domingo, 26 de julio de 2009

¿Qué Dice la Prensa en USA de la Victoria de México sobre Estados Unidos?

Veamos que dice la prensa en Estados Unidos de la victoria de México sobre Estados Unidos 5-0-
...the second-tier American team was humiliated before a pro-Mexico crowd of 79,156 — apparently the largest soccer crowd at Giants Stadium..
...The first four were delivered or facilitated by a pair of 20-year-old forwards, Giovani dos Santos and Carlos Vela. They have struggled to get regular playing time with their British club teams — dos Santos with Tottenham and Vela with Arsenal...
...The win in Mexico’s national sport also brought some temporary good news to a country struggling with a cratered economy, a swine flu epidemic and murderous drug wars...
...The United States played Sunday without Landon Donovan, Tim Howard and virtually every other regular player. Still, the defeat was embarrassing and gave the American reserves a harsh lesson about their international standing.
...Coach Javier Aguirre's team won a memorable victory in front of a largely pro-Mexico crowd of 79,156 at Giants Stadium on Sunday afternoon...
...Inspired by England-based stars Giovani Dos Santos and Carlos Vela, "El Tri" ran rampant in the second half, scoring five times in the space of only 34 minutes...
...The U.S. chose to field a second-string lineup in the Gold Cup, which it has won four times, most recently in 2005 and 2007. Coach Bob Bradley rested the players who had reached last month's Confederations Cup final in South Africa, where it lost to Brazil.Still, the Americans performed well in this 12-nation tournament, going 4-0-1 before Sunday's game against Mexico. On Sunday, however, the roof fell in.
The Boston Globe
Ok, era soccer.....

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