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How the U.S. kept its Copa hopes alive

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 By Tom Marshall

Colombia pay for changes in shocking loss to Costa Rica

James and Colombia woe
Colombia's grip on first place in Group A slipped right through its fingers in a 3-2 loss to Costa Rica.

HOUSTON -- Costa Rica defeated Colombia 3-2 on Saturday evening in the final game in Group A of the Copa America Centenario. The surprise result means the United States topped the group after it defeated Paraguay 1-0 earlier on Saturday.

Here are three takes from one of the best games of the Copa America Centenario so far:

1. Pekerman pays for making wholesale changes

The run of five consecutive wins for the Colombia national team came to a halt Saturday, as coach Jose Nestor Pekerman wrung...

U.S. keep their Copa hopes alive vs. Costa Rica: Here's how they did it

ESPN FC's Brian McBride credits the USMNT vets, like Clint Dempsey and Jermaine Jones, in their 4-0 shellacking of Costa Rica.

The United States scored three goals in the first half against Costa Rica and didn't look back, winning 4-0 in front of nearly 40,000 fans at Soldier Field in Chicago on Tuesday. It was the first U.S. win in Copa América play since a 3-0 decision on July 14, 1995, against Argentina.

After Friday's 2-0 loss against Colombia, the United States' chance to advance out of Group A dropped from 57.5 percent chance to a 38 percent chance, according to ESPN's Soccer Power Index. But Tuesday's win nudged...

Jermaine Jones, Clint Dempsey lead U.S. to statement win over Costa Rica

ESPN FC's Brian McBride credits the USMNT vets, like Clint Dempsey and Jermaine Jones, in their 4-0 shellacking of Costa Rica.
USMNT forward Clint Dempsey reacts to his half-century of goals for the team, and their team's dismantling of Costa Rica.
US fullback Deandre Yedlin says the team pulled together after their hard loss to Colombia and the impact of their subs.

CHICAGO -- The U.S. men's national team rebounded from Friday's Copa America Centenario-opening loss to Colombia in spectacular fashion on Tuesday at Soldier Field and demolished regional rival Costa Rica 4-0.

Clint Dempsey got the tournament hosts off to a quick start with a ninth-minute goal from the penalty spot, and Jermaine Jones and Bobby Wood also tallied in the first half before second-half substitute Graham Zusi added a fourth goal with three minutes left to play. The U.S. travels to...

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FC Daily: U.S. face must-win game, Argentina beat Chile without Messi

ESPN's Chris Connelly assesses the impact of football star Lionel Messi's coming to America.

It's Tuesday, June 7, and here's a look at the big stories and what you need to know around the footballing world from FC Daily.

Matches of the day

With one round of group games completed, the Copa America Centenario action pivots back to Group A as the U.S. takes on Costa Rica in a must-win for both sides. The hosts will take on Los Ticos at Soldier Field in Chicago (8 p.m. ET, FS1) and a draw won't quite satisfy their respective needs after a 2-0 defeat and a 0-0 draw, respectively, in their...

 By Matt Levin

Bryan Ruiz is Costa Rica's best weapon vs. Copa America host United States

FC's Brian McBride and Paul Mariner debate whether there is more pressure on Jurgen Klinsmann or the U.S. players to advance at the Copa America.

Costa Rica returned from Brazil as shock World Cup 2014 quarterfinalists, but the feel-good vibes didn't last long. A month after the best performance in La Sele's history, the Costa Rica Football Federation parted ways with their coach, Jorge Luis Pinto. In an ugly press conference, the temperamental coach went off-script and revealed that contract talks broke down because the federation wouldn't let him fire assistant coach Paulo Wanchope. A nasty feud erupted and federation president Eduardo...

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What's trending: Marcus Rashford named in England squad, Reus out

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner evaluates where Spain stand entering Euro 2016 after their 3-1 win over Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Here are the latest stories from Tuesday.

ENGLAND: Marcus Rashford and Daniel Sturridge have both been included in the final 23-man England squad for Euro 2016, with Andros Townsend and Danny Drinkwater missing out.

SPAIN: Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin has been called up to Spain's squad for Euro 2016 after an injury to Real Madrid defender Dani Carvajal in the Champions League final.

GERMANY: Germany international Marco Reus has failed to make Joachim Low's final 23-man...