The Union fell just shy of a U.S. Open Cup victory, but interim manager still deserves praise for leading the Union through a historic tournament.
The Union didn't walk away with the US Open Cup, but that doesn't mean the club wasn't worthy of the title.
The Union played a thrilling U.S. Open Cup final with the high-powered Seattle Sounders, but ultimately fell short in the 101st minute to lose, 3-1.
3mNew Union head coach Jim Curtin wanted to put No. 1 pick Andre Blake into a pressure situation and was impressed by his young goalkeeper's debut.
3mDefending World Cup champion Spain was eliminated from advancing to the second round in a 2-0 loss to Chile, while the Netherlands advanced with a comeback win.
3mThey needed extra time, but Cristian Maidana and the Union pulled off a 3-1 win over the Harrisburg City Islanders in the U.S. Open Cup to give Jim Curtin a win in his managerial debut.
3mMexico played favorite Brazil to a scoreless draw, darkhorse Belgium edged Algeria and Russia survived a late goalie blunder in a tie with South Korea.
3mThe Union have had a lousy season, but they're hoping a U.S. Open Cup win over the City Islanders will propel them like it did two years ago.
3mClint Dempsey scored one of fastest goals in World Cup history and John Brooks scored the game winner on a header in the 86th minute of a 2-1 U.S. victory over Ghana.
3mThe U.S. seeks revenge against Ghana, which ousted the Americans in the past two World Cups, in its opener Monday at 6 p.m. in Brazil.
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