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U.S. U-18s remain in first with 1-1 tie
May 23rd, 2013 8:47PM
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[LISBON INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENT] Romain Gall scored his third goal in two games -- a free kick from 23 yards -- to give the U.S. under-18 national team a 1-1 tie with host Portugal to remain in first place at the 19th annual Lisbon International Tournament.

Ivo Rodrigues of FC Porto matched Gall two minutes after the U.S. goal scored in the 48th minute with a curling shot also from 23 yards.

In the opening game, Gall, who plays for Lorient, had two goals and an assist in a 3-0 win over the Czech Republic. Gall, who hails from Herndon, Va., played one game for Lorient's B team in the CFA (French fourth division).

There was only one change in the U.S. lineup: Russell Canouse replacing Shaquille Moore.

Next up for the USA is a game Saturday against Hungary.

U.S. Under-18 Starting Lineup:
Goalkeeper:
Zack Steffen (FC Delco)
Defenders:
Jordan Allen (Empire Revolution)
Trevor Haberkorn (Chelsea Solar)
Matthew Miazga (New York Red Bulls Academy)
John Requejo (U-17 residency)
Midfielders:
Russell Canouse (Hoffenheim/GER)
Marco Delgado (Chivas USA)
Romain Gall (Lorient/FRA)
83rd: Piakai Henkel (Amiens/FRA)
Forwards:
Rubio Rubin (U-17 residency)
90th:
Benji Lopez (Real Salt Lake AZ)
Amando Moreno (New York Red Bulls)
83rd: Brian Iloski (LA Galaxy Academy)
Paul Arriola (Tijuana/MEX)



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