USA victorious as Germany, France held
Fabian Johnson and Clint Dempsey scored as the United States beat Turkey 2-1 in their second of three friendlies before the World Cup on Sunday in Harrison, New Jersey.
Johnson gave the U.S. a lead in the 26th minute after completing a one-two with Michael Bradley, who passed over the top of Turkey's back line for Johnson to slot into the lower-left corner.
Dempsey, who missed the U.S.' win over Azerbaijan with a sore groin, doubled the lead with a tap-in after 52 minutes following Turkey defender Hakan Balta's botched clearance.
Turkey had their share of chances at the U.S. goal, but keepers Tim Howard and Brad Guzan, who came in at haltime, kept them off the score sheet until the 90th minute, when Selcuk Inan converted a penalty.
Germany had to settle for a 2-2 draw with Cameroon in their last match before coach Joachim Loew names his final squad for the World Cup in Brazil.
Samual Eto'o put Cameroon ahead in the 62nd minute, before Thomas Mueller and Andre Schuerrle gave Germany the lead. But Maxim Choupo-Moting clinched the draw in the 78th minute after a breathless period in the second half.
Goals by Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard gave Belgium a 2-0 win over Sweden in a World Cup warm-up game.
After a slow start, the Belgians took advantage of a Swedish defensive mistake that allowed Axel Witsel to set up Lukaku in the 34th minute. Hazard easily rolled in the second goal in the 78th minute from a pass by Kevin De Bruyne.
France were denied victory over Paraguay in their World Cup warm-up match in Nice as Victor Caceres scored his first international goal late on tp secure a 1-1 draw.
Antoine Griezmann scored in the 82nd minute to give France a deserved lead after they had dominated the match in both chances and possession, but Caceres, who has played more than 50 games for his country without finding the net, headed the equaliser in the last minute.
Omer Damari and Gil Vermouth scored in the second half to help Israel beat World Cup-bound Honduras 4-2 in Houston, Texas.
Honduras also dropped a 2-0 decision to Turkey on Thursday night in Washington. Israel were coming off a 3-0 loss to Mexico on Wednesday night in Mexico City.
After Eran Zahavi put Israel ahead in the 33rd minute, Honduras tied it on Roger Espinoza's goal, but Israel regained the lead in the 52nd minute on an own goal as Tal Ben Haim's shot from the left box went in off Honduras' Maynor Figueroa.
Damari added to the lead in the 60th minute, and Vermouth made it 4-1 in the 75th minute, taking a pass in the upper right box, gathering it and sending a shot off the near post and into the goal. Carlo Costly scored in the 83rd minute for Honduras, heading in a cross from Espinoza.