Does the United States have a legitimate chance of winning the World Cup?
I'm not really a big soccer fan, but my son has me watching the World Cup. Over the years, Team USA has never really been that good, but they are playing really well. Do you think they have a chance to win it all? Or is that just wishful thinking?
Football, right? I do predict they will make it to the final 16. Since they could not handle Germany, I do not think they will go much further.
It is nice to think wishfully every once in a while.
Given that team USA is relatively new to football compared to others, they played quite well against Germany. They may not be champions this time as there are stronger teams around, but there's a good chance that they might make it to top 3.
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