Midfielders Weston McKennie and Tyler Adams are making their USA national team debuts in Tuesday night's exhibition at Portugal, the first game for the Americans since they failed to qualify for next year's World Cup. But a late victor did not materialize and Portugal will take the result forward into their World Cup 2018 preparations, while the USMNT look ahead to a new era under new management at some point next year. Following Bruce Arena's resignation, Dave Sarachan was named interim manager and named a young roster for his first match in charge.
McKennie, a 19-year-old from Texas who has played his way into Schalke's lineup this season, took a pass from C.J. Sapong, used three touches to create space from Ricardo Ferreira and then beat Beto to the inside post with a right-footed shot in the 21st minute.
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Schnatter said Goodell was hurting his company and told investors "NFL leadership has hurt Papa John's shareholders". The tweet goes on to say that Americans should honor the anthem and that there is a way to do both.
McKennie became the third-youngest American to score in his debut, behind Juan Agudelo (17) and Landon Donovan (18).
Ethan Horvath is in goal for the match at Leiria, his first appearance since his debut against Cuba in October 2016.
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IWGB said in a statement that it was reviewing the judgment with its lawyers and would decide the best course of action. A deliveroo worker cycles along a pedestrianised road in Liverpool, Britain, October 18, 2017.
The United States will open its 2018 schedule with a friendly against Bosnia and Herzegovina on January 28 at StubHub Center in Carson, California.
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A declaração ocorre após um forte tiroteio durante a madrugada, na zona da residência de Mugabe em Harare, segundo testemunhas contactadas pela AFP.