Author: Ryan Day

Watch all four goals USMNT scored against Guatemala

The United States men’s national team needed a quick tune up game  to prepare for their Gold Cup campaign, which begins on July 7th against Honduras. So, they played lowly Guatemala and cruised to a 4-0 victory — and now USMNT is certainly one of the favorites in the tournament.

Want to watch all the goals? Here you go!

18th minute: DeAndre Yedlin crosses, but Guatemala scores an embarrassing own goal.

58th minute: Timmy Chandler shoots from range and beats Guatemalan goalkeeper Paulo Motta.

72nd minute: Michael Bradley (who was just appointed captain) was fouled in the box and Clint Dempsey taps in the ensuing penalty kick.

86th minute: The United States puts together a quick attack and Chris Wondolowski is in the right place at the right time. (And he reacts quickly enough to get the score.)

With the 4-0 victory, the United States is set to face Honduras on Tuesday, July 7th in their opening CONCACAF Gold Cup match in Frisco, Texas. The match starts at 9:30pm EST.

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USWNT vs. Germany, 2015 World Cup: TV schedule, time, announcers, and more

The United States women’s national team will be playing Germany in the seminfinals of the 2015 World Cup on Tuesday at 7pm EST… as underdogs?

That’s right. The USWNT is No. 2 in the world. Germany? No. 1.

But while America has cruised to easy victories after a shaky start against Australia in the opening match, Germany has looked its worst as recently as the quarterfinals, when they were outplayed by France and saved by poor shots and penalties.

As far as players to look for, Carli Lloyd has shown herself to be an asset in the pressure-packed games after the group round. But against Germany, she’ll likely play back and do a bit more defending. Which means Alex Morgan and Abby Wambach will be asked to bear more of the offense.

And what happened to Sydney Leroux last match? Was manager Jill Ellis just saving her for the last two games in the tournament? Let’s hope she gets some playing time tonight because she provides a much-needed spark on offense.

This is it. This is for all the marbles, ladies. Win and we go to the World Cup Finals. Lose… and we play for third place. And who wants to play for third place? Not me. And not you, either.


Match Date & Time: Tuesday, 7 p.m. ET

Venue: Olympic Stadium, Montreal, Quebec

TV: FOX (U.S. – English), NBC Universo (U.S. – Spanish), CTV, TSN, RDS (Canada), BBC3, Eurosport 1 (U.K.), ARD Das Erste, SRF zwei (Germany)

Online: FOX Soccer 2 Go (U.S. – English), NBC Deportes en vivo extra (U.S. – Spanish), TSN (Canada), BBC player, Eurosport player (U.K.), ORF TV Live Streaming, Das Erste live (Germany).

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Watch Carli Lloyd score, give USWNT 1-0 lead over China

The United States women’s national team put in a great first half against China, but went into the locker room drawn 0-0 at the half of the 2015 World Cup.

It only took six minutes of the second half to grab the lead.

Carli Lloyd scored a textbook header in the 51st minute to give the U.S. the 1-0 lead.

U-S-A! U-S-A! U-S-A!

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USWNT vs. China, World Cup 2015: TV schedule, time, announcers and more

The United States women’s national team is gearing up for their 2015 World Cup quarterfinals matchup against China, and yet pundits everywhere are calling them underperforming and overestimated.


We’re three victories away from another World Cup title and we’re underperforming. Good job, Planet Earth.

Tonight’s match is against China, a team they haven’t played in a World Cup match since 1999, a 0-0 draw that went to penalty kicks and launched the U.S. women’s national team into the international spotlight.

Watch the highlights below to see our 3-2 win in penalty kicks and GET AMERICA’D UP:

Get off our lawn, China. If (When) we win tonight, we’ll play the winner of the France-Germany match underway today.

Alright… that should be enough to get you ready for tonight’s USWNT match. PREPARE TO AMERICA.

Match Date & Time: Friday, 7:30 p.m. ET

Venue: Lansdowne Stadium, Ottawa, Canada

TV: FOX (English), NBC Deportes (Spanish)

Streaming: Fox Sports Go

Announcers: J.P. Dellacamera, Tony Dicicco and Cat Whitehill

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