The Chicago Fire endured a forgettable evening in San Jose, suffering a 5-1 loss at the hands of the Quakes.
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A late penalty kick goal by Union's Sebastien Le Toux gave Philadelphia the equalizer as Saturday's game finished in a 1-1 draw for the Fire. Jeff Larentowicz scored the lone goal for Chicago.
1mDue to copious amounts of rain in the past several days, the U.S. Soccer Federation has moved Chicago's World Cup watch party again, this time to Balbo Drive between Lake Shore and Columbus drives.
1mAfter losing 4-0 to Germany, anything other than a win against the U.S. would take Portugal's qualification for the last 16 out of their hands.
1mThe U.S. plays its next match in the Amazon Rainforest, where teams have complained about brutally hot conditions. The Americans are hoping that conditions aren't worse than they've seen before.
1mAfter an estimated 10,000 fans showed up to watch the U.S.-Ghana World Cup match at Arvey Field, the U.S. Soccer Federation is moving their next one to the home of the Blackhawks' Stanley Cup rally.
1mAs Cristiano Ronaldo continues to face knee issues, questions are surfacing about whether he'll start against the United States.
1mAs the United States prepares for their showdown with Portugal on Sunday, the team may have to go into action without one of their top players.
1mJohn Brooks became the unlikely hero for the United States with an 86th-minute header that proved to be the game-winning goal as the U.S. defeated Ghana 2-1 to open up their World Cup campaign.