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CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jul 13, 2014
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(Studio: Miguel Marquez) Germany’s victory over Argentina in the World Cup in Brazil reported.

(Rio de Janeiro: Amanda Davies) Germany’s win and the reporter’s prediction that the popularity of soccer will increase in the US following the performance of coach Jurgen Klinsmann†† and Team USA featured.

(Studio: Miguel Marquez) Live conversation held with Team USA player Matt Besler† and Davies about the future of soccer in the US. [On the phone, BESLER – comments on the toughness of the game against Belgium and the support for the team.] [DAVIES – says Americans who went to the World Cup will come home more fired up; notes Australia's Tim Cahill†† is back in the US and is garnering support through Twitter.]

Marquez, Miguel;
Davies, Amanda

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