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USA U-18s beat Chivas Guadalajara in friendly

First match of training.

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The United States under-18 national team opened their three-match friendly trip with a 4-0 win over Chivas in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Ernesto Espinoza opened the scoring in the 26th minute off a free kick.

Nick Taitague converted a penalty kick in the 66th minute to double the lead.

Chivas conceded an own goal, deflecting a Justin Rennicks' cross into their own net, in the 80th minute.

Taitague scored his second of the match in the 90th minute, converting an Arda Bulut assist.

The U-18s will face Universidad de Guadalajara on June 2nd and Atlas on June 7th.

Roster for the camp included below (via U.S. Soccer):

GOALKEEPERS (3): Cameron Douglas (Sacramento Republic FC; Granite Bay, Calif.), Eric Lopez (LA Galaxy; Los Angeles, Calif.), Brady Scott (De Anza Force Academy; Petaluma, Calif.)

DEFENDERS (7): Tyler Adams (New York Red Bulls; Wappingers Fall, N.Y.), Kyle Gruno (Leicester City; Saddle River, N.J.), Daniel Jones (New England Revolution Academy; West Hartford, Conn.), Matthew Real (Philadelphia Union; Drexel Hill, N.J), Aedan Stanely (St. Louis Scott Gallagher SC; Columbia, Ill.), Angel Uribe (Club Tijuana; San Diego, Calif.), Carson Vom Steeg (Real So Cal; Santa Barbara, Calif.)

MIDFIELDERS (7): Raul Aguilera (Orlando City SC Academy; Sanford, Fla.), Paolo Belloni Urso (Genoa C.F.C; Del Ray Beach, Fla.), Jose Carranza (DC United; Masassas, Va.) Jonathan Filipe (Beachside SC; Valhalla, N.Y.) Paxton Pomykal (FC Dallas; Highland Village, Texas), Brandon Servania (FC Dallas; Birmingham, Ala.), Nicholas Taitague (Carolina RailHawks FC; Midlothian, Va.)

FORWARDS (7): Shaft Brewer Jr. (Sacramento Republic FC; Sacramento, Calif.) Arda Bulut (San Jose Earthquakes; Los Gatos, Calif.), Griffen Dorsey (Colorado Rush; Evergreen, Colo.), Ernesto Espinoza (Club Tijuana; San Diego, Calif.), Andrew Paoli (San Jose Earthquakes; San Jose, Calif.), Justin Rennicks (New England Revolution Academy; Hamilton, Mass.), Aristotle Zarris (Real Salt Lake AZ; Casa Grande, Ariz.)