Thursday, June 26, 2014

U.S losses Germany but still advances in world cup

Million of U.S fans were excited to see what happened in match between U.S. and Germany.  Thousands of fans were gathered in Grant Park, most of them came in red, white and blue with their necks craned up to the big screen.

The 1-0 loss over Germany while the other side Portugal’s 2-1 win over a dissent-wracked Ghana team, based on goal differential. U.S coach Jürgen Klinsmannürgen made two big changes to the lineup that played against Portugal. Central defender Omar Gonzales, who had lost favor going into the tournament, was called in to replace Geoff Cameron, whose mistakes had cost the team the win over Portugal. 

Gonzales proved another good thing to show his abilities to keeping Germany off the scoreboard in the first half. All U.S fans increased their passion with the U.S. soccer team's success. 

The United States finished with a win, securing second place in Group G, now they will face Belgium, which are winner of Group H, on Tuesday in Salvador.

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