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Home > Soccer America Daily > Thursday, May 31, 2012
[USA-BRAZIL REPORT CARD] A five-game U.S.win streak ended with a 4-1 loss to Brazil, though a late U.S. flurry probably deserved the reward of a second goal. Several players nevertheless came up with solid performances. Read the whole story
[USA-BRAZIL] Brazil thumped the USA, 4-1, in Maryland on Wednesday thanks to spectactular efforts on both ends of the field, but there were bright spots from the USA. Ridge Mahoney explains ... Read the whole story
[U.S. OPEN CUP] The Cinderella story of Eric Wynalda's amateur Cal FC continued as the USASA team upset the Portland Timbers, 1-0, in overtime to move into the fourth round of the U.S. Open Cup, where it will face three-time defending champion Seattle Sounders, 5-1 winners over the Atlanta Silverbacks. ... Read the whole story
[EURO 2012 WARM-UPS] Spain warmed up for the European Championship with its second win in four days, a 4-1 win over South Korea in Bern, Switzerland. Fernando Torres had the first goal for the Spaniards, who were playing without their Barcelona stars. The Netherlands received a scare when Wesley Sneijder ... Read the whole story
[WEEKLY HONORS] Richmond Kickers forward Chris Agorsor was named the USL PRO Player of the Week after he scored a pair of stoppage-time goals to give the Kickers a 3-1 victory over the Wilmington Hammerheads. FC Edmonton striker Shaun Saiko was named the NASL Offensive Player of the Week for ... Read the whole story


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"They were clinical in their finishing. They made us pay. And if I was a little bit more clinical, and if I could make them pay, then I think we're talking about a different scoreline. 4-1 wasn't really indicative of how this game went down." -- Herculez Gomez after Brazil's 4-1 win over the USA. (Fox Soccer) ...More


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