Tim Howard Embracing Pressure from Mexico Clash, Brad Guzan

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Tim Howard Embracing Pressure from Mexico Clash, Brad Guzan
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It has been more than 10 years since Tim Howard played in the U.S.-Mexico rivalry for the first time on the senior national team. He was 24, and there were nearly 70,000 fans in Houston, and on May 8, 2003, in the first game between the two teams since the U.S.'s famous 2002 World Cup victory, the 0-0 tie that night didn't diminish the wonder Howard felt at experiencing an occasion that meant so much to so many people.

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