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USA cruises against U-23s
January 14th, 2012 10:02PM
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[U.S. SCRIMMAGE]In their first action since hooking up together in training at the Home Depot Center, the U.S. national team beat the U.S. under-23 national team, 4-0, in a scrimmage Friday afternoon.

Chris Wondolowski, Teal Bunbury, Benny Feilhaberand Graham Zusiscored for the USA. Brek Shea had a pair of assists of his own.

USA Lineups
1st Half:
Nick Rimando; Zach Loyd, Michael Parkhurst, Geoff Cameron, Heath Pearce; Jeff Larentowicz; Graham Zusi, Benny Feilhaber, Brek Shea; Chris Wondolowski, Juan Agudelo (Teal Bunbury, 26)
 
2nd Half:
Bill Hamid; Michael Parkhurst, A.J. DeLaGarza, Jeff Parke, Zach Loyd (Heath Pearce, 72); Graham Zusi (Benny Feilhaber, 72), Ricardo Clark, Brad Evans, Brek Shea (Jeff Larentowicz, 72); C.J. Sapong, Teal Bunbury
 
U.S. U-23 Lineups
1st Half:
Zac MacMath; Joshua Gatt, Andrew Wenger, Zarek Valentin, Kofi Sarkodie; Amobi Okugo, Jared Jeffrey, Mix Diskerud; Freddy Adu, Jack McInerney, Dilly Duka
 
2nd Half:
Sean Johnson; Sheanon Williams, Royal-Dominique Fennell, Sebastian Ibeagha, Jorge Villafana; Michael Stephens, Sebastian Lletget, Isaac Acuna; Kelyn Rowe, Tony Taylor, Jack McInerney (Joshua Gatt, 66)



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