Jun 25, 2014, 8:56 PM EDT
No American — or German, for that matter — needs reminding of what will take place on Thursday at noon ET. The United States takes on Germany in each team’s Group G finale, and a draw will guarantee that both teams advance to the knockout stage.
The question for most fans, beyond the result, revolves around where and how to watch the match. U.S. Soccer coach Jurgen Klinsmann wants to help out with a note to get out of work:
— Jürgen Klinsmann (@J_Klinsmann) June 25, 2014
Well played, Jurgen. Now, what happens to Klinsmann regarding his work if the United States fails to advance, after being within seconds of doing so on Sunday against Portugal? We’ll find out soon.
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