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Manchester Utd victory among Milk Cup action on day two

Results and pictures from the second day of this year's youth event

Manchester United have defeated US side Strikers FC South Coast during the second day of this year's Milk Cup.

Meanwhile there were mixed results for local sides - with Fermanagh, Londonderry and Armagh losing their Premier Section matches.

But Co Tyrone managed to put two past New Zealand team Otago Utd - keeping a clean sheet in the process.

Co Antrim also defeated German side TuS Altenberge 2 - 1.

On Monday, Northern Ireland beat Denmark 2 - 1 as the first matches kicked off across the north coast.

The side got their campaign off to a winning start thanks to goals from Andrew Mitchell and Dion Charles.

Andrew Mitchell fired the ball home in added time during the first half, before Charles landed a strike on target in the second.

The annual youth tournament got underway on Sunday with a grand opening ceremony at Coleraine Showgrounds.

Teams from across the globe joined together to mark the start of the annual youth football tournament - parading through the Co Londonderry town ahead of the start of games.

Thousands are set to descend on the north coast for five days of matches before the finals on Friday.

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Manchester United 2 - 0 Strikers FC South Coast

Co Fermanagh 1 - 5 Club America de Mexico

Vendee FC 0 - 1 Cruz Azul

CSKA Moscow 5 - 0 Bohemian FC

Cherry Orchard 4 - 1 Co Down

Co Tyrone 2 - 0 Otago Utd

O'Higgins FC 1 - 3 Liverpool

Co Antrim 2 - 1 TuS Altenberge

Co Londonderry 0 - 2 SC Corinthians

Co Armagh 0 - 2 Newcastle Utd



Ipswich Town 1 - 1 Co Londonderry

Co Fermanagh 0 - 1 Plymouth Argyle

Strikers FC South Coast 1 - 0 Japan

Co Armagh 0 - 2 Swindon Town

Everton 3 - 0 Dundalk SL

Co Tyrone 1 - 0 Southampton

Co Antrim 2 - 2 Brentford

Co Down 3 - 0 San Luis de Colina

Watford 3 - 2 North Dublin SL

Liverpool 1 - 1 Cavan Monaghan DL





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