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South America trip concludes with three losses
June 19th, 2012 1:46AM

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[U.S. UNDER-20 MEN] The U.S. under-20 national team lost all three matches on its 12-day trip to South America, falling to Uruguay twice (4-2 and 2-0) before falling to Chile in Santiago (2-1).

The Chicago Fire's Victor Pineda and North Carolina recruit Danny Garcia scored against Uruguay, while Garcia had his second stoppage-time goal, this time from the penalty spot, against Chile.

June 12 in Santiago
Chile 2 USA 1. Goals: Castillo 18, 60; Garcia (pen.) 91+.
USA -- Cropper; Okwuonu, Packwood, Cochran, Ocegueda; Joya, Lopez, Stanko; Pineda, Bijev (Cuevas, 61), Garcia.
Att.: 600.

June 8 in Montevideo
Uruguay 2 USA 0. Goals: Silva 39, Cesar 61.
USA -- Cropper; Okwuonu, Packwood, Dean (Cochran, 69), Ocegueda (McCrary, 46); Trapp (Cuevas, 69), Lopez, Stanko (Miller, 46) (Joya, 79); Pineda, Bijev (Top, 46), Garcia.
Att.: 400.

June 6 in Montevideo
Uruguay 4 USA 2. Goals: Cesar 9, Mastriani 21, Velasquez 35, own goal 56; Pineda 28, Garcia 91+
USA -- Cropper; Okwuonu (McCrary), Packwood, Cochran, Ocegueda, Trapp, Joya (Lopez), Stanko (Rogers, 69); Pineda, Bijev (Salgado, 17; Top, 82), Garcia.
Att.: 400.



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