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  • How elusive Cristiano Ronaldo crossed up U.S. in final minute

    How elusive Cristiano Ronaldo crossed up U.S. in final minute
    The U.S. game plan Sunday was to control Cristiano Ronaldo. And for 94 minutes it worked like a charm. Then came the final 30 seconds of stoppage time, when Michael Bradley of the U.S. lost the ball at midfield, allowing Ronaldo to rush up the right...
  • U.S. blows one chance to advance at World Cup, but has another ahead

    U.S. blows one chance to advance at World Cup, but has another ahead
    The United States' 2-2 draw with Portugal on Sunday was a disappointing result. In a game played under extreme heat and humidity, and a rough field, the U.S. did a remarkable job of fighting back and positioning itself for a victory and a place in the...
  • After the first round, time for group therapy in Brazil

    After the first round, time for group therapy in Brazil
    The first round of a World Cup is a lot like a circus: There are clowns and high-wire acts, wild animals and magicians. And with 48 games in 14 days, it's hard to watch everything. So as the tournament paused Friday to bid arrivederci to Italy and the...
  • World Cup on Tuesday: Argentina takes on Switzerland

    TUESDAY'S GAMES ARGENTINA VS. SWITZERLAND Where: Sao Paulo. Time: 9 a.m. PDT. TV: ESPN, Univision. The buzz: After years of criticism that he can't win the big ones, Argentina's Lionel Messi has been on a mission in this World Cup. He scored the...
  • World Cup: U.S. needs to play aggressively against Belgium

    There should be no resting on any laurels by Team USA. No resting on anything, for that matter. The Americans, of modest talent, have survived this far into the FIFA World Cup with an overflow of effort and need to remain Energizer bunnies for 90...
  • 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,...
  • What the U.S. needs to do to defeat Belgium

    What the U.S. needs to do to defeat Belgium
    There should be no resting on any laurels by Team USA. No resting on anything, for that matter. The Americans, of modest talent, have survived this far into the World Cup with an overflow of effort and need to remain Energizer Bunnies for 90 minutes (or...
  • World Cup: U.S. Coach Klinsmann makes big lineup changes against Belgium

    Captain Clint Dempsey hinted the U.S. would try a different formation for Tuesday's World Cup elimination game with Belgium. And he was right, with Coach Juergen Klinsmann, in need of attacking strength, moving midfielder Alejandro Bedoya into a...
  • U.S. has a score to settle with Ghana at World Cup

    U.S. has a score to settle with Ghana at World Cup
    Tim Howard was asked what he remembers most about his last World Cup game in South Africa. "We lost," the U.S. goalkeeper said. He and the five other veterans of that 2010 team have had four years to think about that loss to Ghana, the same country...
  • U.S. World Cup team seems built for the future

    A day after arriving at the U.S. team's World Cup training camp last month, goalkeeper Tim Howard was asked what he thought of Landon Donovan's play. "For me it's a very easy equation," he said. "If Landon's on the field he's among our top one or two...
  • United States to finally kick off World Cup

    United States to finally kick off World Cup
    Yesterday in one sentence: Sunday is basically irrelevant because all I can think about is the U.S. game, but since this is a regular feature, yesterday was proof the Europeans can beat non-European teams (even if they aren't good ones) and Lionel Messi...