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Home >Soccer America Daily > Sunday, July 4, 2010
[SPAIN-PARAGUAY] Spain reached the quarterfinals of the World Cup for the first time, but it wasn't easy. It needed a goal from David Villa -- his tournament-high fifth -- in the 83rd minute to beat upstart Paraguay, 1-0. Here's what we liked and didn't like about Spain-Paraguay ... Read the whole story
[REACTION] This was supposed to be the World Cup at which Lionel Messi would prove his critics wrong. He would duplicate the success with Argentina he has had with Barcelona. But the 23-year-old star was left in tears after Argentina fell to Germany, 4-0, in Saturday's quarterfinals. He was not ... Read the whole story
[MLS] Juan Pablo Angel's ninth goal of the season gave the visiting New York Red Bulls a 1-1 tie at the Colorado Rapids, extending their unbeaten streak to four games. For all the summaries, conference standings and holiday weekend schedule ... Read the whole story
[WPS] Christine Sinclair set a WPS record for the fastest goal with a first-minute goal and FC Gold Pride set a club record with four goals in its 4-0 win at Atlanta on Saturday night. Read the whole story


What They're Saying

"I was a boy and I didn't really realize the importance of things. I will be 50 on Oct. 30. I'm mature and this is the toughest moment of my life. Having so many great players, this is really like a kick in the face. I have no more energy for anything." -- Argentina coach Diego Maradona, saying his team's 4-0 loss to Germany on Saturday was harder to take than its elimination from the 1982 World Cup, his first tournament as a player. (New York Times) ...More

World Cup 2010 in brief

[SCOREBOARD] The 2010 World Cup finished with an average of 2.27 goals a game, the second lowest in history. Spain's eight goals in seven games were the fewest of any team to win the World Cup. For all the World Cup results and leading scorers ... ...More



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