SBI Tuesday Rewind: Howard's heroics can't save USMNT; Argentina moves on; and more

SBI Tuesday Rewind: Howard's heroics can't save USMNT; Argentina moves on; and more

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SBI Tuesday Rewind: Howard's heroics can't save USMNT; Argentina moves on; and more

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By CAITLIN MURRAY

The World Cup for the U.S. Men’s National Team is over. With a heroic performance from goalkeeper Tim Howard single-handedly keeping the U.S. alive, the game finally slipped away in extra time, with Belgium pulling away, 2-1. Though for naught, Howard made history, recording the most saves in a World Cup match ever, an easy choice for SBI’s Man of the Match. The U.S. looked like they might rally late, with newcomer and controversial roster selection Julian Green scoring on his first touch, but Belgium moves onto the quarterfinals and the U.S. heads home.

In other Round of 16 action, Argentina broke a stalemate with Switzerland late to advance in a thrilling showdown earlier in the day. It was Angel Di Maria who took a turn as Argentine hero, though Lionel Messi served as the goal architect to push his side through and continue his standout World Cup run.

And back stateside, Orlando City SC officially introduced Kaka as their first Designated Player signing when the club joins Major League Soccer next year.

Here is a rundown of all the stories featured on SBI today:

U.S. MEN’S NATIONAL TEAM
USMNT proud of World Cup showing despite falling in Round of 16 again

SBI World Cup Man of the Match: Tim Howard

USMNT eliminated from World Cup by Belgium after extra-time rally falls short

World Cup: USA vs. Belgium (SBI Live Match Commentary)

Confident USMNT enters Belgium match desperately wanting to extend World Cup run

WORLD CUP
Argentina ekes out dramatic extra time win over Switzerland

SBI World Cup Man of the Match: Ángel Di María

Cameroon FA investigating allegations of match-fixing

World Cup Round of 16: Your Running Commentary

World Cup Round of 16: A Look Ahead

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER
Orlando City introduces Kaka as first DP signing

 

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