Peru's Christian Cueva is comforted by teammate Christian Ramos as he cries after missing his shot in the penalty shoot-out loss to Colombia,
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Colombian players celebrate after defeating Peru in the penalty shoot-out in East Rutherford, N.J.
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Kiradech Aphibarnrat reacts to a missed putt at the U.S. Open.
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Anthony Rizzo of the Chicago Cubs collides with Josh Harrison of the Pittsburgh Pirates after being forced out.
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Stewards remove flares thrown by Croatian fans during the UEFA Euro 2016 Group D match between the Czech Republic and Croatia in Saint-Etienne, France.
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George Springer of the Houston Astros makes a diving catch on a line drive by Adam Duvall of the Cincinnati Reds.
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Phil Mickelson during the second round of the U.S. Open.
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Colombia's goalkeeper David Ospina stops a penalty shot by Peru's Miguel Trauco.
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Starting pitcher Michael Fulmer of the Detroit Tigers dives but misses catching the ball off of a bunt by Whit Merrifield of the Kansas City Royals.
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Carlos Sanchez of Colombia falls over Edison Floresof Peru after going for a header during a quarterfinal match at MetLife Stadium as part of Copa America Centenario.
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Matthew Anderson (1), David Lee (4) and Garrett Muagututia (18) of the U.S. attempts to block during a match against Iran at the FIVB World League 2016 in Rio de Janeiro.
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Elena Delle Donne of the Chicago Sky fights for position against Angel McCoughtry of the Atlanta Dream.
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A Croatian fans shows off her soccer-related attire during a Euro 2016 Group D match between Croatia and the Czech Republic.
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Nick Markakis of the Atlanta Braves waits in the batter's circle against the New York Mets.
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John McEnroe, one of eight players who have won the Queens singles title four times, was recognized on day five of the Aegon Championships at The Queens Club in London.
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A general view during the quarerfinal match between Andy Murray and Kyle Edmund at The Queens Club.
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Andy Murray slips during the quarterfinal match against Kyle Edmund at Queens Club in London.
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Charley Hoffman hits out of bunker on 13th hole at the U.S. Open.
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Spectators at sunset on day two of the U.S. Open at Oakmont Country Club in Pennsylvania.
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On June 18, 1960, Arnold Palmer (left) overcame a seven-shot deficit by shooting a then-tournament record 65 in the final round of the U.S. Open at Cherry Hills Country Club in Denver. The performance helped him edge U.S. Amateur champion Jack Nicklaus by two strokes. It was Palmer’s only victory at the U.S. Open in his storied career.
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