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  • U.S. vs. Belgium: Who has the edge?

    Attacking: Each team managed just four goals in group play with all of Belgium’s scores coming in the final 20 minutes of its games. Belgium, though underperforming, still has been more active and more balanced in its attack, averaging four more...
  • United States can announce itself to world with World Cup win over Belgium

    United States can announce itself to world with World Cup win over Belgium
    Yesterday in one sentence: Neither had it as easy as they might have hoped, but Germany and France set up a showdown in the quarterfinal with wins over Algeria and Nigeria. What's on tap: Argentina vs. Switzerland, noon, ESPN; Belgium vs. United States,...
  • Enthusiastic group of U.S. fans on hand for game against Belgium

    Enthusiastic group of U.S. fans on hand for game against Belgium
    More than 200,000 World Cup tickets were sold in the United States. Only Brazil, the host nation, bought more. And a good portion of those fans followed the U.S. team around the country for its three group-play games. Now comes the knockout round....
  • World Cup: U.S. fans react on social media during loss to Belgium

    World Cup: U.S. fans react on social media during loss to Belgium
    “I believe that we will win.” The phrase is defiant, proud, optimistic. And to many Twitter users, it was one thing above all else: American. The believers didn’t get their win, as the U.S. lost, 2-1, to Belgium in the World Cup. But...
  • For U.S. soccer fans, shared disappointment in World Cup loss to Belgium

    For U.S. soccer fans, shared disappointment in World Cup loss to Belgium
    The U.S. soccer team may have failed to get into the quarterfinals in its 2-1 World Cup knockout loss to Belgium on Tuesday, but for many fans who gathered across the Southland to watch, it wasn’t a complete loss. From downtown Los Angeles to...
  • Jeff Jacobs: U.S. Soccer Fans Have Fun Time, Despite Loss

    Jeff Jacobs: U.S. Soccer Fans Have Fun Time, Despite Loss
    HARTFORD — It started in the 106th minute early Tuesday evening, only a few stifled groans after Romelu Lukaku had given Belgium a two-goal World Cup lead. A little tinny at first, a few voices scattered among the 300 or so American Outlaws fans...
  • After World Cup loss, U.S. fans don't waffle in their pride

    After World Cup loss, U.S. fans don't waffle in their pride
    Hide your waffle irons, America. After the U.S. lost, 2-1, in extra time to Belgium in the World Cup Round of 16, the domestic reaction has been more resigned pride than vitriol. Still, the Belgian waffle had already been the target of some American...
  • United States needs just a point against Germany to move on to last 16

    United States needs just a point against Germany to move on to last 16
    Yesterday in one sentence:¬†Argentina and Nigeria played Arena Football defense and Ecuador and France threw the kitchen sink at each other while Switzerland improbably got its act together to advance to the last 16. What’s on tap:¬†United States...
  • World Cup games Sunday on TV

    SUNDAY'S GAMES GROUP H: BELGIUM VS. RUSSIA Where: Rio de Janeiro. Time: 9 a.m. PDT. TV: ABC, Univision. The buzz: Belgium was expected to go far in this tournament, but it struggled to finish in an opener in which it dominated possession and outshot...
  • Ratings: USA-Belgium Sets World Cup Record for ESPN

    Despite an afternoon start time that made it difficult for many Americans to get home to see it, Tuesday's U.S. men's soccer match against Belgium in the FIFA World Cup delivered huge ratings for ESPN -- setting a cable record for the sport. According to...
  • Tim Howard can't save U.S. at World Cup

    When the final whistle sounded after 120 minutes, some players bent at the waist, gasping for air. Others knelt in the middle of field and some lay in the grass. But Tim Howard, as he had all night, stood tall in front of the goal. The U.S. soccer...