USA too strong for Turkey

​The United States continued their World Cup preparations with a 2-1 victory over Turkey on Sunday evening.

Last Updated: 01/06/14 at 23:40 Post Comment

Clint Dempsey: Netted USA's second goal

Clint Dempsey: Netted USA's second goal

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German-born Fabien Johnson, one of USA manager Jurgen Klinsmann's army of young, dual-citizenship footballers, combined with Michael Bradley to open the scoring with a superb 26th-minute goal.

Former Fulham forward Clint Dempsey exploited a lapse in the Turkish defense to double the USA's lead in the 52nd minute.

Turkey pulled one goal back in the 90th minute with a penalty by Selcuk Inan.

The USA are in World Cup Group G alongwith Germany, Ghana and Portugal.

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