It’s often said that Americans only care about soccer if the US national team is playing, but my visit to Indianapolis with my dad to see the Indy Eleven proved otherwise.
We have all been ranting about Germany’s epic 7-1 beat down of Brazil in the semifinals of the 2014 World Cup. Personally I’ve been scrambling for an explanation for the past two days for why the host country fell apart in such epic fashion. But I may have figured out real reason.
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Yesterday, while Americans celebrated the 238th anniversary of our independence, hundreds of millions of people elsewhere in the world (and here too) celebrated the beginning of quarterfinal play at the FIFA World Cup. After a three-day break the world’s biggest sporting event resumed at Noon Eastern with the national anthems of France and Germany.
In what was potentially his final game with the U.S. men’s national team, Tim Howard had the best performance of his illustrious career.