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  • ESPN, Univision Score Record Live-Streaming with World Cup USA-Germany Match

    ESPN said Thursday's 2014 FIFA World Cup match between the U.S. and Germany yielded its highest-ever online viewership -- with 3.2 million live unique viewers -- even though the heavy demand blocked many from accessing the sports cabler's live stream....
  • Chicago businesses relish World Cup fans

    Chicago businesses relish World Cup fans
    David Gubala, a Chicago Soccer sporting goods chain regional manager, was anxious Thursday — not so much about the match between the United States and Germany. Instead, he was worried that Ghana would beat Portugal and knock the U.S. out of...
  • U.S. Falls To Germany, 1-0; Still Advances To Knockout Round

    U.S. Falls To Germany, 1-0; Still Advances To Knockout Round
    RECIFE, Brazil — Omar Gonzalez can't remember the last time he celebrated a loss. But he did just that Thursday, standing in the middle of a rain-soaked field wearing a goofy grin and hugging anyone that came near after the U.S. national team...
  • Lafayette High athletes enjoy seeing U.S. men's soccer team advance

    Lafayette High athletes enjoy seeing U.S. men's soccer team advance
    WILLIAMSBURG — Forget Germany's World Cup history, which includes three titles and advancement to at least the final eight in 15 consecutive events. Lafayette High's boys soccer players believed that we can win, to borrow the catch phrase of this...
  • World Cup's brave new world

    World Cup's brave new world
    The game wasn't pretty, but in this World Cup tipped upside down, it makes sense that a loss equaled a win for a U.S. team that now advances to the knockout stage. By staying close to Germany in a rain-soaked 1-0 defeat, the Americans sneaked through...
  • Valley soccer fans: 'We advanced, that's all that matters'

    Fans who gathered early to watch the U.S.-Germany soccer match Thursday at Bethlehem's SteelStacks knew the odds were stacked against the Americans. Both teams had one win and one tie going into the game, but Germany had reached the semifinals in six of...
  • U.S. loses to Germany but reaches next round of World Cup

    U.S. loses to Germany but reaches next round of World Cup
    Omar Gonzalez can't remember the last time he celebrated a loss. But the U.S. defender did just that Thursday, standing in the middle of a rain-soaked field wearing a goofy grin and hugging anyone who came near after the U.S. national team lost for...
  • USA-Germany Rating Lower for ESPN, But Online Viewing Rises

    As would be expected, Thursday's early start time cut into viewership of ESPN's coverage of Team USA's match against Germany in the World Cup, but it helped draw more viewers to the net's online streaming of the game. According to Nielsen estimates,...
  • Cristiano Ronaldo helps U.S. in Portugal's 2-1 win over Ghana

    Cristiano Ronaldo helps U.S. in Portugal's 2-1 win over Ghana
    Neither friend nor enemy, Cristiano Ronaldo exits the World Cup as a frenemy of the U.S. The soccer maestro, whose 11th-hour assist Sunday delayed the Americans' entry into the knockout phase, helped assure it Thursday with the deciding goal in Portugal's...
  • Commentary: US cheated Death and got away with it

    To cheat Death is a tall order, but that's what the U.S. men's soccer team has done. They are advancing in the World Cup and will play Tuesday against Belgium. They won their place as one of the 16 best soccer teams on the planet despite losing 1-0 to...
  • U.S. Emerges From Group Of Death With Renewed Confidence; Belgium Up Next

    It was considered the 'Group of Death' in the United States but Juergen Klinsmann's team emerged from Group G to earn a second-round clash with Belgium (Tuesday, 4 p.m., ESPN) and now believe they can really make the world sit up and take notice....