Sunday, July 17, 2005

USA 3-1 Jamaica

Finally nailed a prediction (although I would've rather had Donovan make the penalty). Despite giving away a penalty, a red card, and missing a penalty, it really was a good day for the USA. A dominating preformance for the most part, as Jamaica never threatened until late. Keller's penalty save was huge and set the tone. Beasley and Donovan continue to lead the team and without them, our attack wouldn't be nearly as good. O'Brien has also played well, which is a great site. Oh, and Josh Wolff finally scored.

Honduras is up next in the semifinal, and although they are on a bit of a roll, they should be taken care of.

Comments on "USA 3-1 Jamaica"


Blogger maradawga said ... (4:02 PM, July 17, 2005) : 

In the long run it's better that we win this game but I'd have liked to have seen Donovan playing against Madrid on Monday.


Blogger scaryice said ... (4:48 AM, July 19, 2005) : 

Yeah, it would've been fun to see Donovan single-handedly destroy Madrid like I know he would've, but we have to go for the games that actually count first.


Blogger scaryice said ... (4:54 AM, July 19, 2005) : 

Wow, I didn't even realize a couple of people were making comments. Thanks for reading.


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