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USA falls to Mexico in U-17 final
by Paul Kennedy, July 3rd, 2012 2:08AM
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[COPA SAPRISSA] The USA fell to Mexico, 3-1, in the final of the Copa Saprissa under-17 tournament held in Costa Rica.

It was the Americans' second loss to Mexico in the tournament at which they finished with a 3-2-2 record.

Mexico scored twice within the first 25 minutes, and USA then lost midfielder Aaron Meyer to a red card in the 35th minute.

June 1 in San Jose
Mexico 3 USA 1. Goals: Hernandez 23, Diaz 24, 54; Rubin 43.
Mexico -- Gudino, Rodriguez, Ubias, E.Hernandez, Gomez (Navarro, 61), L.Hernandez, Rivas, Almanza (Accantar, 38), Ochoa, Jaimes (Granados, 67), Diaz.
USA -- Christensen, Amaya (Requejo Jr., 53), Miranda, Turner, Moore, Meyer, Munoz (Heredia, 55), Flores (Lema, 36), Winn (Baird 65), Wade (Selemani, 55), Rubin.
Red Card: USA -- Meyer 35.



2 comments
  1. Luis Arreola
    commented on: July 5, 2012 at 10:05 a.m.
    Mexico beat usa twice in tgis tournament.3-1 & 3-0. They went 7-0 in this tourny. They keep on showing cpntinued dominance to this day.
  1. Gordon Hayes
    commented on: August 23, 2012 at 2:11 a.m.
    Please don't bite on Luis', who never played the game, continued efforts to divide nationalities and races..............."Coach Luis believes and teaches his young players something that has been overlooked in American Soccer : Loyalty, Comradery, Honor." He feels nobody in the US teaches the virtues of loyalty, comradery, or honor and that apparently he is the only one.............And he feels "Very few in USA know much about soccer.".............Luis never played the game, hates white people, thinks only hispanics can play soccer well, is a daddy coach, cries and makes excuses when not enough hispanics are chosen for a US team - he is a victim and a race-baiter and a divisive element in the US - - a blind racist that will ALWAYS cheer for Mexico v the USA and who thinks his 'vast superior' knowledge of the game is earned simply by his ethnicity.....................Go USA women and men of all races!!!!

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