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Shea scores, red carded against FC Dallas
by Paul Kennedy, February 22nd, 2012 4:12PM
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TAGS:  fc dallas, olympics


[MLS PRESEASON] The U.S. under-23 national team beat FC Dallas, 2-1, in a warmup game played Wednesday in Frisco, Texas, notable for the winning goal Brek Shea scored -- and red card he received -- for the U.S. U-23s against his MLS team. Like Shea, Kofi Sarkodie exited for receiving two yellow cards, leaving the U-23s with nine players to finish the game.

Freddy Adu set up goals by Ike Opara and Shea as the U-23s rallied from a 1-0 deficit.

The U-23s would have won by a bigger margin but for a big game in goal by Kevin Hartman, who stopped an Adu penalty kick.

Feb. 22 in Frisco, Texas
FC Dallas 1 U.S. under-23 national team 2. Goals: Jacobson 15; Opara 19, Shea 51.
FC Dallas -- Hartman (Seitz 69), Benitez (Top 75), Ihemelu (Hedges 72), Pertuz (Ibeagha 72), Loyd (Castillo 81), Rodriguez, Hernandez (Warshaw 64), Jacobson (Lee 64), Wiedeman (Ferreira 36, Osorno 58), Perez, Castillo (Dogba 58).
U.S. Under-23s -- Hamid (Johnson 45), Opara (Garza 45), Sarkodie, Valentin, Villafana (Kitchen 45), Okugo, Agudelo (Stephens 45), Jeffery (Duka 45), Shea, Adu (Bunbury 67), Bunbury (Taylor 45, Villafana 76).

1 comment
  1. Jase The Ace
    commented on: February 23, 2012 at 3:56 p.m.
    Hard to believe Freddy Adu is still U23

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