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Youth National Teams: U-20s fall to Spain in Copa de Atlantico tourney
January 27th, 1999 12AM

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A 39th-minute goal by Pablo Counego lifted Spain to a 1-0 win over the U.S. U-20 national team on Jan. 26 in the Copa de Atlantico tournament being held in Spain's Canary Islands. The USA, with a 1-1 record, will face Portugal on Jan. 28 in the third-place match. The U.S. returns home on Jan. 30 and will regroup in Florida Feb. 5 to prepare for a tour of Spain Feb. 9-20. Jan. 26 in the Canary Islands Spain 1 USA 0. Goal: Counego 39. Spain -- Aguado, Lojo, Bermajo, Garcas, Albendea (Leseca, 76), Lopez, Nevarro, Counego, Marcos (Lombardaro, 70), Saludes (Rodriguez, 60), Franguelo (Estrada, 60). USA -- Howard, Califf, Cherundolo, Downing, Morrison (Gibbs, 75), Garcia, Thorington (Twellman, 24), Futagaki (Gomez, 46), Albright, Goldsmith, Beasley (Gonzalez, 66). Att.: n/a.


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