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3. USA-Ecuador REPORT CARD: Donovan, Feilhaber shine brightest
March 25th, 2007 11:21PM

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By Ridge Mahoney
SOCCER AMERICA REPORT CARD
(1=low; 5=average; 10-high)


RATING PLAYER (CLUB CAPS/GOALS)
STARTERS:

6 Tim Howard (Everton ENG 18/0)
6 Steve Cherundolo (Hannover 96 GER 39/1)
5 Oguchi Onyewu (Newcastle ENG 18/1)
5 Jim Conrad (Kansas City 20/1)
4 Carlos Bocanegra (Fulham ENG 44/6)
5 Clint Dempsey (Fulham/ENG 25/6)
7 Benny Feilhaber (Hamburg SV GER 1/0)
6 DaMarcus Beasley (Manchester City 62/12)
9 Landon Donovan (Los Angeles 87/30)
4 Eddie Johnson (Kansas City 23/9)
6 Brian Ching (Houston 21/4)

SUBSTITUTES:
6
Michael Bradley (Heerenveen/NED 3/0)
4 Taylor Twellman (New England 20/5)
5 Jonathan Spector (West Ham ENG 4/0)
5 Brian Mullan (Houston 3/0)
NR Justin Mapp (Chicago 3/0)
NR Brian Carroll (D.C. United 5/0)

GAME SUMMARY
March 25 in Tampa, Fla.


USA 3 Ecuador 1
Goals: Donovan 1, Donovan (Ching) 66, Donovan (Beasley) 67; Caicedo (Reasco) 11.

USA - Howard, Bocanegra, Cherundolo (Spector, 80), Conrad, Onyewu, Dempsey (Mullan, 80), Feilhaber, Beasley (Mapp, 83), Donovan (Carroll, 91+), Johnson (Bradley, 46), Ching (Twellman, 73)
ECUADOR - Aragon, Hurtado (Guagua, 78), de la Cruz, Espinoza, Reasco (Bagui, 91+), Mendez, Castillo, Valencia, Caicedo (Saritama, 64), Caicedo (Zura, 72), Tenorio (Borja, 78).

Stats: USA-ECU
Shots: 10- 8
Saves: 3-3
Corner Kicks: 4-3
Fouls: 15-14
Offside: 1-2
Yellow cards: USA -- Feilhaber 22; Espinoza 16, de la Cruz 18.
Red cards: none

Silviu Petrescu (CAN), 1st Asst.: Hector Vergara (CAN), 2nd Asst.: Amado DeLuca (CAN) Fourth Official: Arkadiusz Prus (USA)
Attendance: 31,547


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