Marcos SÃ¡nchez Called up to Panama Men's National TeamMarch 8, 2013 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - D.C. United
D.C. United recently acquired SÃ¡nchez on a one-year loan from Panamanian club Tauro FC on Feb. 26. SÃ¡nchez features regularly for the Panama National Team and most recently assisted on a goal for the country in a 2-2 draw with Costa Rica in its first game of the Hexagonal Round on Feb. 6.
SÃ¡nchez, 23, has made 18 appearances (12 starts) for Panama's National Team and has tallied two goals for the nation. SÃ¡nchez debuted for D.C. United last Saturday (March 2) in the season opener against the Houston Dynamo, playing 17 minutes as a substitute. Previously with Tauro FC, SÃ¡nchez started four games in 2012 in the team's 2012-13 CONCACAF Champions League campaign. In total, SÃ¡nchez appeared in 66 games (49 starts) and scored four goals for Tauro FC from 2010-13.
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