- dave 6-23-2014 12:53 am

- Skinny 6-23-2014 1:51 am

Watched on a delay, so now we can agree: Nooooooooooooooo!
- b. 6-23-2014 2:09 am

i had to turn it off as quickly as possible so i didnt rewind it but i think somebody gave the ball away in midfield that set up the scoring opportunity. if they had just found a way to knock it up field the game would have been over. still, it took the perfect ball to score, and if you had asked me if i would have been happy with a tie after that awful first goal, i would have said yes.

two ways for the us to get through: ghana and portugal tie which is a possibility as they both have something to play for, or the us beat or tie germany. would have been a lot easier if the us could have held out FOR ONE MORE PLAY!


- dave 6-23-2014 2:51 am

Incredible match, that was fun to watch. according to this we are likely to move on...
- linda 6-23-2014 6:10 am

i thought i read the 2010 world cup final had 25 million us viewers but

After network-best overnight ratings, the network averaged 18.2 million viewers for the game. Not only is that a World Cup best, it's a soccer best. It marks the sport's most watched game in U.S. TV history, easily eclipsing any non-football telecast for ESPN.

- dave 6-23-2014 10:35 pm

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