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  • Ronaldo's goal lets U.S. breathe

    Ronaldo's goal lets U.S. breathe
    Let’s go back and revisit the moment when the U.S. knew it was advancing to the round of 16 for the second straight year — a historic first. If we’re looking for a singular moment in the U.S.-Germany game, we’ll wander around...
  • A look at U.S. World Cup history

    The best U.S. finish at the World Cup was third place back in 1930. It’s been a while. 1930 marked the first World Cup, held in Uruguay with a 13-team field. In contrast, 32 teams made it to Brazil this year, with hundreds vying for those...
  • U.S. soccer team advances at World Cup, loses to Germany, 1-0

    The U.S. may have lost a game Thursday. But it won both a huge amount of respect and a spot in the World Cup’s second round despite dropping a 1-0 decision to Germany in the group-play final for both teams. In a game marred by rain and a soggy...
  • Rivalry and rapport: Germany, USA soccer fans cheer together

    WASHINGTON Gary Overman was utterly convinced that the U.S. national soccer team could beat Germany on Thursday and qualify for the next round of play at the top of its World Cup group. "I believe, yes, I believe," said Overman. "Come on! USA all the...
  • Josh Duhamel posts cute pic with son Axl in matching soccer gear

    Josh Duhamel posts cute pic with son Axl in matching soccer gear
    The U.S. soccer team lost to Germany in a World Cup match on Thursday, but fans of all things cute do have a consolation prize: a pre-game photo Josh Duhamel posted of himself and son Axl wearing matching team jerseys. "GO #USA!!! (or a Portugal/Ghana...
  • Fans skip work, yell at TV, and U.S. wins by losing

    Fans skip work, yell at TV, and U.S. wins by losing
    The possibilities were as dizzying as a Tim Howard punt into the muggy Brazilian sky. If the United States could beat or tie Germany in Thursday's crucial game, it would advance to the knockout round of the World Cup for the fourth time in 64 years....
  • Portugal vence 2-1 a Ghana con gol de Ronaldo, pero queda eliminada

    BRASILIA (Reuters) - Cristiano Ronaldo anotó su primer gol en el Mundial y la selección de fútbol de Portugal le ganó 2-1 a Ghana el jueves, pero no sirvió de mucho porque ambos equipos quedaron eliminados del torneo debido a que Estados Unidos finalizó...
  • Portugal ousted despite win vs. Ghana

    Portugal ousted despite win vs. Ghana
    BRASILA, Brazil -- Cristiano Ronaldo's 80th-minute goal handed Portugal a 2-1 win over Ghana at the Estadio Nacional on Thursday, but it wasn't enough to lift the team into the next round. Portugal entered the match with a far inferior goal difference...
  • Estados Unidos se enfrenta a Alemania por su boleto a octavos

     Estados Unidos se enfrenta a Alemania por su boleto a octavos
    RECIFE - Un empate hoy en Recife, sin importar si el partido es soso o intenso, bastará al mundillo del fútbol para afianzar sospechas sobre la comunión de intereses entre las selecciones de Estados Unidos y Alemania por una plaza en los octavos de...
  • U.S. is in the position it hoped for at World Cup

    U.S. is in the position it hoped for at World Cup
    When the U.S. team landed in Brazil two weeks ago, its path to the second round of the World Cup was a simple one: beat Ghana, play Portugal to a tie and hope the tiebreakers work in its favor. That's exactly how things have played out. With nothing...
  • World Cup fans to crowd Hermosa Beach Pier for U.S. v. Germany match

    Thousands of fans are expected to pack the Hermosa Beach Pier on Thursday morning to cheer on the U.S. national soccer team when they take on Germany at the World Cup. As they did for the U.S. 2-1 victory over Ghana, the L.A. Galaxy will be broadcasting...