CARSON, CA - JUNE 18: Brek Shea #20 of FC Dallas celebrates his first half goal in front of goalkeeper Dan Kennedy #1 of Chivas USA during their MLS match at The Home Depot Center on June 18, 2011 in Carson, California. (Photo by Victor Decolongon/Getty Images)
Unless you've been living under a rock or are just downright un-patriotic, you saw Brek Shea come on for the last half hour of the USA vs Mexico game with the Americans down 1-0. Shea would go on to make the deciding play of the match for the United States with a signature cross from his left foot that beat the Mexican backline and found Robbie Rogers unmarked at the back post.
For Shea, it's arguably the biggest moment yet in the young player's career and will surely garner him another look when the US faces Costa Rica in about a month's time.
MNT vs. Mexico: Robbie Rogers Goal - Aug. 10, 2011 (via ussoccerdotcom)
Marvin Chavez played for Honduras tonight as well, jump to see how that went
The Mosquito came on for the last 27 minutes of Honduras' 2-0 victory over Venezuela and played well according to the Twitterverse....He hit the post just minutes after coming into the game as you can see in the highlights below at around 2:00
Honduras vs Venezuela 2-0 [10/08/11] Amistoso Internacional (via VSHN2)
Great night all around for FCD players on the international stage...