2010 FIFA World Cup: Why the U.S. Has a Clear Road Ahead

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2010 FIFA World Cup: Why the U.S. Has a Clear Road Ahead

After Landon Donovan's game-saving goal in the 91st minute of play against Algeria, Team U.S.A. is flying high on momentum as they prepare to face Ghana in elimination play this Saturday.

After defeating Algeria on Wednesday, the U.S. finished number one in their group over England, and clinched a spot in the Round of 16.

More importantly, they dodged facing international powerhouse Germany in the second round.

Here's a look at how Donovan's winning goal completely changed the prediction for U.S.A.'s success in this tournament, and why it seems to be fairly smooth sailing ahead for the team that never quits.

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