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Generation adidas Cup 2014: New York Red Bulls tie Seattle Sounders in wild finish on Day 1

In blustery conditions, goals and drama were everywhere on the opening day of the 2014 Generation adidas Cup Monday at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas.

After the first three games of the International Division produced a combined seven goals, the final two games both went to shootouts, including a wild ending to the New York-Seattle game. Two of the four Domestic Division games also went to shootouts.

The tournament continues on Tuesday with a full slate of games, including a prime-time televised clash between two teams that both started 1-0, Real Salt Lake and England’s Stoke City, streamed live at 9 pm ET on MLSsoccer.com.

Here’s a recap of the Day 1 action:

International Division

Chivas Guadalajara 0, San Jose Earthquakes 0 (Chivas won shootout 5-4)

The exception to the ‘goals’ rule came in the nightcap, as 15-year-old Chivas goalkeeper Miguel Guzmán made six saves to deny a sharp San Jose Earthquakes side a regulation win. In the shootout, the first eight shooters converted before a miss opened the door for Guadalajara to take an extra point in the standings.

Chivas Guadalajara (0-0-1) vs. San Jose Earthquakes (0-0-1)
2014 Generation adidas Cup - Group C

April 14, 2014 –- Toyota Stadium Field 4, Frisco TX

Scoring Summary:
none

Chivas Guadalajara -- Miguel Guzman, Jose Lopez, Angel Martinez, Hector Reynoso (Diego Manzo 36), Fernando Cibrian (Erick Hernandez 46), Eduardo Guzman, Oscar Macias, Freddy Ortega (Moises Navarrete 46), Roberto Lopez (Alexis Lopez 55), Jesus Pena (Ivan Preciado 36), Rodolfo Gonzalez.

San Jose Earthquakes -- J.T. Marcinkowski, Rhys Pak, Jorge Lara, Shane Penner, Michael Anderson (Jamal Bernardez 3), Theo Huxham (Ivan Valencia 46), Rory Birse, Jon Partida (Kevin Perez 71+), Philip Hausen, Amir Bashti, Yousef Diyab (Kaya Fabbretti 26).

Penalty Shootout - Chivas Guadalajara 5, San Jose Earthquakes 4.

Matches played with 35-minute halves.
All statistics contained in this boxscore are unofficial

 

New York Red Bulls 1, Seattle Sounders 1 (New York won shootout 4-3)

In the most exciting finish of the day, the Red Bulls tied the game in the fifth minute of stoppage time on a goal directly from a corner kick, then went on to win the shootout to get the upper hand on Seattle. The Sounders had opened the scoring in the 60th minute (of a 70-minute game) while attacking into a stiff wind that affected each of the game’s days. Defender Tosh Samkange headed in a corner kick from Diego Silvas to put Seattle in front.

But after some minor injuries and delays produced three minutes of stoppage time that crept into a fifth minute due to further delays, New York took advantage on a corner kick of its own. Desperate to tie the score, New York goalkeeper Tom Lapinas personally fronted Sounders goalkeeper R.J. Noll and proved enough of a distraction that an inswinging corner kick from Chris Flores found its way through traffic to curl in at the far post, presumably also aided by the wind, and give New York a dramatic tie.

Lapinas then made two saves in the shootout, besting Noll’s one stop, and Ethan Lochner converted the final penalty kick in a 4-3 win.

New York Red Bulls (0-0-1) vs. Seattle Sounders (0-0-1)
2014 Generation adidas Cup - Group A

April 14, 2014 –- Toyota Stadium Field 7, Frisco TX

Scoring Summary:
SEA -- Tosh Samkange 1 (Diego Silvas 1) 60
NY -- Chris Flores 1 (unassisted) 75+

New York Red Bulls -- Tomas Lapinas, Kyle Duncan, Henry Martin, Andrew Lombard, Marcello Borges (Mason Deeds 67), Jerel Blades (Rafael Terci 67), Matt McCarthy, Kyle Zajec (Matt Olosunde 44), Gideon Metrikin, Chris Flores, Ethan Lochner.

Seattle Sounders -- R.J. Noll, Kasey French, Tosh Samkange, Connor Thompson, Kees Westra, Lorenzo Ramos, Diego Silvas, Harrison Kurtz (Samad Bounthong 56), Connor Noblat, Victor Mansaray, Ryan Schaefer.

Penalty Shootout - New York Red Bulls 4, Seattle Sounders 3

Matches played with 35-minute halves.
All statistics contained in this boxscore are unofficial

 

Stoke City 2, LA Galaxy 0

An unlikely hero lifted Stoke City to an impressive 2-0 win over the LA Galaxy in the first game by a foreign club in Generation adidas Cup history. After a scoreless first half, right back Lewis Banks capitalized on a loose ball following a corner kick in the 37th minute, rifling a left-footed shot into the back of the net from the top of the penalty area. Banks then helped Stoke put the game away in the 62nd minute, heading an Ollie Shenton corner back across goal, where forward Charles Weston-Hayles one-touched it home. Even a second yellow card late in the game did not take the shine of a strong debut from Stoke, which came out in a 4-2-3-1 formation rarely seen by its parent club.

LA Galaxy (0-1) vs. Stoke City (1-0)
2014 Generation adidas Cup - Group B

April 14, 2014 –- Toyota Stadium Field 4, Frisco TX

Scoring Summary:
STK -- Lewis Banks 1 (unassisted) 37
STK -- Charles Weston-Hayles 1 (Lewis Banks 1, Ollie Shenton 1) 62

LA Galaxy -- Bennett Sneddon, Michael Lopez, Brian O'Hara, Elan Koenig (Christian Onalfo 35), Alex Ramos, Chris Segovia (Johnathan Ramirez 53), Andrew Perez (Enrique Bustamante 60), Rey Ortiz, Adrian Vera, Jorge Ruiz (Marc Calderon 60), Dylan Smith (Ethan Zubak 53).

Stoke City -- Chris Marques, Lewis Banks, Josh Williams, Theo Vassell, Toby Wells, Johnville Renee-Pringle (Theo Brierley 15), Daniel Jarvis, Kyren Hamilton (Julien Ngoy 50), Ollie Shenton, Tom Shepherd, Charles Weston-Hayles.

Matches played with 35-minute halves.
All statistics contained in this boxscore are unofficial

Real Salt Lake 2, Toronto FC 1

One of the tournament favorites, Real Salt Lake matched Stoke’s 1-0 start with a 2-1 win over Toronto FC. With newly signed professional Justen Glad starting at center back, Salt Lake looked much more experienced in the early going and took the lead when Evan Waldrep set up Canadian youth international Josh Doughty for an early goal in the 20th minute. Glad’s co-captain, Sebastian Saucedo, converted a second half penalty kick for a 2-0 lead before Jordan Montoya pulled a goal back for Toronto.

Real Salt Lake (1-0) vs. Toronto FC (0-1)
2014 Generation adidas Cup - Group B

April 14, 2014 –- Toyota Stadium Field 7, Frisco TX

Scoring Summary:
RSL -- Josh Doughty 1 (Evan Waldrep 1) 20
RSL -- Sebastian Saucedo 1 (penalty kick) 45
TFC -- Jordan Montoya 1 (Luca Uccello 1) 65

Real Salt Lake -- Christian Herrera, Aaron Herrera (Alex Knox 59), Miles Stray, Justen Glad, Gavino Carranza, Adolfo Ovalle, Danilo Acosta, Evan Waldrep (Tate Schmitt 60), Sebastian Saucedo (Terrell Lowe 60), Josh Doughty (D.J. Villegas 55), Diego Silva.

Toronto FC -- Brandon Kerr, Marcus Godinho, Nikola Stakic, Mateo Restrepo, Steven Furlano, Aidan Daniels (Liam Fraser 53), Glenn Muenkat (Tomasz Balicki 44), Alexander Pena (Nicolas Osorio 53), Luca Uccello, Patrick Boyle (Jordan Montoya 44), Malik Johnson.

Matches played with 35-minute halves.
All statistics contained in this boxscore are unofficial

 

FC Dallas 1, Philadelphia Union 0

Host FC Dallas got off to a strong start, downing defending champion Philadelphia to take the lead in Group C ahead of Chivas Guadalajara. Caleb Young fed Ryan Barlow for a first-half goal, and goalkeeper Charlie Furrer and his backline made it stand up for a shutout. Dallas will play San Jose on Tuesday, while Philadelphia will play Guadalajara.

FC Dallas (1-0) vs. Philadelphia Union (0-1)
2014 Generation adidas Cup - Group C

April 14, 2014 –- Toyota Stadium Field 8, Frisco TX

Scoring Summary:
DAL -- Ryan Barlow 1 (Eric Davies 1) 21

FC Dallas -- Charlie Furrer, Eric Davies, Philip Ponder, Juan Pablo Monticelli, Pablo Ocampo, Martin Salas, Irvin Dominguez (Alejandro Martinez 38), Ryan Barlow, Joel Avilez (Luis ZuaZua 45), Caleb Young (Daniel Kiser 65), Christian Ramirez (Juan Ramirez 62).

Philadelphia Union -- Cameron Keys, Robert Campbell, Shane Bradley, Freeman Dwamena, Matthew Real (Nick Jawchak 58), Sean Wilson (Omar Ayala 55), Kevin Carvalho (Derrick Amaniampong 44),  Morgan Hackworth, Abu Winter (Isaiah Young 38), Conor Bradley, Josue Monge (Colin Brezniak 60).

Matches played with 35-minute halves.
All statistics contained in this boxscore are unofficial

 

The Colorado Rapids were scheduled to play Flamengo, but the Brazilians’ flight to the United States was canceled. Flamengo are scheduled to arrive in time for Tuesday’s games and will make up their contest against Colorado on Wednesday afternoon.

 

Domestic Division

Montreal Impact 2, Chicago Fire 2 (Montreal won shootout 4-3)
Goals – Santiago Gonzalez, Gabriel Balbinoti (MTL); Rigoberto Rojas, Sebastian Padua (CHI)

Chivas USA 2, Columbus Crew 1
Goals – Johnathan Hernandez, own goal (CHV); Edward Folds (CLB)

Sporting Kansas City 2, D.C. United 1
Goals – Hector Solorio, Fernando Borges (SKC); Marshall Owen (DC)

Houston Dynamo 0, Portland Timbers 0 (Houston won shootout 2-1)