The United States' 0-0 tie against heavily-favored England headlined Friday's action at the World Cup in Qatar. Here's everything that went down in the Middle East.
The United States knows its path to the knockout stage after picking up a point against England. Here's everything that happened in the World Cup today and what to expect tomorrow.
Initially ruled just a yellow card, Wayne Hennessey's collision with an Iran's Mehdi Taremi was changed to a red card — and that made the difference.
A late red card against Wales goalkeeper helped lift Iran to a 2-0 victory, putting the USMNT closer to a win-and-advance scenario in Group B.
Gareth Bale converted a penalty kick in the 82nd minute to offset Tim Weah’s first-half goal and give Wales a 1-1 draw against the United States in the return to the World Cup for both nations.
Should Group B of the World Cup be considered the "Group of Death?" Let's break it down, starting with Wales.