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USA vs. Brazil: All Eyes on American Attack Before World Cup Qualifiers

A 5-1 drubbing of a depleted Scotland squad is hardly something to be excited about. A win over Brazil on Wednesday, on the other hand, would be a huge step for Jurgen Klinsmann's USA squad. The Americans have struggled to score goals since the German national took over as coach. Whether it be a combination of injuries, missing stars, unbalanced play or adjusting to a new situation, the Americans simply haven't been their best since the 2010 World Cup.
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