U.S. men's national team

Gulati reflects on victory over Spain

June 26, 2009
JOHANNESBURG -- If the United States follows its upset of European champion Spain with a victory over South American champion Brazil in Sunday's Confederations Cup final, it would be the greatest back-to-back wins in American soccer history.

U.S. Soccer Federation president Sunil Gulati ranked Wednesday's 2-0 victory over the world's top-ranked team alongside the 1989 victory at Trinidad and Tobago that earned the U.S. its first World Cup berth since 1950, a first-round win over Colombia ...

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