Can the USA Still Attack Without Jozy Altidore?

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The U.S. got the start they wanted in the 2014 World Cup by pulling off a thrilling 2-1 victory over Ghana. However, those three points came at a cost, as striker Jozy Altidore is likely out for at least the remainder of the group stage with a hamstring injury.

Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report World Football Analyst Michael Cummings discuss how Jurgen Klinsmann will fill the hole up top and what Altidore's absence means for the U.S. going forward.

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