Sunday, September 6, 2009

Winning details

It was a test of character as street soccer usa went down two goals in the second half. Alvin Soto and Jorge Revolorio each put in two goals as the US looked to run away with a victory. Denmark clawed back adding two penalties and the first two goals of the second half. Then entered Carlos Valdez of LA for the first time. The surprise supersub scored three goals which denmark answered with only one. Then Dexter Burnett of New York took a one on one with the keeper lifting the ball slowly over the keeper. So slowly the keeper got up and had a second go at it but the ball just crossed the goal line for an 8-7 lead. Mere seconds later the game ended. Congrats to tough opponents Denmark. Street soccer will learn much. Next game is monday. Schedule will be announced tonight.
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

How sweet it is. Keep it up guys!
Jeremy G.