Brek Shea's late, game-winning finish was calm stuff, but far from perfect; had Ticos' goalkeeper Patrick Pemberton stood his ground and not committed to his left, the big U.S. winger's shot probably would have nailed him right in the chest. Then again, it doesn't matter. Shea (pictured) did what he does when at his best, seeing a chance to run directly at goal. And then he manufactured a moment that mattered, turning the opportunity into a goal – and strike that will help keep him in the World Cup roster conversation. He needed it something awful after that startling poor afternoon against Cuba.