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USA fans in Miami, FL, watching the World Cup match. The U.S. tied Portugal, 2-2, on Sunday. (Photo: Alan Diaz/AP)

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USA fans in Miami, FL, watching the World Cup match. The U.S. tied Portugal, 2-2, on Sunday. (Photo: Alan Diaz/AP)
See more World Cup fan photos here: http://on.si.com/1szqPvJ.

Despite conditions that made dribbling a challenge, Clint Dempsey gave the United States a 1-0 lead in the 16th minute of the Costa Rica-U.S. World Cup qualifier. The goal held up as the Americans emerged with a tight victory. (Barry Gutierrez/EPA)

GALLERY: U.S.-Costa Rica World Cup Qualifier

Despite conditions that made dribbling a challenge, Clint Dempsey gave the United States a 1-0 lead in the 16th minute of the Costa Rica-U.S. World Cup qualifier. The goal held up as the Americans emerged with a tight victory. (Barry Gutierrez/EPA)
GALLERY: U.S.-Costa Rica World Cup Qualifier

Austria’s Anna Fenninger competes in the women’s World Cup giant slalom in Semmering, Austria. (AP)

GALLERY: Photos of the Week

Austria’s Anna Fenninger competes in the women’s World Cup giant slalom in Semmering, Austria. (AP)
GALLERY: Photos of the Week

United States forward Clint Dempsey watches as he scores his second goal while being pursued by Guatemala defender Ruben Morales during the first half of a World Cup qualifying soccer match in Kansas City on Tuesday. The U.S. cruised to a 3-1 victory. (AP Photo/Reed Hoffmann)

WAHL: Americans prove they can put opponents away 

United States forward Clint Dempsey watches as he scores his second goal while being pursued by Guatemala defender Ruben Morales during the first half of a World Cup qualifying soccer match in Kansas City on Tuesday. The U.S. cruised to a 3-1 victory. (AP Photo/Reed Hoffmann)
WAHL: Americans prove they can put opponents away 

Brandi Chastain celebrates after scoring the winning shootout goal against China to give USA a victory in the 1999 World Cup final. (Robert Beck/SI)

GALLERY: Top 40 Athletes of the Title IX Era

Brandi Chastain celebrates after scoring the winning shootout goal against China to give USA a victory in the 1999 World Cup final. (Robert Beck/SI)
GALLERY: Top 40 Athletes of the Title IX Era

Sports Illustrated is letting you pick the cover of our annual year-end issue. We have compiled the top 15 sports moments of the year and you can choose the one you think is most cover-worthy. Just visit SI’s Facebook page and cast your vote, whether it’s for Abby Wambach’s game-tying goal against Brazil in the Women’s World Cup or another event. (ZUMAPRESS.com)

CAST YOUR VOTE: Click here to help choose the year-end SI cover

Sports Illustrated is letting you pick the cover of our annual year-end issue. We have compiled the top 15 sports moments of the year and you can choose the one you think is most cover-worthy. Just visit SI’s Facebook page and cast your vote, whether it’s for Abby Wambach’s game-tying goal against Brazil in the Women’s World Cup or another event. (ZUMAPRESS.com)
CAST YOUR VOTE: Click here to help choose the year-end SI cover

China goalie Gao Hong yeilds the game-winning penalty kick to America’s Kristine Lilly during the 1999 World Cup Final. (Peter Read Miller/SI)

SI VAULT: 36-year-old Kristine Lilly is out to win her third World Cup title (9.10.07)

China goalie Gao Hong yeilds the game-winning penalty kick to America’s Kristine Lilly during the 1999 World Cup Final. (Peter Read Miller/SI)
SI VAULT: 36-year-old Kristine Lilly is out to win her third World Cup title (9.10.07)

SI photographed Landon Donovan two months before the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Donovan and Team USA advanced to the Round of 16 before losing to Ghana 2-1 in extra time. (Heinz Kluetmeier/SI)

WAHL: World Cup rights bidding to have major implications for U.S. soccer

GALLERY: Landon Donovan off the field

SI photographed Landon Donovan two months before the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Donovan and Team USA advanced to the Round of 16 before losing to Ghana 2-1 in extra time. (Heinz Kluetmeier/SI)
WAHL: World Cup rights bidding to have major implications for U.S. soccer
GALLERY: Landon Donovan off the field