Tuesday, October 22, 2013

U.s. Soccer Enjoying 2013 Success

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The women are 11-0-2. Combined: 27-3-4 with 98 goals for, 30 against. Mens high points: 2-0 victory over Mexico to clinch World Cup berth, 1-0 victory over Panama to win Gold Cup, 4-3 victory at Bosnia-Herzegovina. Womens high points: 2-0 victory over Germany at Algarve Cup, 3-3 draw at Germany, 3-0 victory at Canada. Mens low points: 2-1 loss in qualifier at Honduras, 4-2 loss in friendly to Belgium, 0-0 draw in friendly with Canada.

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