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Home > Special Edition > Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2008
Rout of Kiwis give USA Group G crownBy thrashing New Zealand, 4-0, to win Group G the U.S. women have not only avoided Brazil and Germany in the quarterfinal round and given themselves one more opportunity to sharpen their game, they've also ducked the possibility of playing both of their ... Read the whole story
"The USA will be a very dangerous opponent for us because they are one of the top teams at this competition and also because they will be playing for their lives." -- Nigeria striker Victor Obinna on Wednesday's showdown with the USA in men's soccer. The Americans could need a ... Read the whole story
[USA-NEW ZEALAND REPORT CARD] Soccer America's Ridge Mahoney grades the U.S. players' performance in their 4-0 win over New Zealand on Tuesday ... Read the whole story
[REACTION] U.S. coach Pia Sundhage said her team has come a long way from the disastrous first 15 minutes of the opening game against Norway. After struggling to beat Japan, the 4-0 win over New Zealand boosted the Americans' confidence heading into the knockout round. Read the whole story
Trailing at halftime, Japan stormed back for five second-half goals and stunned Norway, 5-1, The result left the USA, Norway and Japan 1-2-3 in Group G and reshuffled the projected quarterfinal pairings. For all the results and goal scorers ... Read the whole story
Group play in men's soccer concludes Wednesday when the USA faces Nigeria. Women's action continues Friday with four quarterfinal games: USA-Canada in Shanghai at 6 am ET, China-Japan, Germany-Sweden and Brazil-Norway. Complete soccer coverage is available on the NBC Olympic Soccer Channel and online at Check with your television ... Read the whole story

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