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Hejduk sparks U.S. U-23s past Denmark
January 1st, 1995 12AM

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U.S. 2, Denmark 1

San Diego native Frankie Hejduk scored and set up another goal to give the U.S. under-23 national team a 2-1 win over Denmark Feb. 7 on the campus of UC San Diego.

Hejduk stuck in a rebound of a Pete Marino shot in the 24th minute then assisted on A.J. Wood's goal four minutes later.

Kern Lyhne netted the Danes' only goal in the 87th minute.

International Friendly

Feb. 7 in San Diego

U.S. U-23s 2, Denmark U-23s 1. Goals: Hejduk (24), Wood (28); Lyhne (87).

U.S. --Snitko, Pope (Montoya, 46), DuHaney, Hejduk, Talley (Cozier, 77), McKeon, Vargas (Baumhoff, 67), Kelly (Peay, 58), Baba, Wood, Marino.

Denmark --Sorensen, Tobiasen (Krogh, 31), Laursen, Vinzents, Ruytter, Lyhne, Glerup, Fredgaard (Johannsen, 82), Gronkjar, Jensen, Hindsberg (Jorgensen, 12).

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