What They're Saying

"Uruguay made it very, very hard for us to establish any kind of rhythm and we struggled quite frankly throughout the game. But great teams find ways to win and I think our will power, the willingness to sacrifice, the willingness to go where it hurts, which we did, to go down and come back and eventually win the game and hold on for dear life, showed me the quality of the team that only through games you find out. You talk about being courageous and today they showed they're a team [that is courageous]."

-- U.S. U-20 coach Thomas Rongen on his team's 2-1 overtime win over Uruguay that sends the USA into the quarterfinals of the U-20 World Cup.

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