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The United States' World Cup bid got off to a heck of a start when Clint Dempsey took the ball outside of the box, made a quick move to get in and scored just 30 seconds into the game.
Things began to unravel a bit after that as Ghana slowly overtook the U.S. and controlled play. In the second half, they got a number of chances and finally put a header in at 82', effectively crushing the U.S.'s hope for a win.
But then only a few minutes later, the U.S. got a corner kick and 21-year-old John Brooks, who had come into the match as a substitute, got his head on the ball and put it in the back of the net.
The team, subs, coaches and entire stadium erupted. The reaction back home was even cooler, as tons of different cities reacted to the game-winning goal.