World Cup Vine: Super Intricate Free-Kick Routine Almost Ends In Equaliser For USA vs Belgium

Alan Duffy

1st, July 2014


By Alan Duffy

The USA produced a fine performance against Belgium on Tuesday night, pushing the Red Devils all the way.

This free-kick showed just how much the US team have developed under Jurgen Klinsmann, and if Clint Dempsey had managed a defter first touch it could have got them that all important equaliser to make it 2-2.

(Vines:Jeremy Vine and Zak Dee Patmore)

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  1. Ali says:

    I cant stop watching it…it was right there, just right there so close

  2. Jim says:

    Can we expect a tattoo appearing on his back soon then…

  3. Neil says:

    Well done to the US team for playing with everything they had, but let’s admit it, the better (and better to watch ) team won. Without Howard’s heroics, this would have finished in normal time. Allez les diables rouges.

  4. Jarren says:

    Almost a sensational free kick. The pass to Dempsey was weighted just a fraction too hard.

    I think the world just seen how far the US have come, and respect them for that.

    Hopefully football will now take a bigger stage with American sports fans, because their national side have shown amazing character and desire to compete with the best sides in the world.

    Go team USA!

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