Alphonso Ocampo-Chavez scored his first U17 World Cup qualifying goal in the United States’ 6-1 win over Barbados on Saturday. The USA improved to 2-0 in group stage play and carries a +6 goal-difference into the Guatemala match on Monday.
Ocampo-Chavez’s goal made it 6-0 in the 50th minute. He displayed an impressive touch to put him in on goal and then easily beat the charging goalkeeper.
GOAL Alfonso Ocampo-Chavez! Excellent ball over the top from Kobe, and AOC takes a deft first touch and finishes calmly. An open play goal!— Scuffed (@zlebmada) May 4, 2019
US goalkeeper Chituru Odunze just ordered a milkshake from one of the ballboys. pic.twitter.com/cwYfRCMSZo
Danny Levya, the Sounders’ other Homegrown Player on the USA’s U17 team, also started and played 55 minutes. He also started the tournament opener.