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United States upends Cameroon

Game 2 of the U-20 World Cup went much better for the Yanks than their first try, a 3-0 loss to Germany.

On Tuesday, the United States thrashed Cameroon 4-1, thanks in large part to players with South Florida connections.

Bryan Arguez, the former Kendall Soccer Coalition player currently on the Hertha Berlin roster, scored in first-half stoppage time, while Tony Taylor, recently signed by Traffic, added a goal in the second half.

The win puts the Americans in strong position to advance to the elimination stage with a positive result against Korea Friday.

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