U-17 '90s Fall to D.C. United
CHICAGO (February 11) – The U.S. Under-17 ’90 Men’s National Team fell 6-0 to an experienced D.C. United team this afternoon at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla.
Jaime Moreno scored the opening goal in the 18th minute, before Lucio Filomeno buried twice in the first half and Rod Dyachenko, Jeff Carroll and Andy Metcalf all tallied in the second half.
The U.S. had seven shots in the game, but couldn’t find the back of the net.
While the majority of the players for the U.S. were ‘90s, a few ‘89s come on in reserve in the second half.
U.S. Under-17 '90 Men's National Team Match Report
Participants: U.S. Under-17 ‘90s Men’s National Team vs. D.C. United
Location: Bradenton, Fla.
Date: Feb. 11, 2006
Weather: Warm, 70 degrees
1st 2nd Final
USA 0 0 0
DC 0 1 1
DC – Jaime Moreno 18th minute
DC – Lucio Filomeno (Justin Moose) 24.
DC – Lucio Filomeno (Christian Gomez) 28.
DC – Rod Dyachenko (Nick Van Sicklen) 64.
DC – Jeff Carroll (Rod Dyachenko) 75.
DC – Andy Metcalf (Rod Dyachenko) 76.
USA: 1-Brian Perk (24-Brandyn Bumpas, 46); 5-Ian Kalis, 16-Kyle Davies (6-Anthony Wallace, 46), 21-Mykell Bates, 34-Brandon Zimmerman; 35-Abdus Ibrahim, 38-Jesse Paredes (9-Josmer Altidore, 46), 7-Danny Wenzel (33-Archie Karpeh, 46), 32-Temi Molinar (17-Jeremy Hall, 56); 36-Dersu Abolfathi (13-Joey Sorrentino, 56), 8-Danny Barerra.
DC: 18-Troy Perkins (1-Nick Rimando, 30 ; 30-Andrew Webber, 62); 12-John Wilson (21-Stephen DeRoux, 46), 4-Brandon Prideaux (3-Kenney Bertz, 46 ; 27-Facundo Erpen, 75), 26-Brian Namoff (29-Devon McTavish, 46); 17-Josh Gros (22-Joey Worthen, 46), 10-Christian Gomez (15-Jeff Carroll, 46), 19-Clyde Simms (24-Shawn Kuydendall, 46), 8-Justin Moose (6-Nick Van Sicklen, 46), 9-Freddy Adu (28-Rod Dyachenko, 46); 7-Lucio Filomeno (20-Jamil Walker, 46 ; 5-Andy Metcalf, 75), 99-Jaime Moreno (23-Matt Nickell, 46).
Shots 7 15
Saves 7 2
Fouls 8 20
Corner Kicks 1 4
Offside 0 3
DC – Lucio Filomeno (caution) 10th minute
DC – Josh Gros (caution) 25.
DC – Joey Worthn (caution) 56.
DC – Rod Dyachenko (caution) 61.
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