|2010 SUM U-17 Cup: Revolution 5, Toronto FC 2
Revolution U-17 youth team earns three points against the Toronto FC U-17s in the third group match of the 2010 SUM U-17 cup
New England broke out in a big way, pouring in four second-half goals from four different scorers to dominate Toronto FC by a 5-2 margin and finish in third place in Group C.
Tied 1-1 at the half, the Revolution got goals in the second from Peguy Ngatcha, Cole Denormandie, Diego Fagundez, and Felix DeBonna, who also scored the only first-half goal for the Revolution. While Toronto FC scored its first goals of the tournament, they were not enough to stop a spirited Revolution team in the second half.
Toronto's goals came courtesy of Kaheem Christopher and Eric Ngo. Toronto finished group play 0-3 but will have a chance to regroup in consolation games Tuesday and Thursday.
Toronto FC (0-3) vs. New England Revolution (1-2)
2010 SUM U-17 Cup - Group C
July 26, 2010 –- Centennial Park, Friendswood TX
TFC -- Kaheem Christopher 1 (Sergio Camargo 1) 10
NE -- Felix DeBonna 2 (Domanik Machado 1) 23
NE -- Felix DeBonna 3 (unassisted) 42
NE -- Diego Fagundez 1 (unassisted) 48
NE -- Cole Denormandie 1 (unassisted) 65
NE -- Peguy Ngatcha 1 (unassisted) 67
TFC -- Eric Ngo 1 (unassisted) 70
Toronto FC -- Chad Bush, Eric Ngo, Andrew DeMarco, Ben Futoriansky (Bobby Frame 43, Marcus Alan Lees 53), Mackenzie Kim, Andrew Curci, Chris Mannella (Steven Reel 50), Praveen Balakumaran (Tristan Jackman 36), Sergio Camargo, Kaheem Christopher, Prasenna Kirupakaran (Cristian Zannetti 54).
New England Revolution -- Tyler Zon, Christian Sady (Peter Lee-Kramer 36), Sean MacDonald, Mitchell Taintor (Dan Chmura 62), Diego Fagundez (Dan Tchen 65), Domanik Machado (Freddy Ferre 64), Forrest Sisk (Peguy Natcha 55), Kelvin Castillo (Jannick Kabala 36), Felix DeBonna, Cole Denormandie, Derik Medeiros (Adrian Reifsnyder 31).
Matches played with 35-minute halves.
All statistics contained in this boxscore are unofficial