The beautiful game 

The beautiful game
  • Brian Chilson
  • THE BEAUTIFUL GAME: Fans piled in to Dugan's Pub in downtown Little Rock to watch the U.S. soccer team defeat Ghana 2-1 in its World Cup opener.

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