States vs Portugal
Two fairly lucky goals helped Portugal back into the game but Nuno Gomes was was brought
on too late to make a difference; especially as America tried to drag the game out, deep
in the Portugal half, with time-wasting tactics.
Korea vs United States
The Koreans looked as though they wanted to win this game more than America and the United
States can thank their heroic goalkeeper for the point.
vs United States
Despite losing to Poland, American fans can thank South Korea for their place in the
Monday, June 17 Mexico vs United States in Jeonju
America won the CONCACAF battle to become the only team from the Confederation of North,
Central American and Caribbean Association to progress to the quarter-finals.
Friday, June 21 Germany vs United States in Ulsan
Team USA proved to the world that they can play football, even if they insist on calling
it soccer. They also learned that the best team doesn't always win.
3 Greg Berhalter (Crystal Palace)
4 Pablo Mastroeni (Colorado Rapids)
6 David Regis (FC Metz)
12 Jeff Agoos (San Jose Earthquakes)
14 Steve Cherundolo (Hannover 96)
16 Carlos Llamosa (New England Revolution)
22 Tony Sanneh (FC Nürnburg)
23 Eddie Pope (D.C. United)
2 Frankie Hejduk (Bayer
5 John O'Brien (Ajax Amsterdam)
7 Eddie Lewis (Fulham)
10 Claudio Reyna (Sunderland)
11 Clint Mathis (New York)
13 Cobi Jones (Los Angeles Galaxy)
8 Earnie Stewart (NAC Breda)
9 Joe-Max Moore (Everton)
15 Josh Wolff (Chicago Fire)
17 DaMarcus Beasley (Chicago Fire)
20 Brian McBride (Columbus Crew)
21 Landon Donovan (San Jose Earthquakes)
Trainer: Bruce Arena.
Players to watch: Claudio Reyna, Earnie
Stewart and Brad Friedel.