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07-01-2014, 12:20 AM
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Not a real source, though.
But what is a real source?! If it's not Bob McKenzie or Pierre LeBrun I'm skeptical.

yeah.

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07-01-2014, 01:37 PM
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Amid all the free agency frenzy today, Argentina just won by the skin of their teeth against the Swiss. 1-0 final in extra time.

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The end of that game was crazy good

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Bad free kick at the end. Should have gone to a right footer.

Argentina does not impress me.

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Crazy good game USA - Belgium is. I know it's a foreign word to soccer/football but watching this world cup all I can think of is parity - the games are insanely tight and exciting.

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Another game into scoreless OT. Where the hell did all the goals go?

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Another game into scoreless OT. Where the hell did all the goals go?
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He's been good. Belgium draws 1st blood in ET. Man that Wondolowski miss at the end of regular time could be really bite the Americans hard.

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07-01-2014, 05:05 PM
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Mricans can't seem to muster any offence.

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07-01-2014, 05:09 PM
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Nice eagle costume by that USA fan.

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A few good rush by America, but can't seem to convert

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Mricans are inching closer and closer to being an elite squad. Give them two more Cups and I see them right there.

Howard is like Halak right now.

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Well, game over. Close out the lights.

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2-0. Good bye America, was nice while it lasted.

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Belgium vs Argentina

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What the **** is Klinsman doing!!!!!! Where's our ****ing 3rd substitute!!!???

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Dramatic finish!

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The two games today were insane. Specially the extra time.

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Best game of the tourney for me (from the ones I've watched). The ET was crazy and I desperately wanted penalties - this game deserved it imo. BTW it's crazy that the Belgian coach had the guts to take off Origi who at that point looked like the best player on the pitch. Lukaku ended up being the difference maker so kudos to him for that although he probably could have taken someone else off.

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heart broken by the Swiss loss that post at the end was just to much for me ...oh well. I'm still proud of them. Inler and Behrami stuffed Messi all game and that's quite an accomplishment. The play that lead to the goal was harsh because Lichtsteiner has been a stud for the "Nati" for many years now.

and the USA-Belgium game was insane. the pace was sooooo fast

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heart broken by the Swiss loss that post at the end was just to much for me ...oh well. I'm still proud of them. Inler and Behrami stuffed Messi all game and that's quite an accomplishment. The play that lead to the goal was harsh because Lichtsteiner has been a stud for the "Nati" for many years now.

and the USA-Belgium game was insane. the pace was sooooo fast
Yeah I felt for them. After Dzemali hit the post he had the rebound ricochet off his knee and of course it just had to go out for a goal kick... and it reminded me of how sports can just be that cruel sometimes. Switzerland played great for 3 games (we'll forget about that one off) and it seems like they're really coming on pretty well as a footballing country. The future looks bright.

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