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US Advances With Late Goal

June 24, 2010 By: Katchop Category: Soccer

Landon Donovan scored the game winning goal for the US in extra time.

Former US President Bill Clinton gets ready to try out his vuvuzela during the US vs Algeria 2010 World Cup match (katchop)

Former US President Bill Clinton gets ready to try out his vuvuzela during the US vs Algeria 2010 World Cup match (katchop)

From washingtonpost.com

Twelve seconds made it their night, 12 seconds to move the ball from one end of Loftus Versfeld Stadium to the other and provide one of the most extraordinary and dramatic endings in the national team’s 94-year history.

Landon Donovan supplied the final touch, a seven-yard stab in the first minute of added time to lift the Americans to a 1-0 triumph before 35,827 spectators, including former president Bill Clinton.

The astounding finish left the U.S. team (1-0-2) atop its group for the first time in the modern era and set up a round-of-16 match against Ghana, the Group D runner-up with a 1-1-1 record, Saturday (2:30 p.m. EDT) in the northern city of Rustenburg.

Original Photos Yahoo, teamausstatter

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