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Home > Soccer America Daily > Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2012
[USA-CANADA] The USA played three of the greatest games in the history of women's soccer, beating Brazil on penalty kicks and France before losing to Japan in another shootout in the final at the 2011 Women's World Cup. But those games couldn't touch Monday's USA-Canada Olympic semifinal for drama. Read the whole story
[USA-CANADA REPORT CARD] If it wasn't the greatest game in the history of women's soccer, it must rank very near the top. The Americans rallied three times from one-goal deficits imposed by Canadian nemesis Christine Sinclair before Alex Morgan headed home the winner in the final seconds of overtime stoppage ... Read the whole story
[JAPAN-FRANCE] It took a long time for France to get over its 3-1 loss to the USA in the semifinals of the 2011 Women's World Cup. But that will be nothing like the disappointment following the Bleues' 2-1 loss to Japan in the semifinals of the Olympic women's soccer competition. ... Read the whole story
[DATEBOOK] A new Olympic men's soccer champion will be crowned. The farthest Mexico or Japan, which meet in Tuesday's first semifinal at Wembley Stadium, advanced was in 1968 when Japan beat Mexico, 2-0, in the bronze-medal game. Brazil, which faces South Korea in the second game in Manchester, has reached ... Read the whole story

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"It was a crazy battle."-- Alex Morgan on the USA's Olympic semifinal victory over Canada, which took the lead three times before falling, 4-3, in overtime to Morgan's 123rd minute goal. ( ...More

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