Interview: What's Next For U.S. Men's Soccer?
The U.S. fell to Belgium 2-1 in overtime Tuesday afternoon in the Round of 16 of the World Cup. Tim Howard blocked 16 shots, a record for any World Cup game, yet the U.S. still lost. Despite the loss, social media was singing Howard's praises, recognizing a magnificent effort.
Tim Howard for president.
Damian Mc Ginty (@damianmcginty) July 2, 2014
So proud of our guys in their last 2014 WC match.Also, loved the post game interviews by Tim Howard and other teammates, just class. #USMNT
Alex Morgan (@alexmorgan13) July 2, 2014
ABC News correspondent Scott Goldberg joins us to talk about what's next for the team and what this loss means.
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