Sunday, February 14, 2016

Live blog: United States vs. Algeria

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Live blog: United States vs. Algeria

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Jozy Altidore, right, controls the ball past Madjid Bougherra during the World Cup group C match between the U.S. and Algeria. (AP Photo / Michael Sohn)
Jozy Altidore, right, controls the ball past Madjid Bougherra during the World Cup group C match between the U.S. and Algeria. (AP Photo / Michael Sohn)

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