CONCACAF

Monday, June 30, 2014

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After advancing to the round of 16 despite a loss to Germany, the U.S. is set for a tough test against a young Belgian side on Tuesday at 4 p.m. ET.

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When asked if the Mexican goalkeeper would excel in the English league, former U.S. international shot-stopper said the league "is not for every goalkeeper."

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The Netherlands winger did not cheat the game. He did not attempt to fool the official; he only assured the foul committed by the Mexican defender.

Sunday, June 29, 2014

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The shot-stopper was a revelation at Levante in 2013-14 and is writing history with his national side as their incredible World Cup moves to the last eight.

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The defender's club team Espanyol confirmed that he had suffered a broken leg during El Tri's 2-1 defeat to the Netherlands in the World Cup round of 16.

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The Bayern Munich winger won a spot kick in injury time to enable Klaas-Jan Huntelaar to score the winner but admitted going to ground too easily earlier in the match.

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While the Dutch winger took a dive that led to the winning penalty kick, the focus shouldn't be put squarely on the ref after coach Miguel Herrera made some questionable moves.

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The former America boss was furious that Portuguese referee Pedro Proenca failed to caution Arjen Robben for diving and then awarded the winger a decisive late penalty

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The Netherlands forward believes El Tri will have a definite advantage because the match is in South America, but is confident following the Oranje's displays so far.

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The U.S. national team coach believes his side is capable of achieving the upset, saying the Americans "have absolutely no fear at all."