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Goff reflects on U.S. victory, previews Ghana

The Washington Post's Steven Goff talks about Landon Donovan's last-minute goal to beat Algeria in a must-win match in South Africa and looks ahead to the next match against Ghana. (REUTERS/AP/The Washington Post)

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