There are just two games left in the 2014 FIFA World Cup with the action culminating on Sunday with the World Cup final between Germany and Argentina.
Ahead of the World Cup final and the third place game between Brazil and The Netherlands, check out ESPN FC's video of all the 167 goals scored in the tournament. If just five goals are scored in the last two games, the 2014 FIFA World Cup will set a tournament record for most goals scored.
Just an FYI: the video may not be available abroad, but if you click this link then you should be able to see the clip.
It was 15 years ago today that the United States last became World Cup champions when the U.S. Women's team defeated China in an epic penalty kick shootout in front of more than 90,000 at the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena.
Over the course of 120 minutes, the match was more akin to one played on a chess board which both sides having limited chances. The match then went to penalties where goalkeeper Brianna Scurry made a clutch save in the third round that put the Americans ahead, setting the table for Brandi Chastain who buried her attempt in the fifth round to send the U.S. into bedlam. The iconic image of Chastain pulling off her shirt and revealing her sports bra would become an iconic American sports image.
Being a life-long resident of the San Gabriel Valley, I remember watching the match at age 12 from a nearby Mexican restaurant when Chastain buried her penalty, you could clearly hear the roar of the Rose Bowl crowd in the distance.
Where were you when Chastain buried her historic penalty kick?
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You'd be hard pressed to get through the next few hours before the U.S. takes on Belgium without watching any number of intense World Cup hype videos.
For those that have had enough of the booming music and inspirational speeches, Kick TV's Jimmy Conrad offers a different take as he teams up with comedian WIll Ferrell for a light-hearted look at the World Cup.
Watch it above.
— Sean Dennison (@SeanDennisonMLS) July 1, 2014
Soccer has caught the attention of America over the past month and now MLS kicks back into full swing with a slate of games this weekend.
MLSsoccer.com gets you excited for the action with this hype video.
The LA Galaxy's newest signing 15-year-old Jacob Trainor trained with the team on Tuesday ahead of his special appearance at the LA Galaxy's match with FC Dallas thanks to the Galaxy and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
In my latest piece for LAGalaxy.com, Galaxy head coach Bruce Arena talks about the needed perspective that Trainor provides the team.
Check out the video of his first day below.
In the latest edition of LAGalaxy.com's By the Numbers, we look at LA's match against FC Dallas on Wednesday.
Check it out below.