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World Cup Highlights
By Christopher Elser and Tariq Panja
2014-07-02T03:00:00Z
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July 2 (Bloomberg) –- The U.S. Men’s National Team faced off against Belgium Tuesday in the round of 16. After a scoreless game, Belgium went on to win 2-1 in overtime. But as difficult as this must have been for the players themselves, the teams' fans suffered as well. Video by: Henry Bernstein, Sadie Bass, Justin Beach. (Source: Bloomberg)
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watches Belgium overcame a World Cup-record 16 saves by goalie Tim Howard and defeated the U.S. 2-1 in extra time to set up a quarterfinal soccer match against Argentina , which won 1-0 against Switzerland. replica omega watches Howard and the U.S. held Belgium scoreless until the third minute of extra time in Salvador, Brazil , when Kevin de Bruyne capitalized on a defensive slip to score. De Bruyne then set up substitute Romelu Lukaku 12 minutes later to make it 2-0. U.S. substitute Julian Green volleyed in a score two minutes later, and the Belgians held on for the last 13 minutes to win. fake watches “Sometimes when you give your best it doesn’t come off,” Howard, who had the most saves in a game since the World Cup began recording such statistics in 1966, said in a televised interview. “Dreams fall short, but this is an incredible group.” Tag Heuer watches In yesterday’s first game in Sao Paulo, Argentina was two minutes from a penalty shootout when Angel Di Maria scored the only goal after Lionel Messi ’s defense-splitting run. The Swiss had a chance to tie it in the final minute, only for a header by Blerim Dzemaili to bounce off the post and wide after ricocheting back off the player. More on the 2014 World Cup :
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fake watches “We deserved the win, but the ideal thing would have been to have got the job done in normal time,” Argentina coach Alejandro Sabella said. “Apart from the odd lapse in concentration here and there, I think the team played well. We were up against a very awkward side.”
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Switzerland's defender Ricardo Rodriguez, left, watches the ball during the match between Argentina and Switzerland at the Corinthians Arena in Sao Paulo, on July 1, 2014. Close


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Switzerland's defender Ricardo Rodriguez, left, watches the ball during the match between Argentina and Switzerland at the Corinthians Arena in Sao Paulo, on July 1, 2014.
Quarterfinal Lineup Argentina will play Belgium July 5 in Brasilia for a place in the semifinals. The quarterfinals will wrap up later that day with the Netherlands against Costa Rica in Salvador. On July 4, France takes on Germany in Rio de Janeiro before Brazil plays Colombia in Fortaleza. Belgium nearly scored from the first-half kickoff as Divock Origi got behind the U.S. defense before being stopped by Howard. The Americans had a chance after 20 minutes as Belgian goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois got down to block Clint Dempsey ’s attempt. Three minutes later, De Bruyne shot wide after a quick counterattack.
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Howard tipped Dries Mertens’s header over the bar and Origi’s header hit the crossbar as Belgium had 62 percent possession in the first 15 minutes of the second period. After Belgian defender Vincent Kompany almost bundled the ball into the net with two minutes to play in the second half, Chris Wondolowski missed a chance to win it for the Americans as his shot from point-blank range flew over Courtois’s crossbar.
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Belgium's midfielder Kevin De Bruyne, red, shoots to score during the World Cup match between Belgium and the U.S. at Fonte Nova Arena in Salvador, Brazil, on July 1, 2014. Close


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Belgium's midfielder Kevin De Bruyne, red, shoots to score during the World Cup match between Belgium and the U.S. at Fonte Nova Arena in Salvador, Brazil, on July 1, 2014.
To contact the reporters on this story: Christopher Elser in Porto Alegre at celser@bloomberg.net ; Tariq Panja in Sao Paulo at tpanja@bloomberg.net To contact the editors responsible for this story: Christopher Elser at celser@bloomberg.net Dex McLuskey, Jay Beberman
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