Friday, August 3, 2007

Penalties again . . .

The US beat Argentina 6-4 when Michael McGregor scored a late goal and Daniel Martinez added another. For the US it was another in a string of victories. The win also placed them in the semifinals of the Ombold Trophy competition. After dominating and improved Austria squad, the US gave up a goal at the end the end of the first half and then again just one second before the end of the match to finish in a tie. Sharp play in the field did not extend to tidy finishing in front of the net as the US really should have openned a wider advantage. Despite two saves by keeper Reggie Jones, the US missed it's final penalty, allowing Austria to advance to the final. Reggie was in tears after the game, but after the initial sadness wore offf, the team still felt disappointed, but know in their hearts that they have a lot to be proud of.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

SEE THIS IS WHAT SUX ABOUT YOU ALL...
YOU GIVE TO MUCH...

WHY..
IT DOESNT MAKE ANY KIND OF SENSE MAN,
YOU ALL ARE SUPPOSED TO BE TUFF. COME ON NOW...

YOU WHEN ALL THESES GAMES , BUT IN THE END YOU SUCK...

LETS HOPE THIS WASNT THE LAST GAME B4 YALL WENT HOME...

BECAUSE WHEN YOU WERE ALL PLAYING AT THE SPORTS WARHOUSE...

IT DOSENT MATTER IF YOU WHEN OR LOSE THE LAST GAME OF THE SEASON COUNTS...
AND IT SUCKS FOR A GOALIE FOR HIM TO CRY LIKE THAT,

THIS IS YOUR OLD GOALIE HERE BUDDIE,
MY NAME IS CONFIDENTIAL...

YOU ALL KNOW ME..FIGURE IT OUT WHAT DID YOU ALL DO LET THAT COACH FROM NEW YORK BACK IN THE GAME AGAIN???