With the United States men's national soccer team delivering a stellar performance en route to a 2-0 triumph over Panama in a World Cup qualifier on Tuesday night, the U.S. fans at CenturyLink Field in Seattle began discussing travel arrangements.
The seventh-largest crowd in U.S. soccer history for a World Cup qualifier began chanting "We are going to Brazil!" and clapping in unison, which caught the attention of the ESPN broadcasters.
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The 2014 World Cup Finals are set for Brazil and the U.S. squad's win moved them closer to a berth, lifting the team to the top of its qualifying group.
"Best crowd I've played in in the United States, without a doubt," U.S. midfielder Michael Bradley said after the win, via ESPN FC. "People don't know what a difference it makes when you play in an atmosphere like this."