Tuesday, December 6, 2022

Why the USA can find vindication in World Cup's two big upsets

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At a giant watch party in the Tokyo Dome — speaking of upsets, that’s where Mike Tyson lost to Buster Douglas — supporters hugged and burst into tears after their country’s epic 2-1 triumph.

In Saudi Arabia, a day earlier, a national holiday was called to commemorate its team’s shocking victory over Argentina, while many of the large number of Saudis living in Qatar flooded Doha’s streets, bringing traffic to standstill by joyously waving flags from the windows of their vehicles.

The sight of supporters celebrating and reveling in national pride is what makes the World Cup so special. Looking at those scenes, wherever your loyalty lies, can’t help but gladden the heart.

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