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US to make rare visit to Cuba for friendly

Chaska (United States) (AFP) – The United States will take on Cuba in a friendly on Friday in just the third ever meeting between the two nations on Cuban soil. Three untested goalkeepers were among the 23 players announced by US coach Jurgen Klinsmann on Sunday ahead of the Havana friendly. The teams have played each other 11 times with the US having won nine and lost just once — a 5-2 friendly defeat on July 20, 1947 in Havana.
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