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July 21st, 2011 12:41AM

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[SCOREBOARD] Christian Hernandez, a 17-year-old academy player, scored the only goal to lift Philadelphia Union past Everton, 1-0, in one of five MLS-EPL friendlies played on Wednesday. Hernandez, the 2011 U-17/18 Academy Player of the Year with PDA, was one of three teenagers to play for Union along with academy star Jimmy McLaughlin and teenage rookie Zach Pfeffer. In other international friendlies on Wednesday, Wayne Rooney (Manchester United) and Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) both had hat tricks. For all the action ...

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLIES
Results:
July 20
Philadelphia 1 Everton (England) 0
PHI: Christian Hernandez 87
Att.: 18,582.
Portland 2 West Bromwich (England) 3.
POR: Eddie Johnson 26
POR: Peter Lowry 29
WBA: James Morrison 65
WBA: Somen Tchoyi 69
WBA: Gabriel Tamas (pen.) 91
Houston 0 Bolton Wanderers (England) 2.
BOL -- Ivan Klasnic 32
BOL -- Kevin Davies 58
Att.: 13,612.
Sporting KC 0 Newcastle (England) 0.
Att.: 16,131.

Schedule:
July 23
Orlando City vs. Newcastle (England)
D.C. United vs. Everton (England)
July 26
Columbus vs. Newcastle (England)
July 27
Charleston vs. Portsmouth (England)

WORLD FOOTBALL CHALLENGE
Results:
July 20
Seattle 0 Man. United (England) 7
MU: Michael Owen 15
MU: Mame Biram Diouf 49
MU: Wayne Rooney 51
MU: Wayne Rooney 69
MU: Park Ji-sung 71
MU: Wayne Rooney 72
MU: Gabriel Obertan 88
Att.: 67,052.
Real Madrid (Spain) 3 Guadalajara (Mexico) 0
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RM: Cristiano Ronaldo 73
RM: Cristiano Ronaldo 77
RM: Cristiano Ronaldo 82

July 18
Vancouver 1 Man. City (England) 2.
VAN: Camilo 30
MC: Guidetti 68
MC:  Wright-Phillips 84

Schedule:
July 23
Chicago vs. Man. United (England)
Philadelphia vs. Real Madrid (Spain)
Juventus (Italy) vs. Sporting (Portugal) in Toronto
July 24
Los Angeles vs. Man. City (England)
July 26
Juventus (Italy) vs Club America (Mexico) in Queens, N.Y.
July 28
Juventus (Italy) vs. Guadalajara (Mexico) in Raleigh, N.C.
July 30
Barcelona (Spain) vs. Man. United (England) in Landover, Md.
Aug. 3
Barcelona (Spain) vs. Guadalajara (Mexico) in Miami
Aug. 6
Barcelona (Spain) vs. Club America (Mexico) in Arlington, Texas

MLS RESERVE LEAGUE
Results:
July 18
New England 3 Philadelphia 1
NE: Alan Koger (Dominik Machado) 27
PHI: Roger Torres (pen.) 48
NE: Andrew Sousa (Diego Fagundez) 60
NE: Diego Fagundez (Peguy Ngatcha) 85

Standings:
Eastern Conference
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
13 D.C. United 4-0-1 14/6
10 New England 3-2-1 11/10
9 Columbus 3-1-0 11/5
4 Philadelphia 1-3-1 4/9
1 Toronto FC 0-2-1 3/5
0 New York 0-2-0 1/4
Central Conference
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
10 Chicago 3-0-1 11/2
9 FC Dallas 3-1-0 6/7
9 Houston 3-2-0 5/6
5 Sporting KC 1-1-2 4/3
3 Real Salt Lake 1-2-0 2/3
1 Colorado 0-4-1 2/5
Western Conference
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
21 Seattle 7-0-0 14/6
9 San Jose 3-2-0 9/5
6 Portland 2-2-0 7/7
5 Chivas USA 1-2-1 7/8
3 Los Angeles 1-5-0 5/13
1 Vancouver 0-3-1 3/7

NASL
Schedule:
July 20
Puerto Rico 3 Fort Lauderdale 1.

Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
39 Carolina 12-2-2 34/13
28 Puerto Rico 8-4-5 27/24
25 FC Edmonton 7-5-4 20/18
21 FC Tampa Bay 5-5-6 20/23
19 NSC Minnesota 5-4-7 18/16
18 Ft. Lauderdale 3-5-9 23/26
12 Montreal 2-8-6 14/18
9 Atlanta 2-11-3 17/35

Schedule:
July 22
Minnesota vs. Montreal
July 23
Carolina vs. FC Edmonton
Atlanta vs. FC Tampa Bay

USL PRO
Results:
July 20
Pittsburgh 3 Dayton 1.
DAY: Marvin van der Pluyjin (unassisted) 11
PIT: Jeremy Deigthon (Jason Yeisley) 22
PIT: Yeisley (Tommy Gray) 41
PIT: Chad Severs (Yeisley) 68
Att.: 1,209.

Harrisburg 5 FC New York 1.
HAR: Andrew Welker (Stephen Basso) 10
HAR: Andrew Welker (Sainey Touray) 23
HAR: Andrew Welker (Sainey Touray) 44
HAR: Sainey Touray (Nelson Becerra) 54
FCNY: Jhonny Arteage (pen.) 63
HAR: Jose Angulo (JT Noone) 80
Att.: 1,563.

Standings:
American Division
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
42 Orlando City 12-3-6 29/15
34 Richmond 10-5-4 29/17
31 Charleston 9-6-4 17/16
30 Wilmington 9-5-3 30/23
25 Charlotte 7-6-4 21/17
22 Barracuda FC  7-12-1 25/28
National Division
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
30 Rochester 9-6-3 23/16
29 Harrisburg 8-4-5 31/21
23 Los Angeles 6-4-5 26/18
23 Pittsburgh 6-9-5 19/26
18 FC New York 4-9-6 19/31
8 Dayton 1-12-5 14/39

Schedule:
July 22
Charlotte vs. Wilmington
Richmond vs. Los Angeles
Rochester vs. Pittsburgh
July 23
Harrisburg vs. Los Angeles
Dayton vs. Charleston
Wilmington vs. Charlotte

WPS
Results:
July 20
Western New York 3 magicJack 1
.
WNY: Christine Sinclair 7 (Becky Edwards) 9
MJ: Ella Masar 4 (Nikki Washington) 41
WNY: Christine Sinclair 8 (Marta) 51
WNY: McCall Zerboni 3 (Christine Sinclair) 69
Att.: 15,404.

Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T +/-
27 Philadelphia 8-2-3 26/13
26 Western NY 8-2-2 26/13
15 Boston 4-5-3 14/13
15 *magicJack 5-5-1 17/22
13 Sky Blue FC 3-5-4 16/18
6 Atlanta 1-10-3 7/27
*penalized one point for non-compliance of league regulations.

Schedule:
July 23
Sky Blue FC vs. Philadelphia
Atlanta vs. magicJack
July 24
Boston vs. Western New York

W-LEAGUE
Schedule:
Eastern Conference, Semifinals
July 21 in Charlotte, N.C.
Atlanta (9-1-0) vs. New Jersey (6-1-3)
Long Island (7-1-2) vs. Charlotte (6-2-2)

Central Conference, Semifinals
July 23 in Ottawa
Ottawa (12-0-0) vs. Toronto (5-5-2)
Laval (6-4-2) vs. Quebec City (6-5-1)

Western Conference, Final
July 24 in Valencia, Calif.
Santa Clarita (8-1-5) vs. Vancouver (8-2-4)

WPSL
Schedule:
Eastern Conference, Semifinals
July 21 in Brooklyn, N.Y.
New York (8-1-1) vs. ASA Chesapeake (6-1-5)
July 21 in Byfield, Mass.
Boston Aztec U-23 (6-2-2) vs. Boston Aztec Breakers Reserves (6-2-3)

Pacific Conference, Semifinals
July 23 in Dublin, Calif.
North Bay FC (6-1-3) vs. Orange County (9-1-0)
Bay Area (8-1-1) vs. San Diego (8-1-1)



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