Clint Dempsey provides some comedy during USA vs. Jamaica World Cup qualifier

ESPN2's cameras captured the midfielder making a funny face while running his mouth at an opposing Jamaican player.
Clint Dempsey's biggest highlight during the United States' 1-0 victory over Jamaica on Tuesday night didn't come in the form of a goal. Instead, it was his trash talking that stole some headlines.

During the World Cup qualifying group game in Columbus, Dempsey had some words - and a funny face - for the Reggae Boyz's Ryan Johnson that was shown on the ESPN2 telecast.

This isn't the first time Dempsey has had a temper on the pitch.

Last season, while playing for Fulham, the 29-year-old literally went head-to-head with Liverpool's Craig Bellamy. In the past, he has broken John Terry's jaw and given Phil Jones a concussion.

Dempsey was unable to find the net against Jamaica on Tuesday after scoring the U.S. team's only goal in a loss to the Caribbean nation five days earlier. It was the second straight game he went a full 90 after missing the preseason while with Fulham before completing a transfer to Tottenham two weeks ago.

Dempsey looked tired on the pitch but his mouth always keeps going.

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