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Video: United States men's national team wins at Mexico for first time ever

Even if you could somehow have envisioned Jurgen Klinsmann's less-than-full-strength squad getting a result, I'd be shocked if anyone correctly predicted the scorer of the winning goal.

Video: United States men's national team wins at Mexico for first time ever

It's amazing enough that the United States men's national team won at Estadio Azteca on Wednesday night for the first time ever. It was the U.S.' 25th all-time game in the legendary Mexico City venue, and they had lost on 23 of 24 previous visits.

But even if you could somehow have envisioned Jurgen Klinsmann's less-than-full-strength squad getting a result, I'd be shocked if anyone correctly predicted the scorer of the winning goal.

It was former Union defender Michael Orozco Fiscal.

Yes, really.

Here's the proof, courtesy of ESPN's Ian Darke and Taylor Twellman:



And here's how it sounded on Univision, with Pablo Ramírez and Jesús Bracamontes at the mic:

Jonathan Tannenwald Philly.com
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