US Soccer Stars Talk Whirlwind World Cup Experience On TODAY

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Team USA soccer stars Walker Zimmerman and Kellyn Acosta talk about their surreal World Cup experience and their excitement for the future of the sport in the United States.

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12 thoughts on “US Soccer Stars Talk Whirlwind World Cup Experience On TODAY

  1. Congratulations to the USMNT ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ฒ Y'all played great throughout the tournament but were outplayed by the Netherlands, Y'all gave everything out there, congrats

  2. Every WC the US has evolved and progressed…Next WC..we should pragmatically aim to be at least at the quarter finals and then from then on..dream of being in the finals will one day be a reality.

  3. This match proves yet again how hopeless Americans are when playing a sport that predominantly use the legs & head, any anatomy but hands. They' d better stick to playing hands-based sports like putting balls in a basket, batting balls with wood (golf, tennis, hockey, baseball), or catching handeggs donned in helmets that they hilariously called Football.

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