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Honduras beats hosts, Mosquito leads Brazil
October 18th, 2013 4:58AM
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TAGS:  brazil, honduras, u-17 world cup


[UNDER-17 WORLD CUP] Honduras, which beat the USA in the quarterfinals of the Under-17 World Cup to keep it out of the Under-17 World Cup for the first time, defeated the host United Arab Emirates, 2-1, on Bryan Velasquez's goal with four minutes to play. Brazil and Uruguay lived up to their billing as two of the pre-tournament favorites with 6-1 and 7-0 wins on opening day. Brazil's tally included a hat trick from Mosquito.

Oct. 17 in Abu Dhabi
Brazil  6  Slovakia 1
United Arab Emirates 1 Honduras 2
Oct. 20 in Abu Dhabi
Slovakia vs. Honduras   
United Arab Emirates vs. Brazil   
Oct. 23 in Abu Dhabi
United Arab Emirates vs. Slovakia
Oct. 23 in Ras Al-Khaimah
Honduras vs. Brazil

Oct. 17 in Ras Al-Khaimah
Uruguay 7 New Zealand  0 
Italy 1 Ivory Coast 0
Oct. 20 in Ras Al-Khaimah
Uruguay vs. Ivory Coast
Italy vs. New Zealand   
Oct. 23 in Abu Dhabi
New Zealand vs. Ivory Coast
Oct. 23 in Ras Al-Khaimah
Italy vs. Uruguay   

Oct. 18 in Fujairah
Croatia vs. Morocco   
Panama vs. Uzbekistan   
Oct. 21 in Fujairah
Croatia vs. Panama   
Uzbekistan vs. Morocco   
Oct. 24 in Fujairah
Uzbekistan vs. Croatia   
Oct. 24 in Sharjah       
Morocco vs. Panama

Oct. 18 in Sharjah
Tunisia vs. Venezuela   
Russia vs. Japan   
Oct. 18 in Sharjah
Tunisia vs. Russia   
Japan vs. Venezuela   
Oct. 24 in Fujairah
Venezuela vs. Russia   
Oct. 24 in Sharjah
Japan vs. Tunisia   

Oct. 19 in Dubai
Canada vs. Austria   
Iran vs. Argentina   
Oct. 22 in Dubai
Canada vs. Iran   
Argentina vs. Austria   
Oct. 25 in Dubai
Argentina vs. Canada   
Oct. 25 in Al Ain City
Austria vs. Iran   

Oct. 19 in Al Ain City
Mexico vs. Nigeria
Iraq vs. Sweden
Oct. 19 in Al Ain City
Mexico vs. Iraq   
Sweden vs. Nigeria   
Oct. 25 in Dubai
Nigeria vs. Iraq   
Oct. 25 in Al Ain City
Sweden vs. Mexico

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