U.S. surrenders yet another late goal in 2-1 loss to Colombia in London

Thursday November 13th, 2014

The United States men's national team surrendered a late goal once again as Colombia came back for a deserved 2-1 win over the Americans at Craven Cottage in London. 

The United States took the lead early on, when Jozy Altidore slotted home a penalty kick after a handball in the box by the Colombian defense. But from then on the game was all Colombia, as Los Cafeteros relentlessly ran at the United States defense and generated numerous chances. Carlos Bacca scored Colombia's first in the 60th minute, and Teofilo Gutierrez added the winner in the 87th minute. 

Stay tuned to SI.com for more coverage from the match, but until then re-live Liviu Bird's live analysis below. 


Live Blog International Friendly: USA vs. Colombia



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