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Wolfsburg win German Super Cup on penalties as Bayern drought continues

Niklas Bendtner scored a last-gasp equaliser and the winning penalty kick in Wolfsburg's first ever German Cup final victory.

WOLFSBURG, Germany -- It's been a long summer without domestic football, but some two months after the DFB-Pokal final in Berlin, the Bundesliga teams have now entered the final phase of preseason. The 16th German Super Cup final between cup winners VfL Wolfsburg and Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich kicked off the German season on a glorious Saturday summer evening. Here are three quick observations from Wolfsburg's 5-4 penalty win at the Volkswagen Arena.

1. Bayern's Super Cup drought continues


Panama takes third in Gold Cup to add insult to injury for U.S.

Jurgen Klinsmann discusses the United States' Gold Cup performances and the high expectations moving forward.
United States defender DaMarcus Beasley describes what it was like to be back in the U.S. roster and the experiences the younger players in the squad can take away moving forward.

CHESTER, Pa. -- Three quick thoughts after the U.S. dropped the third-place match at the 2015 Gold Cup, losing to Panama on penalties on Saturday following a 1-1 tie to finish fourth in the tournament they won two years ago.

1. Adding insult to injury for U.S.

Perhaps it's true that neither team really wanted to be there, but you can be sure that the Americans wanted to win the game once the match kicked off. Still, Panama was clearly the hungrier of the two and the deserved winner in the end...

United States entirely focused on Gold Cup success, says Jurgen Klinsmann

The United States advanced to the Gold Cup semifinals with ease as Clint Dempsey's hat trick paved the way for a 6-0 win over Cuba in Baltimore.

BALTIMORE -- A day before the United States dismantled Cuba 6-0 in the Gold Cup quarterfinals on the strength of Clint Dempsey's first international hat trick, U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann opined that the Americans were "definitely the team to beat in this tournament."

Klinsmann also said all the requisite things about respecting the depleted Cubans, who had lost four players to defection during their stay in the country, and insisted his squad would not look past their undermanned, overmatched foe.


Clint Dempsey's hat trick powers U.S. to Gold Cup semifinal after Cuba rout

The United States advanced to the Gold Cup semifinals with ease as Clint Dempsey's hat trick paved the way for a 6-0 win over Cuba in Baltimore.

BALTIMORE -- Three quick thoughts after Clint Dempsey's first international hat trick helped the U.S. rout shorthanded Cuba 6-0 in Saturday's Gold Cup quarterfinal, booking the Americans' spot in Wednesday's semifinal in Atlanta.

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1. Dempsey does it again

In the days leading up the match, U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann and his players said that putting the Cubans under pressure early and getting the opening goal would be the key to avoiding the sort of drawn-out dogfight the Americans found themselves...

U.S. put in another shaky performance in 1-1 Gold Cup draw with Panama

The U.S. and Panama played in sweltering conditions at Sporting Park in Kansas City, Kansas.

KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- The U.S. men's national team was pushed to the limit by Panama in its group stage finale but managed to secure a 1-1 draw in the Gold Cup. A 34th-minute goal from Blas Perez staked the visitors to a 1-0 halftime lead, but an equalizer 10 minutes into the second half from Michael Bradley allowed the U.S. to pull level.

Here are three thoughts from another subpar performance from the Americans.

1. Improved second half helps U.S. come back

After 45 minutes, the U.S. looked...

U.S. beats Haiti in ugly fashion, but it's enough to win Gold Cup Group A

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol recaps the United States' 1-0 win over Haiti courtesy of a goal from Clint Dempsey, sending the United States into the knockout stages of the Gold Cup.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Three quick thoughts after the U.S. overcame plucky Haiti on Friday night at Gillette Stadium on Clint Dempsey's goal two minutes into the second half, winning another physical game, 1-0, and advancing to the knockout stage of the 2015 Gold Cup with one first-round match to spare.

1. It wasn't pretty, but the U.S. is on to the quarters

As was the case in Tuesday's opener against Honduras, the Americans were mistake-prone and disconnected for much of the match. And once again,...