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THIS DAY IN SOCCER HISTORY
presented by the North American Soccer Guide
1934-The New York Americans, playing their second game in Cuba, fall to Juventud Asturiana 3-2 in Havana.
1967-The Cleveland Stokers (Stoke City) score twice within three minutes to defeat Toronto City (Hibernians) 2-0 in a United Soccer Association game at Municipal Stadium.
1972-The Cincinnati Comets make their debut in the American Soccer League with a 7-2 win over the Chicago Americans at Xavier High School Field
1978-Rodney Marsh scores two goals and assists on a third as the Tampa Bay Rowdies defeat the Washington Diplomats 3-2 in front of 20,648 at Tampa Stadium.
1979-Vladislav Bogicevic ties a league record with four assists in the New York Cosmos' 5-2 win over the Rochester Lancers at Giants Stadium.
1991-Bruce Murray, Brian Quinn and Eric Wynalda score as the United States beats Guatemala 3-0 at the Rose Bowl in a Gold Cup game.
1999-The United States recovers from a fifth minute Brandi Chastain own goal and comes from behind to defeat Germany 3-2 in the quarterfinals of the Women's World Cup in front of 54,642 fans at Jack Kent Cooke Stadium in Landover, Md. Tiffeny Milbrett, Chastain and Joy Fawcett score for the U.S. Brazil beats Nigeria 4-3 on Sissi's overtime goal in the other game of the doubleheader.
2006-Returning from the World Cup, Landon Donovan scores both goals in the Los Angeles Galaxy’s 2-0 win over the Kansas City Wizards.
2008-The USL's Baltimore-based Crystal Palace defeats the New York Red Bulls 2-0 in a Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup game at Lawrence E. Knight Stadium.
2009-With a 2-1 come from behind victory over the Washington Freedom, the Chicago Red Stars both snap their own nine-game winless streak and enter the WPS record books as the first team in league history to come back from a deficit to post a win.
2015-Dom Dwyer scores four goals to lead Sporting Kansas City to a 6-2 win over FC Dallas in a Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup round of 16 game at Sporting Park.
2015-A stoppage time own goal by England's Laura Bassett gives Japan a 2-1 win in a Women's World Cup semifinal at Commonwealth Stadium.