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CSN Houston’s Sebastian Salazar joined The B-Straw & Pauly G Show to discuss the USA vs Belgium game tomorrow in the World Cup. He discussed some of the interesting game time situations that have occurred in the World Cup so far. Salazar said that France and the Netherlands have been performing pretty well so far in the Cup and Germany not as well as expected. He discussed concerns with Jozy Altidore’s hamstring and said it would be a huge risk to start him against Belgium tomorrow. Salazar analyzed the way that the US has played against their other opponents and what they need to do against Belgium.
US Soccer star forward Jozy Altidore was cleared by the team to play against Belgium in the USA’s knockout round match on Tuesday.
Altidore played just over 20 minutes in the Yanks opening game win against Ghana before he hit the pitch with a hamstring injury.
Chris Wondolowski is an American who currently plays as a striker for the San Jose Earthquakes from the MLS and for the United States Men’s National Team.
SAO PAULO (AP) – U.S. forward Jozy Altidore will miss Sunday’s World Cup game against Portugal because of his strained left hamstring. Altidore was hurt during the first half of Monday’s win over Ghana. U.S. […]
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Jozy Altidore has been cleared to resume practice, and U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann says he’s optimistic his striker will be ready for Friday’s World Cup qualifier in Costa Rica.