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U.S. Soccer: U-23s fall in Portugal
January 26th, 2000 12AM



The U.S. U-23 team lost to Portugal's U-23 team, 1-0, in a friendly played Jan. 25 in Alverca, Portugal. The Portuguese, who were eliminated from Olympic qualifying in Europe's round of 16, scored on a penalty kick in the 65th minute after U.S. defender Chad McCarty got tangled with a Portugal player in the box. The tour concludes with games against Estoril on Jan. 27 and Offenbach (German Second Division) on Jan. 30. Jan. 25 in Alverca Portugal U-23s 1 USA U-23s 0. Goal: Hugo Leal (pen.) 65. Portugal -- Sergio Leite (Pedro Alves, 70), Esteves (Felipe Annunciacio, 70), Caneira, Correia, David, Hugo Leal, Semedo (Marco Almeiba, 46), Ricardo Sousa (Tonel, 46), Felipe Candido (Paulo Ferreira, 46), Paulo Costa (Miguel, 46), Luis Felipe (Zoao Paulo, 46). USA -- A.Brown, Chulis, McCarty, Dunseth, Corrales, Thorrington, Donovan (West, 80), Beasley, Parra, Casey, C.Brown (Albright, 40). Red cards: Portugal -- Caneira 55; USA -- Casey 55. Att.: n/a.

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