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Bright future: USMNT U-20, U-23 teams impress in friendlies

The United States youth national teams wrapped up their March camps with a pair of impressive performances. 

On Sunday the U-23 side, led by MLSers Djordje Mihailovic, Jeremy Ebobisse and Miles Robinson — as well as European-based players Tim Weah and Josh Sargent — played out a scoreless draw against the Netherlands. The Dutch side featured Justin Kluivert, who was bought by Italian giants AS Roma last summer for $20 million. 

Keaton Parks, JT Marcinkowski, and Julian Araujo also started, while Derrick Jones, Donovan Pines, Marco Farfan and Jackson Yueill entered from the bench. 

Meanwhile on Monday, the U-20 side defeated Japan 2-1, as Andrew Carleton opened the scoring. 

The U-20's featured the likes of Trey Muse, Jaylin Lindsey, Aboubacar KeitaChris RichardsMatthew Real, Chris Durkin, Juan Pablo Torres, Frankie Amaya and Ayo Akinola

U-23 Lineup

JT Marcinkowski (Jonathan Klinsmann, 65'), Julian Araujo (Lucas Pos, 65'), Miles Robinson (Donovan Pines, 75'), Cameron Carter-Vickers (capt.), Antonee Robinson (Marco Farfan, 65'), Cameron Lindley (Derrick Jones, 65'), Keaton Parks (Jackson Yueill, 84'), Djordje Mihailovic, Tim Weah (Emmanuel Sabbi 87'), Josh Sargent (Haji Wright, 75'), Jeremy Ebobisse

U-20 Lineup

Trey Muse, Jaylin Lindsey (Sergino Dest, 79'), Aboubacar Keita (Chris Gloster, 46'), Chris Richards, Matthew Real, Juan Pablo Torres (Chris Durkin, 46'), Christian Cappis, Alex Mendez (Frankie Amaya, 70'), Konrad de la Fuente (Jonathan Amon, 46'), Ayo Akinola (C) (Sebastian Soto, 46'), Ulysses Llanez (Andrew Carleton, 46')


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