
Weather: Warm, 70 degrees

Scoring Summary: 
                1st    2nd     Final
USA          0        0          0
CHI           0        1          1
* 25-minute halves

CHI – n/a (n/a)                  34th minute

Lineups:
USA: 18-Josh Lambo (33-Chris Miller, 36); 37-Brek Shea, 5-Ian Kalis (25-Tommy Meyer, 36), 21-Mykell Bates (2-Brandon Lee, 36), 22-Sheanon Williams (27-TJ Nelson, 36); 30-Matt Uy, 14-Jared Jeffrey (8-Danny Barerra, 36), 35-Abdus Ibrahim (28-Tevin Jackson, 36), 26-Axel Levry (12-David MacVane, 36); 39-Brian Dominguez (20-Brandon Tarr, 36), 31-Alex Dixon. 

CHI: n/a

Statistical Summary:
                              USA    CHI
Shots                      2          4
Saves                     3          0
Fouls                      0          2
Corner Kicks         7         10
Offside                   0           0

Misconduct Summary:
CHI – n/a   25th minute
CHI – n/a   35. 

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