U.S. advances to knock-out round in World Cup

Americans lose 1-0 to Germany but still earn berth in round of 16.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jun 26, 2014


The United States advanced today in the 2014 FIFA World Cup soccer tournament.

The Americans lost 1-0 to Germany this afternoon to finish 1-1-1 in Group G. Germany finished 2-0-1.

Both teams advance to the knock-out round of 16 in the tournament.

In the other Group G match today, Portugal defeated Ghana, 2-1. Portugal also was 1-1-1 but lost out to the U.S. for the second knock-out round berth based on the goal differenial tie-breaker.

The U.S. is scheduled to play the Group H winner Belgium on Tuesday. The accompanying bracket shows the match-ups. Click on the image to make it bigger.

How do you think the U.S. will do in the next round? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.



I tried watching some of the game today and I must say that soccer has got to be the most boring sport to watch.


I would rather watch soccer then baseball.


Even more boring than golf? Like any sport, it is more fun to play it than it is to watch it, well except maybe for boxing.

Chef Julio

Or the crap they are still trying to call American football (aka the NFL) - is it this season when the quarterbacks will get to wear flags so they don't get hit?


...football? ...I think multi-point, collision-activated airbags are the answer
...then an auto-distress call to OnStar
..."owee owee!"

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now that is funny...so true. quarterbacks today are the biggest wimps on the field. all the rule changes to protect the pretty boys of the team is ruining the game.

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GO TRIBE......


Soccer bites! LOL