Clint Dempsey Face Makes Appearance in Stands After Clint Dempsey Goal (Video)

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It's hard not to like Clint Dempsey.

He's got the skills, he's got the swagger, he's got the rhymes and maybe most importantly, he's got the personality.

You can find out for yourself about the rest (except the rapping—we've kindly provided you with a link to that), but for the personality part, we've got your hookup and your evidence right here.

First, though, a bit of background information.

Back in September, Dempsey and the United States defeated Jamaica 1-0 at Columbus Crew Stadium in a semifinal round CONCACAF World Cup qualifier. During the match, Dempsey got involved in a bit of argy bargy with the Jamaican players.

The result was The Dempsey Face, which can be seen in its glorious entirety here.

Since then, the Face has taken on a life of its own.

On Tuesday night at Kansas City's Livestrong Sporting Park, the Face was present in giant poster form.

If you looked closely enough, you could see the poster in the stands after Dempsey scored his second goal of the match. The goal (which was pretty much Michael Bradley's, in all honesty) came in the 36th minute, and the giant poster of the Dempsey Face was spotted moments later.

The Face can be seen in the same shot with Dempsey in the clip above, starting around the 0:47 mark. It's the Set Piece Video of the Day. Enjoy.

The U.S. won the match 3-1 behind Dempsey's two goals, and with the victory, Jurgen Klinsmann's team advanced to the final "hexagonal" round of CONCACAF qualifying.

Once there, expect The Dempsey Face to really go viral.

For Dempsey's first goal, click here.

For a GIF of The Dempsey Face in the background of Dempsey's celebration, click here.

And finally, for a photo of Dempsey celebrating with The Dempsey Face, click here.


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