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USA Clinches FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup Berth With Penalty Kick Win vs. El Salvador

PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico (May 18, 2019) – The U.S. Beach Soccer National Team clinched a berth at the 2019 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup with a dramatic, penalty kick win over El Salvador after the teams drew 3-3 through three periods and added extra time. The win also advanced the USA to the 2019 Concacaf Beach Soccer Championship title match on Sunday, May 19 against Mexico, which defeated Panama 3-0 in the other semifinal. This is the fifth time the USA has qualified for the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup and first since 2013.

For the second consecutive game, the USA conceded the opening goal when El Salvador’s Exon Perdomo put away a hard shot after picking up a loose ball some 15 yards from goal. El Salvador nearly doubled the lead 10 minutes in when a shot hit the crossbar but landed and stuck on the goal line. With the opening period clock running out, Nick Perera drew a foul some twelve yards out and put away the shot in the upper 90 to draw even.

USA goalkeeper Chris Toth was put under heavy pressure in the second but time again he came through, including diving saves on two bikes and a point-blank scissors attempt. El Salvador finally broke through in the last minute of the second period when Perdomo ripped a shot past Toth.

WATCH: Highlights of the USA's World Cup Clinching Win vs. El Salvador

And there was little Toth could do when Perdomo hit a fantastic bike off a long pass to put El Salvador up by two goals midway through the third period. However, the USA reacted quickly, with Toth ripping a 25-yard shot at goal that Alessandro Canale redirected in front of the ‘keeper to cut the deficit back to one.

With one minute and twenty seconds remaining, David Mondragon caught El Salvador napping with a quick throw-in from the far sideline, finding Adriano dos Santos inside the box. Dos Santos deftly headed the ball over the on-rushing ‘keeper and the stadium watched as the ball seemed to slowly trickle in to tie the match.

After a scoreless overtime the USA scored on all five penalty kick attempts before El Salvador’s Elmer Robles hit his kick over, setting the stage for the USA to celebrate the return to the FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup.

Up Next: The USA will play Mexico for the 2019 Concacaf Beach Soccer Championship on Sunday, May 19 at 4:45 p.m. ET. Fans can watch the game live on UDN, Concacaf’s Facebook page and the ConcacafGo app, and follow on Twitter at @ussoccer or Instagram at @ussoccer_beach.

NOTES:

  • The USA has now qualified for five of the soon to be 10 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cups: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2013, 2019, trailing only Mexico which has qualified for six including 2019.
  • The last time both the USA and Mexico qualified from Concacaf was in 2007.
  • Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay (host), Nigeria, Senegal, Japan, Oman, and United Arab Emirates have also qualified for the 16-nation World Cup field. Oceania’s lone berth will be known in June and Europe will round out the field by determining the final five entries from a tournament in July in Russia.
  • Nick Perera, Jason Leopoldo, Ryan Futagaki and Chris Toth were also on the 2013 Concacaf Championship team that last qualified.
  • This was the fifth meeting between the USA and El Salvador in this competition, and the first in the elimination round since the USA defeated El Salvador 5-4 in added extra time on a goal by Nick Perera to claim its last Concacaf Beach Soccer title. The teams also split group round matches and El Salvador won the third-place game in 2017.
  • Nick Parera scored his 11th goal of the tournament, tying his personal and USA single-cycle World Cup Qualifying record set in 2013. He is tied with teammate Tanner Akol for most goals in this tournament.
  • With 34 goals the USA is the top scoring team at this tournament, and the nine goals conceded in five games is the fewest.
  • Alessandro Canale scored his third goal and Adriano dos Santos his second in this tournament.
  • The USA and Mexico meet for the first time in this tournament since the 2015 semifinals, when Mexico edged the USA 4-3 in San Salvador, El Salvador.
  • The USA defeated Mexico in the group stage of the first three World Cup Qualifying tournaments – 2005 (7-2), 2006 (7-6) and 2007 (5-4) – before losing in 2008 (1-2). Mexico also defeated the USA in the 2009 third-place match and 2010 semifinals.


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First Night of Second Round Delivers First Major Cupset of 2019 U.S. Open Cup

CHICAGO (May 14, 2019) – The first major cupset of the 2019 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, U.S. Soccer’s national championship, was achieved by Open Division amateurs Florida Soccer Soldiers who beat Division II (USL Championship) professionals Charlotte Independence in a penalty shootout.

Soccer Soldiers, out of Miami Beach, already took down former NASL pros Miami FC in the First Round and will face the winner of North Carolina FC (USL Championship) or Richmond Kickers (USL League One) in the Third Round.

Despite valiant efforts from a host of Open Division sides on the night, Soccer Soldiers were the only amateurs to advance on the opening night of the Second Round as USL Championship sides won the eight other matches of the evening.

In the Northeast Region, Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC exploded in the second half for a 3-0 win vs. Dayton Dutch Lions, while tournament debutants, Hartford Athletic recorded their first Open Cup win as a club with a 2-1 win against New York Cosmos B.

Down the coast in the Southeast Region, Tampa Bay Rowdies dispatched amateurs The Villages 4-1, while Nashville SC scraped by USL League Two amateurs South Georgia Tormenta FC 2 by a 3-2 scoreline. And in the Central Region, Austin Bold FC and San Antonio FC grabbed 2-0 wins, while OKC Energy also won by a two-goal margin 3-1 against 2018 giant-killers NTX Rayados.

Out West in perhaps the most anticipated match of the opening night of the Second Round, Las Vegas Lights FC and manager Eric Wynalda defeated amateur side Cal FC, who he guided on an epic run in the 2012 edition of America’s longest-running soccer competition.

The magic of the U.S. Open Cup continues in the last week of May when the 22 Second Round winners face off on May 29 for the right to face Division I (Major League Soccer) clubs when they enter the tournament in the Fourth Round on June 11-12. U.S. Soccer will conduct the draw to determine the Fourth Round match-ups on Thursday, May 30. All the U.S. Open Cup Third and Fourth Round games will be available to watch live on ESPN+.

SECOND ROUND RECAPS :
Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC (USL Championship) 3, Dayton Dutch Lions (USL League Two) 0
Forward Neco Brett struck twice within a 12-minute span to power the Pittsburgh Riverhounds to a 3-0 victory over the Dayton Dutch Lions at Highmark Stadium in Pittsburgh, Pa. Brett gave the Riverhounds all the scoring they needed as he converted a 57th-minute penalty kick after he was taken down in the box. In the 69th minute, Brett fired in a shot from atop the right side of the penalty area after a brilliant run from the midfield into the box by Anthony Velarde for a 2-0 advantage. Velarde gave Pittsburgh some more breathing room with the final goal in second-half stoppage time. Goalkeeper Austin Pack recorded the clean sheet. The Riverhounds will welcome the winner of the game between Indy Eleven (USL Championship) and Lansing Ignite FC (USL League One) in a Third Round match at Highmark Stadium in Pittsburgh, Pa. on May 29.

Hartford Athletic (USL Championship) 2, New York Cosmos B (NPSL) 1
Hartford Athletic survived a second-half surge by New York Cosmos B (National Premier Soccer League) and eight minutes of stoppage time to register its first win of the year, a 2-1 triumph at Al-Marzook Field at the University of Hartford on Tuesday night. Hartford (0-9-1) entered the game in last place in the 18-team Eastern Conference of the USL Championship. The hosts drew first blood in the 16th minute as right back Harry Swartz tallied his first professional goal, slotting home a left-wing feed from atop the right side of the penalty area past goalkeeper Santiago Castano. After Cosmos forward Aaron Dennis was awarded a yellow card for fouling Raymond Lee, Hartford doubled its lead in the 25th minute when Mads Jorgensen sent a one-bouncer off a free kick to the near post around a two-man wall for a 2-0 margin. Cosmos B came out with much more energy in the second half. The visitors were rewarded in the 57th minute when striker Bledi Bardic, who connected for the game-winning goal in the 2-1 First Round win against Black Rock FC last week, connected on a highlight reel goal as he drilled a 35-yard shot into the upper 90 in the right corner past goalkeeper Jacob Lissek. Lissek endured a busy final half and injury time, but he and his teammates managed to stave off Cosmos B. Hartford will play its Third Round match away, against the winner of Wednesday night's Second Round encounter between Memphis 901 FC (USL Championship) and New York Red Bulls U-23s (USL League Two) on May 29.

Charlotte Independence (USL Championship) 1, Florida Soccer Soldiers (Fla.) 1, 2-2 AET (4-5 PKs)
In a game that had just about everything, the Florida Soccer Soldiers of the amateur United Premier Soccer League pulled off the biggest Cupset of the 2019 U.S. Open Cup with a stunning comeback performance against Division II pros Charlotte Independence at the Mecklenburg County Sportsplex in Matthews, N.C. On the brink of elimination in the second extra-time period while playing a man down, the Soccer Soldiers managed to equalize at 2-2 on a 119th-minute goal by Valentin Sabella after a Charlotte mistake. The visitors then prevailed in the shootout, 5-4. After Sabella converted the go-ahead penalty kick, goalkeeper Bryan Martin, who scored on Florida's first penalty, saved Charlotte captain Enzo Martinez's attempt to cap the stunning result. That made two major surprises in a week for the Soccer Soldiers, who knocked off Miami FC (National Premier Soccer League) in the opening round.

The game was a wild and wooly affair as 12 yellow cards, eight on Florida, were handed out. The visitors were forced to play the extra-time period a man down after Antonioni Gonzalez was given his marching orders for his second yellow card of the game. Hugh Roberts gave the Independence a 31st-minute edge, but Adolfo Suazo knotted things up for Florida in the 78th minute. Two minutes into extra-time and Charlotte with a man advantage, former MLS forward Dominic Oduro gave the hosts the lead yet again but they couldn't hold it. Sabella stole a back-pass, went around goalkeeper Curtis Anderson and waited for defenders to make their move before depositing the ball into the net from close range. The Soccer Soldiers will hit the road again in the Third Round where they will meet the North Carolina FC (USL Championship)-Richmond Kickers (USL League One) winner on May 29.

Tampa Bay Rowdies (USL Championship) 4, The Villages SC (USL League Two) 1
Zack Steinberger scored one goal and assisted on two others to lead the Tampa Bay Rowdies to a 4-1 victory over The Village SC at Al Lang Stadium in St. Petersburg, Fla. Tampa Bay, which set a modern era club record with its 11th consecutive game unbeaten, struck twice within a two-minute span just before halftime to take control of the match. Steinberger got the hosts going in the 43rd minute as Mohamed Kone headed home his cross past goalkeeper Jerfesson Rodrigues Santana. Barely two minutes later, Steinberger celebrated a goal of his own off an Antoine Hoppenot feed. Steinberger turned playmaker again in the 62nd minute as Brandon Allen scored off his second assist for a commanding 3-0 edge. Vandyke Gyau averted a shutout for The Villages SC by finding the net in the 89th minute past goalkeeper Christopher Konopka. Leon Taylor restored the three-goal lead in second-half injury time. Rowdies Academy product Robbie Soronellas made his debut with the first team, coming on for David Najem at halftime. The Rowdies will visit OKC Energy (USL Championship) in a Third Round encounter at John Crain Field (Univ. of Oklahoma) in Norman, Okla. on May 29 at 8:30 p.m. ET.

Nashville SC 3 (USL Championship), South Georgia Tormenta FC 2 (USL League Two) 2
It was a Winn-win situation for Nashville SC, who defeated South Georgia Tormenta 2, 3-2, at Dean A. Hayes Track and Soccer Stadium on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tenn. Alan Winn scored one goal and set up two others. Ropapa Mensah and Cameron Lancaster also found the net for the winning side. The hosts struck first in the eighth minute as Mensah, off a Winn feed, slid the ball past the goalkeeper. They doubled their lead in the 32nd minute as Winn scored off a long lob pass from Bolu Akinyode. South Georgia, however, wouldn't go gently into the Tennessee night. Adrian Billhardt took advantage of a miscommunication and beat goalkeeper Connor Sparrow to slice the lead in half three minutes into the second period. Nashville restored their two-goal lead in the 52nd minute behind Lancaster's clinical finish off Winn's cross. That goal was needed because James Meehan scored off a header in the 68th minute to give the pros a scare over the final 20 minutes. Nashville will play the winner of Wednesday night’s match between Charleston Battery and Greenville Triumph SC in the Third Round at Hayes Stadium on May 29 at 8:30 p.m. ET.

OKC Energy (USL Championship) 3, NTX Rayados (Texas) 1
Christian Eissele and former Jamaican international Je-Vaughn Watson converted penalty kicks in the waning moments to snap a 1-1 deadlock as OKC Energy registered a 3-1 win over NTX Rayados at John Craig Soccer Field on the University of Oklahoma campus in Norman, Okla. Eissele drilled a left-footed shot home from the penalty spot to lift OKC into a 2-1 lead in the 81st minute after Amer Sasivarevic was fouled in the box. Watson then sealed the deal with a penalty of his own after Owayne Gordon was taken down in the area in second-half stoppage time. After a scoreless first half, Sasivarevic headed in an Alexy Bosetti corner kick to give the hosts a 1-0 lead. NTX, however, tied things up on a Christian Okeke goal in the 62nd minute. OKC will host the Tampa Bay Rowdies in Norman, Okla. in a Third Round match on May 29.

Austin Bold FC (USL Championship) 2, Tulsa Roughnecks FC (USL Championship) 0
In a confrontation of USL Championship teams, Austin Bold FC gave its supporters plenty to cheer and celebrate as it scored goals on either side of halftime en route to a 2-0 victory over Tulsa Roughnecks FC at Bold Stadium in Del Valle, Texas. Sonny Guadarrama took advantage of an error by the Tulsa defense to find the net in the 31st minute. Sean McFarlane, Jr.'s right-wing feed set up Andre Lime's insurance tally in the 74th minute. The celebration was just as entertaining as the goal. Lime got down on his knee and shined McFarlane's boots with an imaginary cloth. Austin will welcome San Antonio FC (USL Championship) in the Third Round at Bold Stadium in Del Valle, Texas on May 29 at 8:30 p.m. ET.

San Antonio FC (USL Championship) 2, Laredo Heat SC (NPSL) 0
A pair of first-half goals off corner kicks carried San Antonio FC over Laredo Heat SC (National Premier Soccer League), 2-0, at Toyota Field in San Antonio, Texas. Pascal Eboussi buried a header off a Jack Barmby corner to lift the hosts into the lead in the 17th minute. Ever Guzman added an insurance tally in the 41st minute. Walter Restrepo took a short corner and shuffled the ball to Barmby. Barmby then fed Guzman from point-blank range and he fired a shot that hit the bottom of the crossbar before bouncing into the goal. Goalkeeper Jonathan Viscosi recorded the clean sheet. A few San Antonio players made their professional debuts, including 15-year-old Leo Torres, a San Antonio Pro Academy product, coming on as a substitute for Billy Forbes in the 76th minute. In a clash of USL Championship sides, San Antonio will visit Austin Bold FC in the Third Round at Bold Stadium in Del Valle, Texas on May 29 at 8:30 p.m. ET.

Las Vegas Lights (USL Championship) 2, CAL FC (Calif.) 0
In a hotly anticipated contest, current Las Vegas Lights coach Eric Wynalda was up against the amateur club he led on a famous giant-killing run in the 2012 Open Cup (beating Portland Timbers of MLS before going out to the Seattle Sounders). The first half was a tense and even affair. But despite the fact that Cal FC were the slightly better team over those 45 minutes, the Lights got the all-important go-ahead goal. Veteran striker Sammy Ochoa finished off a sweeping team move with a header from close range in the 13th minute to give the home side a lead at the interval. The introduction of Pablo Cruz – a former Cal FC player – turned the second half, and the game as a whole, more toward the Lights. He swerved around the left side in the 50th minute and crossed low for Victor Rojas to score. With the result pretty much sealed at 2-0, a pair of late red cards couldn’t sour what was a gripping game of Open Cup soccer. Wynalda’s Lights now move on to play the Orange County FC vs. Orange County SC winner on May 29.

Second Round Schedule/Results

Northeast Region

Date

Game (home team listed first)

Result/Time

Venue

May 14

Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC (USLC) vs. Dayton Dutch Lions (USLL2)

3-0

Highmark Stadium; Pittsburgh, Pa.

May 14

Hartford Athletic (USLC) vs. New York Cosmos B (NPSL)

2-1

Al-Marzook Field (Univ. of Hartford); Hartford, Conn.

May 15

Indy Eleven (USLC) vs. Lansing Ignite FC (USLL1)

7 p.m. ET

Sellick Bowl (Butler Univ.); Indianapolis, Ind.

May 15

North Carolina FC (USLC) vs. Richmond Kickers (USLL1)

7 p.m. ET

Sahlen's Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park; Cary, N.C.

May 15

Louisville City FC (USLC) vs. Reading United AC (USLL2)

7 p.m. ET

Lynn Stadium (Univ. of Louisville); Louisville, Ky.

May 15

Memphis 901 FC (USLC) vs. New York Red Bulls U23 (USLL2)

7 p.m. CT

AutoZone Park; Memphis, Tenn.

May 15

Birmingham Legion FC (USLC) vs. West Chester United (Pa.)

7 p.m. CT

BBVA Compass Field; Birmingham, Ala.

Southeast Region

Date

Game (home team listed first)

Result/Time

Venue

May 14

Charlotte Independence (USLC) vs. Florida Soccer Soldiers (Fla.)

1-1, 2-2 AET (4-5 PKs)

Mecklenburg County Sportsplex; Matthews, N.C.

May 14

Tampa Bay Rowdies (USLC) vs. The Villages SC (USLL2)

4-1

Al Lang Stadium; St. Petersburg, Fla.

May 14

Nashville SC (USLC) vs. South Georgia Tormenta FC 2 (USLL2)

3-2

Dean A. Hayes Track & Soccer Stadium (Middle Tennessee State Univ.); Murfreesboro, Tenn.

May 15

Greenville Triumph SC (USLL1) vs. Charleston Battery (USLC)

7 p.m. ET

Legacy Early College Field; Greenville, S.C.

Central Region

Date

Game (home team listed first)

Result/Time

Venue

May 14

OKC Energy FC (USLC) vs. NTX Rayados (Texas)

3-1

John Crain Field (Univ. of Oklahoma); Norman, Okla.

May 14

Austin Bold FC (USLC) vs. Tulsa Roughnecks (USLC)

2-0

Bold Stadium; Del Valle, Texas

May 14

San Antonio FC (USLC) vs. Laredo Heat SC (NPSL)

2-0

Toyota Field; San Antonio, Texas

May 15

Des Moines Menace (USLL2) vs. Saint Louis FC (USLC)

7:30 p.m. CT

Cownie Soccer Park; Des Moines, Iowa

May 15

Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC (USLC) vs. FC Denver (Colo.)

7 p.m. MDT

Weidner Field; Colorado Springs, Colo.

May 15

El Paso Locomotive FC (USLC) vs. Forward Madison FC (USLL1)

7 p.m. MDT

Southwest University Ballpark; El Paso, Texas

May 15

Phoenix Rising FC (USLC) vs. New Mexico United (USLC)

7:30 p.m. MST

Casino Arizona Field; Tempe, Ariz.

West Region

Date

Game (home team listed first)

Result/Time

Venue

May 14

Las Vegas Lights FC (USLC) vs. Cal FC (Calif.)

2-0

Cashman Field; Las Vegas, Nev.

May 15

El Farolito (NPSL) vs. Fresno FC (USLC)

2:30 p.m. PT

Boxer Stadium; San Francisco, Calif.

May 15

Sacramento Republic FC (USLC) vs. Reno 1868 FC (USLC)

7:30 p.m. PT

Papa Murphy's Park; Sacramento, Calif.

May 15

Orange County SC (USLC) vs. Orange County FC (NPSL)

7:30 p.m. PT

Orange County Great Park – Championship Soccer Stadium; Irvine, Calif.

Third Round Schedule

Date

Game (home team listed first)

Time

Venue

May 29

North Carolina FC (USLC) vs. Florida Soccer Soldiers (Fla.)

7 p.m. ET

Koka Booth (Field 2) at WakeMed Soccer Park; Cary, N.C.

 

   -or-

 

Richmond Kickers (USLL1) vs. Florida Soccer Soldiers (Fla.)

7 p.m. ET

City Stadium; Richmond, Va.

 

May 29

Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC (USLC) vs. Indy Eleven (USLC)/Lansing Ignite FC (USLL1) winner

7 p.m. ET

Highmark Stadium; Pittsburgh, Pa.

 

May 29

Louisville City FC (USLC) vs. Birmingham Legion FC (USLC)/West Chester United (Pa.) winner

7 p.m. ET

Lynn Stadium (Univ. of Louisville); Louisville, Ky.

 

   -or-

 

Reading United AC (USLL2) vs. Birmingham Legion FC (USLC)/West Chester United (Pa.) winner

7 p.m. ET

Gurski Stadium (Wilson H.S.); West Lawn, Pa.

 

May 29

Saint Louis FC (USLC) vs. El Paso Locomotive FC (USLC)/Forward Madison FC (USLL1) winner

7 p.m. CT

World Wide Technology Soccer Park; Fenton, Mo.

 

   -or-

 

Des Moines Menace (USLL2) vs. El Paso Locomotive FC (USLC)/Forward Madison FC (USLL1) winner

7:30 p.m. CT

Drake Stadium; Des Moines, Iowa

 

May 29

Nashville SC (USLC) vs. Greenville Triumph SC (USLL1)/Charleston Battery (USLC) winner

7:30 p.m. CT

Dean A. Hayes Track & Soccer Stadium (Middle Tennessee State Univ.); Murfreesboro, Tenn.

 

May 29

OKC Energy FC (USLC) vs. Tampa Bay Rowdies (USLC)

7:30 p.m. CT

John Crain Field (Univ. of Oklahoma); Norman, Okla.

 

May 29

Memphis 901 FC (USLC) vs. Hartford Athletic (USLC)

7 p.m. CT

Mike Rose Soccer Complex; Memphis, Tenn.

 

   -or-

 

New York Red Bulls U23 (USLL2) vs. Hartford Athletic (USLC)

7:30 p.m. ET

Montclair State University; Montclair, N.J.

 

May 29

Austin Bold FC (USLC) vs. San Antonio FC (USLC)

7:30 p.m. CT

Bold Stadium; Del Valle, Texas

 

May 29

Phoenix Rising FC (USLC) vs. Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC (USLC)/FC Denver (Colo.) winner

7:30 p.m. MST

Casino Arizona Field; Tempe, Ariz.

 

   -or-

 

Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC (USLC) vs. New Mexico United (USLC)

7 p.m. MDT

Weidner Field; Colorado Springs, Colo.

 

   -or-

 

FC Denver (Colo.) vs. New Mexico United (USLC)

7:30 p.m. MDT

North Stadium; Westminster, Colo.

 

May 29

El Farolito (NPSL) vs. Sacramento Republic FC (USLC)/Reno 1868 FC (USLC) winner

3 p.m. PT

Boxer Stadium; San Francisco, Calif.

 

   -or-

 

Sacramento Republic FC (USLC) vs. Fresno FC (USLC)

7:30 p.m. PT

Papa Murphy's Park; Sacramento, Calif.

 

   -or-

 

Reno 1868 FC (USLC) vs. Fresno FC (USLC)

7:30 p.m. PT

Greater Nevada Field; Reno, Nev.

 

May 29

Las Vegas Lights FC (USLC) vs. Orange County SC (USLC)/Orange County FC (NPSL) winner

7:30 p.m. PT

Cashman Field; Las Vegas, Nev.

 


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U.S. Open Cup May 14, 2019

Schedule

Results

Date Matchup Result Venue Attendance Goal Scorers
3-3 D Richland College; Dallas, Texas 600 Herrera, Ebobisse, Mansaray
1-2 L Richland College; Dallas, Texas Sabbi
1-0 W Cotton Bowl; Dallas, Texas Ebobisse

Boys U-19 Gordon Jago Super Group - Bracket A

Team GP W L T GF GA GD Pts.
Fulham FC 3 1 0 2 6 5 1 5
CF Monterrey Rayados 3 1 1 1 4 2 2 4
USA 3 1 1 1 5 5 0 4
TSG 1899 Hoffenheim 3 0 1 2 6 9 -3 2

Boys U-19 Gordon Jago Super Group - Bracket B

Team GP W L T GF GA GD Pts.
Everton FC 2 1 0 5 3 2 6
Real Salt Lake 3 2 1 0 4 4 0 6
Sinergia Deportiva Tigres 3 1 1 1 4 4 0 4
Kyoto Sanga FC 3 0 2 1 5 7 -2 1

Boys U-19 Gordon Jago Super Group - Bracket C

Team GP W L T GF GA GD Pts.
Fluminense FC  3 3 0 0 5 0 5 9
FC Dallas U-18 Academy
3 2 1 0 2 1 1 6
Middlesbrough FC 3 1 2 0 4 5 -1 3
Queretaro FC
3 0 3 0 2 7 -5 0

                                                                                

Bracket A

Date Match Time (CT) / Result Venue
March 20 Fulham FC vs. TSG 1899 Hoffenheim 3-3 Richland College #10; Dallas, Texas
March 20 USA vs. CF Monterrey Rayados 1-0 W
Cotton Bowl; Dallas, Texas
March 21 USA vs. Fulham FC 1-2 L Richland College #10; Dallas, Texas
March 21 CF Monterrey Rayados vs. TSG 1899 Hoffenheim 3-0 Richland College #09; Dallas, Texas
March 23 USA vs. TSG 1899 Hoffenheim 3-3 T Richland College #08; Dallas, Texas
March 23 CF Monterrey Rayados vs. Fulham FC 1-1 Cotton Bowl; Dallas, Texas

Bracket B

Date Match Time (CT) / Result Venue
March 20 Kyoto Sanga FC vs. Real Salt Lake
1-2 Richland College #10; Dallas, Texas
March 20 Sinergia Deportiva Tigres vs. Everton FC
1-0 Cotton Bowl; Dallas, Texas
March 21 Real Salt Lake vs. Sinergia Deportiva Tigres 1-0 Richland College #10; Dallas, Texas
March 21 Everton FC vs. Kyoto Sanga FC 2-1 Richland College #09; Dallas, Texas
March 23 Everton FC vs. Real Salt Lake 3-1 Cotton Bowl; Dallas, Texas
March 23 Sinergia Deportiva Tigres vs. Kyoto Sanga FC 3-3 Richland College #08; Dallas, Texas

Bracket C

Date Match Time (CT) / Result Venue
March 20  Queretara FC vs. Middlesbrough FC 2-4 Richland College #10; Dallas, Texas
March 20 Fluminense FC vs. FC Dallas U-18 Academy 1-0 Cotton Bowl; Dallas, Texas
March 21 Middlesbrough FC vs. Fluminense FC 0-2 Richland College #10; Dallas Texas
March 21 FC Dallas U-18 Academy vs. Queretaro FC 1-0
Richland College #10; Dallas, Texas
March 23 Fluminense FC vs. Quesetaro FC 2-0 Richland College #07; Dallas, Texas
March 23 Middlesbrough FC vs. FC Dallas U-18 0-1 Cotton Bowl; Dallas, Texas

Semifinals
Date Match Time (CT) / Result Venue
March 25 Fulham FC vs. Fluminense FC 6 p.m.
Toyota Stadium
March 25 Everton FC vs. FC Dallas U-18 Academy 8 p.m. Toyota Stadium

Final

Date Match Time (CT) / Result Venue
March 27 Semifinals A Winner vs. Semifinals B Winner 6 p.m. Toyota Stadium
2016 Dallas Cup Statistics

Record: 1-1-1

Player

Pos

GP

GS

Min.

G

A

Pts

Y/R

Acosta, Danny M 3 2
152
0
0
0
0/0
Bashti, Amir M 2 1
92
0
0
0
0/0
Borges, Marcello D 2 2
172
0
0
0
0/0
Ebobisse, Jeremy F 3 2
198
2
1
5
0/0
Elney, Sebastian F 1
1
69
0
0
0
0/0
Herrera, Aaron D 3 2
181
1
0
2
0/0
Klinsmann, Jonathan GK 2
2
180
0
0
0
0/0
Lennon, Brooks M 2
2
171
0
1
1
0/0
Lindley, Cameron M 1
1
90
0
1 1
1/0
Lombard, Andrew D 1
1
90
0
0
0
0/0
Mansaray, Victor F 2 1
111
1
0
2
0/0
Marcinkowski, JT GK 1 1
90
0
0
0
0/0
Nelson, John D 3 1 107 0 0 0 0/0
Olosunde, Matt D 1
1
90
0
0
0
0/0
Perez, Josh M 2 1
72
0
0
0
0/0
Redding, Tommy D 2 2
180
0
0
0
0/0
Robinson, Miles D 1 1 90 0 0 0 0/0
Sabbi, Emmanuel F 3 1
145
1
0
2
0/0
Saucedo, Sebastian M 2 2
123
0
0
0
0/0
Trusty, Auston D 2 2
180
0
1
1
1/0
Williamson, Eryk M 1
1
90
0
0
0
1/0
Yueill, Jackson M 3 1
138
0
0
0
0/0

Own Goal

0

Totals


3 3
270
5
4
14
3/0

Opponent Totals


3
3
270
5
4 14
10/0

2016 Dallas Cup Goalkeeping Statistics

Player Name

GP

GS

Min.

GF

GA

SO

GAA

W-L-T

Klinsmann, Jonathan 2 2
180
4
3
1
1.00
1-0-1
Marcinkowski, JT 1 1
90
1
2
0
2.00
0-0-1

Totals

3 3
270
5
5
1
1.67
1-1-1

Opponent Totals

3 3
270
5
5
0
1.67 1-1-1

Updated through March 24, 2016


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