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Posted at 10:06 AM ET, 06/05/2012

10th anniversary of U.S. World Cup upset against Portugal in South Korea

Ten years ago today, the U.S. national team began its 2002 World Cup odyssey with a 3-2 upset over group favorite Portugal in Suwon, South Korea. The lineups/scoring summary is here.

Watch the video (they all look so young — and with lots of hair):

Where are the starters now?

Brad Friedel: No. 1 keeper for Tottenham Hotspur

Frankie Hejduk: retired this spring, works in Columbus front office

Pablo Mastroeni: plays for Colorado, sidelined by concussion issues

John O’Brien: Injuries forced premature retirement in 2008

Earnie Stewart: executive at Dutch club AZ Alkmaar

Jeff Agoos: MLS technical director

DaMarcus Beasley: regular starter for Mexican club Puebla

Brian McBride: retired in 2010

Landon Donovan: stars for Los Angeles Galaxy, national team

Tony Sanneh: executive director of Sanneh Foundation

Eddie Pope: director of player relations for MLS players’ union

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Tags:  U.S. national team, World Cup, Portugal

 
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