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Topic - Tim Howard
After making an impressive 16 saves in the U.S.' 2014 World Cup match against Belgium, some people thought goalkeeper Tim Howard deserved a promotion — to secretary of state.
Tallying 16 saves, Tim Howard's potential last World Cup appearance exemplifies how young DCU goalie Bill Hamid has been inspired by the USMNT goalie.
File this under "duh": Older Christian men are the most likely to agree that sports are an important part of American culture.
Soccer goalie Tim Howard may be America's newest hero after his World Cup exploits, but not even he could save the Export-Import bank at this point, a prominent financial expert quipped.
Even Belgium captain Vincent Kompany tweeted: "Two words.. TIM HOWARD #Respect #BelUSA." That post had received 59,675 re-tweets and 45,242 favorites by early evening Wednesday.
With the most blocked goals in recorded World Cup history during Team USA's match against Belgium Tuesday, goalie Tim Howard became a household name overnight.
Tim Howard left a lasting impression on Americans from coast to coast - and fans around the world, really - for his incredible, improbable saves in the loss to Belgium in extra time that sent the U.S. home from the World Cup to a country captivated.
Full-blown jerkdom is ahead for the Nationals' wunderkind unless he changes course. Coming off the disabled list (again) and offering unsolicited lineup advice is wrong for established vets, let alone 21-year-olds in their third season.
Craving some more soccer, even now that the United States has been eliminated? Here's a list of options for you and your family.
The U.S. is out of the World Cup in Brazil, but a record-setting performance by American goalkeeper Tim Howard has a coalition of proud Americans rethinking the name of a Washington-area airport.
After the teams went scoreless in regulation, Kevin De Bruyne scored in the 93rd minute and Romelo Lukaku in the 105th to give Belgium the final margin. A gorgeous goal by U.S. substitute Julian Green in the 107th wasn't enough, and the Americans' last efforts fell short.
Nothing was easy for the United States at World Cup 2014. From the Group of Death to a tough travel schedule, the Americans had challenges, but no excuses.
The USMNT lost to Germany, but have accomplished the unthinkable surviving the group of death with 4 points thanks to the Portuguese who took care of Ghana 2-1 in Brasilia.
Thomas Mueller scored his fourth goal of the World Cup on Friday as Germany defeated the United States 1-0 to win Group G ahead of the Americans, who also advanced to the knockout stage of the World Cup despite losing.
The U.S. may need at least a tie Thursday against three-time champion Germany to reach the knockout stage of consecutive World Cups for the first time and keep the record number of fans tuned in back home. Teammates count on Bradley's end-to-end play both to drive the attack and stiffen their defense.
Howard said he'll be ready to face Slovenia.
"Time is a good healer. I've had a few days. It's just going to be sensitive, but as you know, if you play at the highest level, I think you have to play through injuries," he said.