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VIDEO: U.S. Goalie Tim Howard Talks World Cup on TODAY: 'Journey Ended a Little Too Soon'
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The United States' World Cup dream came to an end on Tuesday, but goalie Tim Howard did his best to make Belgium's victory come hard-earned. The athlete made made 16 saves, the most in a World Cup game since 1966.
Below, watch Howard's interview this morning with TODAY anchor Matt Lauer!
"I said last night we were heartbroken, and we were," Howard told Lauer. "Thirty-one teams go home heartbroken. Our journey ended just a little too soon. We felt like we played well yesterday. I don't think the guys could've given any more after 120 minutes. We gave everything we had, and to be honest, we're proud of that."
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