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U.S. SOCCER: Russia defeats USA, 2-0
April 26th, 2000 12AM

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The United StatesÆ trip to Moscow resulted in a 2-0 friendly game loss to Russia on a pair of second-half goals. The USA outshot the host country, 14-8. April 26 at Dynamo Stadium in Moscow Russia 2 United States 0. Goals: Titov 63, Karpin 92+. USA -- Keller, Hejduk (West, 88), Fraser, Berhalter, Regis, Jones, Reyna, Sanneh, Armas (Deering, 46), Lewis (Kreis, 74), McBride. Russia -- Nigmatullin, Khlestov, Solomatin, Demenko, Khokhlov (Onopko, 46), Titov, Karpin, Alenichev (Tikhonov, 46), Smertin, Semak (Panov, 60), Beschastnykh. Misconduct Summary: Russia -- Smertin (caution) 32. USA -- Sanneh (caution) 39, Hejduk (caution) 84. Att.: n/a.


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