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U-17 '89 MNT Draw South Korea 0-0, Move to Toyota Final


TOYOTA, Japan (August 13, 2005) - The U.S. Men's National Team advanced to the final of the Toyota International Championship this afternoon with a 0-0 draw with South Korea.

The U.S. finished atop Group B with four points and will take on Japan, winner of Group A, in the championship match on Sunday.

U.S. Under-17 '89 Men's National Team Match Report

Participants:  U.S. Under-17 ‘88s Men’s National Team vs. South Korea
Competition:  Toyota International Championship
Location:  Toyota, Japan
Date: Aug. 13, 2005
Weather: Humid, 95 degrees
Attendance: 100

Scoring Summary: 
             1st    2nd     Final
USA       0       0          0
KOR       0       0          0

Lineups:
USA: 18-Brian Perk; 8-Michael Stephens, 5-Greg Eckhart, 2-Mykell Bates, 3-Anthony Wallace; 16-Peri Marosevic, 7-Andrew Giallombardo, 13-Cameron Brown, 11-Joseph Sorrentino; 15-Josmer Altidore, 10-Edgar Barajas. 

KOR: n/a

Statistical Summary:
                              USA     KOR
Shots                      n/a        n/a 
Saves                 
Fouls  
Corner Kicks          
Offside                      

Misconduct Summary:
none

6th Toyota International Youth Football Championship
Standings/Results
Group A
Teams         W    L    T    Pts    GF    GA    GD
Japan           2     0    0     6       8        0       +8 
Russia          1     1    0     3       3        5        -2
Mexico         0     2    0     0       2         6       -4

Group B
Teams                      W     L     T      Pts     GF   GA    GD
USA                          1      0     1        4        2       1      +1
South Korea             0      0     2        2        3       3        0
Nagoya Grampus    0      1     1        1        4       5       -1  

Thursday, August 11
Japan 5, Russia 0
USA 2, Nagoya Grampus 1

Friday, August 12
Russia 3, Mexico 2
Nagoya Grampus 3, South Korea 3

Saturday, August 13
Japan 3, Mexico 0
USA 0, South Korea 0

Sunday, August 14
Nagoya Grampus vs. Mexico 
South Korea vs. Russia 
USA vs. Japan 

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