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Jorge Luis Pinto: “Esto es una vergüenza internacional… un insulto para Costa Rica”

DT de Costa Rica se mostró molesto por desición arbitral de continuar duelo vs. EU bajo nevada
Jorge Luis Pinto: “Esto es una vergüenza internacional y un insulto para Costa Rica”
Pinto reacciona
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COMERSE CITY, Colorado – Jorge Luis Pinto, director técnico de Costa Rica, no ocultó su disgusto contra la decisión del árbitro Joel Aguilar de permitir la continuación del partido contra los Estados Unidos.

“Esto fue una vergüenza internacional, aquí no se respetó ni el juego, ni las reglas mucho menos el fair play. Este árbitro no se sabe las reglas”, argumentó Pinto. “La pelota no rodaba y había gente paleando la nieve cuando la pelota estaba en movimiento”.

Klinsmann: “Nunca el árbitro mencionó que detendría el partido debido a la nieve”

DT Jurgen Klinsmann: “Nunca el árbitro mencionó que detendría el partido debido a la nieve”
Estados Unidos se lava las manos
Eliminatorias Brasil
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Jurgen Klinsmann

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COMMERCE CITY, Colorado - Luego de un partido congelado y plagado por nieve, los momentos posteriores al mismo subieron la temperatura.

A los 55 minutos, el árbitro Joel Aguilar detuvo el encuentro con lo que parecía la intención de posponerlo. Sin embargo luego de conversar con los oficiales de campo y jugadores de ambas selecciones, se decidió por la continuación del mismo.

Bajo la nieve, los Estados Unidos se quedaron con los tres puntos ante Costa Rica

Un gol a los 16 minutos de Clint Dempsey le dio la victoria a los EE.UU. 1-0 sobre Costa Rica
Noche memorable para Estados Unidos
Crónica Hexagonal
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COMMERCE CITY, Colo. – Desde temprano, la tarde del viernes vaticinaba una velada blanca.

El partido entre los Estados Unidos y Costa Rica, por las eliminatorias de Concacaf a la Copa Mundial Brasil 2014 quedará en la historia por ser uno de los partidos más insólitos en la historia reciente del fútbol.

Clint Dempsey gets rave reviews in USMNT captaincy debut: "He's ready for this road"

Dempsey gets rave reviews in USMNT captaincy debut
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Clint Dempsey

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COMMERCE CITY, Colo. – It doesn't snow all that often in Nacogdoches, Texas, Clint Dempsey's hometown.

But the US national team's newest captain looked every inch the native Coloradan on Friday night, throwing himself around the field at Dick's Sporting Goods Park with abandon in the USMNT's crucial 1-0 win over Costa Rica.

It was an inspirational performance that reflected his pride in the honor bestowed upon him this week by coach Jurgen Klinsmann.

Leaving controversy behind, US roll on to Mexico after key World Cup qualifying win

Yanks flip the script after controversy: "Everybody wanted to see us lose"
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Geoff Cameron with the US national team

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COMMERCE CITY, Colo. – The US national team took whatever positives they could in the days leading up to Friday’s World Cup qualifier against Costa Rica, even as a group of unnamed players publicly sounded off against the team’s leadership and threatened to throw the team into turmoil.

So after their gutsy 1-0 win at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park put a positive punctuation on an otherwise tumultuous week, it came as no surprise when a number of players insisted the adversity had drawn them closer leading up to the match.

USMNT endures Colorado whitewash to grab key World Cup Qualifying win

USMNT wins one for the ages against Costa Rica in Colorado whitewash
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jermaine jones

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COMMERCE CITY, Colo. – Not long after the US national team’s memorable but equally miserable win on Friday night, a shivering Jozy Altidore eased himself into the hot tub in the home locker room at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park and offered a moment of reflection.

“Guys,” Altidore told his teammates, “we just played one for the books.”

Protest in the works? Costa Rica says they're considering it after snowy loss to US

Protest in the works? Costa Rica says they're considering it after loss
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Herculez Gomez in the snow

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COMMERCE CITY, Colo. – Following the United States’ 1-0 victory over Costa Rica in a World Cup qualifier at snow-covered Dick’s Sporting Goods Park on Friday night, the visitors were predictably unhappy. And a trip to FIFA to lodge a protest could be in the offing.

“We’ve going to see,” Costa Rica football federation president Eduardo Li told MLSsoccer.com following the match. “We’re going to analyze [our options].”

US Player Ratings: Yanks brave the snow in World Cup qualifying win

US Player Ratings: Yanks brave the snow in World Cup qualifying win
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Omar Gonzalez in the snow

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The US national team posted a different type of pretty win on Friday night, defeating CONCACAF World Cup qualifying guests Costa Rica 1-0 with a workmanlike effort in a snow globe at Dick's Sporting Goods Park.

With coach Jurgen Klinsmann and the team under widespread examination this week, the Yanks deservedly continued their home dominance in Hexagonal play thanks to an early strike from skipper Clint Dempsey.

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USA 1, Costa Rica 0: World Cup Qualifying match recap

USA 1, CRC 0: Deuce's goal enough as US battle for win
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COMMERCE CITY, Colo. – The weather turned foul early on Friday afternoon, roughly three hours before the US national team got a glimpse of the site of what would become one of the strangest soccer games in recent memory.

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