The United States' run in the World Cup came to an end with a heartbreaking 2-1 loss to Belgium on Tuesday. Goalkeeper Tim Howard came out a winner, though, notching 16 saves -- the most in a World Cup match since 1966.
The US takes on Belgium today (July 1) in the knockout round of the World Cup. The US defied expectations by surviving the so-called 'Group of Death,' so why can't Uncle Sam's boys continue its unlikely quest for soccer immortality?
UNDATED (AP) — The U.S. is back in action at the World Cup this afternoon. The Americans will face Belgium in a second round match with the loser eliminated. The Americans got some good news yesterday as Jozy Altidore (JOH'-zee AL'-tih-dohr) will be available for the match
The World Cup once again takes over our airwaves as we hit the 4th week of action from Brazil - We also feature our annual July 4th MLB Game, as well as more Baseball over the weekend - Get this week's broadcast schedule below (special events in bold - times and games subject to change):
UNDATED (AP) — The United States will be without veteran striker Jozy Altidore (JOH'-zee AL'-tih-door) for Thursday's key World Cup match with Germany. He'll miss a second straight match due to a strained left hamstring he suffered in the opening win against Ghana
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