Northern Ireland fail to make Milk Cup final after Mexico draw
Northern Ireland have missed out on the Elite Section final at the Milk Cup after a scoreless draw with Mexico at Coleraine on Monday night.
The hosts were beaten 5-3 by Chile in their opener and now face a fifth-sixth play-off against Turkey, who lost 1-0 to the USA.
Thursday's final is between Mexico and Denmark, who defeated Chile 2-1.
There were wins for Manchester United and Liverpool but Spurs were hammered 7-1 by South Coast Strikers.
United bounced back from their opening 2-0 defeat by Co Tyrone by crushing Revo Express 8-0 in the Premier Section in Ballymoney.
Co Tyrone followed up Saturday's shock success by edging out derby rivals Co Armagh 3-2.
Newcastle United also have a perfect record thanks to a 6-0 rout of Pachuca.
Liverpool made it two wins from two Junior Section games with a 3-0 victory over Union Temuco in Portstewart.
Everton were Monday's top scorers among the juniors as the Merseyside teenagers beat Cruz Azul 6-0.
Co Londonderry earned a 2-0 win over South Coast Strikers while Co Antrim defeated Dundalk by the same scoreline.
Mexico twice came close twice in the first half against the hosts at the Coleraine Showgrounds.
James Sendels-White cleared off the line after Julio Enrique Gomez chipped keeper Gareth Deane.
Deane then tipped over from an Antoni Briseno header.
Northern Ireland improved after the break but failed to threaten until the final minutes, when Shay McCartan had a chance but hesitated and the ball was cleared.
Monday 23 July
USA 1-0 Turkey
Mexico 0-0 Northern Ireland
Chile 1-2 Denmark
Co Fermanagh 1-1 Otago
Bolton Wanderers 4-1 Co Down
Co Antrim 0-1 Cherry Orchard
Co Tyrone 3-2 Co Armagh
Ichifuna 0-0 Co Londonderry
CSKA Moscow 1-2 Etoile Lusitana
Deportivo Brazil 6-0 Benfica
Manchester Utd 8-0 Revo Express
Newcastle Utd 6-0 Pachuca
Tottenham Hotspur 1-7 South Coast Strikers
Co Fermanagh 0-2 Swindon Town
Co Londonderry 2-0 South Coast Strikers
CSKA Moscow 1-2 Brentford
Hapoel Haifa 0-3 Co Tyrone
North Dublin Schools 3-3 Co Down
Co Antrim 2-0 Dundalk
Ipswich Town 1-3 Queen of the South
Cruz Azul 0-6 Everton
Watford 4-0 Co Armagh
Liverpool 3-0 Union Temuco