A score to settle

September 3, 2005
By Ives Galarcep
Everybody loves to hate a villain. Whether it is the bad guys of pro wrestling or the black hat-wearing cowboys in westerns, villains serve the purpose of galvanizing groups against them and in favor of a hero or heroes. For Mexican soccer fans, Landon Donovan has become that man in the black hat. Once he headed home that insurance goal against Mexico in the U.S. national team's 2-0 victory in the 2002 World Cup quarterfinal victory, Donovan jumped on the fast track to becoming public enemy number ...

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