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U.S. falls to Belgium, 2-0, at World Cup.

The United States run at the World Cup is over after falling to Belgium in overtime on Tuesday, 2-1, in the round of 16. 

 

Belgium got on the board first when Kevin De Bruyne scored in the 93rd minute. They would add a second goal in the 105th minute when Romelu Lukaku connected. The U.S. would cut the deficit two minutes later on a goal from Julian Green. 

U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard recorded 16 saves -- a World Cup record.

Coach Jurgin Klinzman was proud of his team's performance, and excited about the future of U.S. soccer.

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Up next for Belgium is a quarterfinal showdown against Lionel Messi and Argentina, after Argentina defeated Switzerland 1-0.

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