U.S. men's soccer shows promising signs, flaws during 4-2 loss to Colombia in Tampa

TAMPA, Fla. — There were flashes of a bright future, but for now, the United States men’s national team is still finding its way.

It showed Thursday night in Raymond James Stadium. The U.S. fell 4-2 to Colombia in front of an announced crowd of 38,631. It was a record crowd for a men’s national team game in Tampa and it was dominated by Colombian fans.

The bright spots were there. The United States battled back early in the second half after falling behind and spending most of the first half on its back foot in the face of a potent Colombian attack.

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