Former Terp, Clarence Goodson Scores Winning Goal Vs Honduras

Former Maryland standout Clarence Goodson scored the game-winning goal as the U.S. Men’s National Team advanced to the CONCACAF Gold Cup final with a 2-0 victory against Honduras on Thursday night at Soldier Field in Chicago.

It was the first international goal for Goodson, a center back who played with the Terps for three seasons from 2000-2003. His header in the first half from the edge of the six yard box helped the U.S. to its third consecutive Gold Cup final and its seventh overall. Goodson becomes the 10th goal scorer in the tournament for a balanced U.S. squad.

Fellow former Terrapin Robbie Rogers was also very active in the match, nearly tallying an assist early in the contest, but Brian Ching’s header went just wide of the left post.

Former Maryland standout Clarence Goodson scored the game-winning goal as the U.S. Men’s National Team advanced to the CONCACAF Gold Cup final with a 2-0 victory against Honduras on Thursday night at Soldier Field in Chicago.

It was the first international goal for Goodson, a center back who played with the Terps for three seasons from 2000-2003. His header in the first half from the edge of the six yard box helped the U.S. to its third consecutive Gold Cup final and its seventh overall. Goodson becomes the 10th goal scorer in the tournament for a balanced U.S. squad.

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