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  • 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...
  • John Brooks gets U.S. headed in right direction in 2-1 win over Ghana

    It's all starting to come together. The U.S. team's route out of pool play in this World Cup, which looked muddled and confused Monday morning, became as clean as Michael Bradley's bald head by Monday evening following the Americans' physical 2-1 win...
  • U.S. beats Ghana, but win is costly

    U.S. beats Ghana, but win is costly
    NATAL, Brazil — It's all starting to come together. The United States' route out of World Cup group play, which looked muddled and confused Monday morning, had become as clean as Michael Bradley's bald head by Monday evening after the American's...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • U.S., Germany World Cup Preview: Americans should advance

    U.S., Germany World Cup Preview: Americans should advance
    The U.S. will take the field today against Germany with a berth in the World Cup Round of 16 on the line. Plenty more is at stake. When U.S. Soccer Federation president Sunil Gulati met with reporters in Brazil on Wednesday he listed the reasons...
  • U.S. loses to Belgium, 2-1, as its World Cup run ends

    Cinderella’s glass slipper cracked. Seabiscuit pulled up lame on the backstretch. Kirk Gibson’s long drive died on the warning track. After a remarkable underdog run through four games and one overtime period, the U.S. soccer team’...
  • DaMarcus Beasley making most of fourth World Cup

    DaMarcus Beasley making most of fourth World Cup
    SAO PAULO (AP) — DaMarcus Beasley is playing his latest, and likely last, World Cup with little fanfare — just the way the soft-spoken defender prefers it. Beasley is determined to keep his focus on the field as he goes about his business...
  • Belgium ousts U.S. 2-1 in dramatic fashion

    Belgium ousts U.S. 2-1 in dramatic fashion
    SALVADOR, Brazil -- Cinderella’s glass slipper cracked. Seabiscuit pulled up lame on the backstretch. Kirk Gibson’s long drive died on the warning track. After a remarkable underdog run through four games and one overtime period, the U.S....
  • For Omar Gonzalez, starting for U.S. in World Cup is pinch-me time

    It's hard to escape the World Cup in Brazil. The tournament logo hangs from lamp posts. It's painted on walls and affixed to the sides of buses and the windshields of cars. Flags unfurl from balconies, games run in endless loops on television and half...
  • U.S. and Belgium have brief history at World Cup

    U.S. and Belgium have brief history at World Cup
    The last time the No. 13 U.S. and No. 11 Belgium played in the World Cup, they sailed there. Yes, sailed. The teams embarked on ocean steamer voyages to make it to the first-ever World Cup in 1930, hosted by Uruguay. Except the tournament wasn’t...
  • World Cup: U.S. Coach Klinsmann makes big lineup changes against Belgium

    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...