U.S. women perfecting set-piece routine

June 24, 2007
By Graham Hays
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The hash marks and yard lines that set the boundaries for the autumn residents of Giants Stadium were still faintly visible on the turf Saturday when the United States women's national team faced Brazil, making the field a fitting backdrop for the kind of precision plays that Giants fans bitterly complain are beyond Eli Manning's grasp.

In beating an aggressive Brazilian team, seemingly bent on tackling by the same rules which apply to the Giants, ...

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