Re-living USA vs. Switzerland: 1994 World Cup
Eric Wynalda (sitting) and Roy Wegerle in the Silverdome locker room prior to taking on Switzerland in the 1994 World Cup.
Frank Klopas sits at his locker room prior to the USA's 1994 World Cup match against Switzerland. On the wall, the message is clear.
With Tab Ramos's and his own denim USA jersey draped above him, Roy Wegerle sits in the locker room prior to taking on Switzerland in the 1994 World Cup.
The USA starting lineup vs. Switzerland: (L-R Top) Cle Kooiman (4), Marcelo Balboa (17), Alexi Lalas (22), Mike Sorber (16), Earnie Stewart (8) and Tony Meola (1). (L-R Bottom) Eric Wynalda (11), Tab Ramos (9), John Harkes (6), Thomas Dooley (5) and Paul Caligiuri (20).
Alexi Lalas walks out of the tunnel and onto the Silverdome field, some 15 minutes from Birmingham, Michigan, where he was born.
Thomas Dooley challenges Alain Sutter in the USA's 1994 World Cup match vs. Switzerland.
John Harkes fends off Switzerland's Marc Hottiger.
Alexi Lalas controls the ball vs. Switzerland.
Alexi Lalas passes the ball upfield vs. Switzerland.
Marcelo Balboa tries a bicycle kick vs. Switzerland, foreshadowing his spectacular near make against Colombia in the next game that went just wide of the mark.
Earnie Stewart maneuvers by Yvan Quentin in the USA's 1-1 1994 World Cup draw vs. Switzerland.
Eric Wynalda (right) is mobbed after scoring off a stellar free kick, which tied the game at the time and ultimately led to the USA's first World Cup point in 44 years.