AL RAYYAN, Qatar (AP) — The bald man came dressed head-to-toe in full American spirit. A red, white and blue bandana, stars and stripes mismatched socks, shorts that might have been swimming trunks suited for a summer barbeque. Philip Labas wore an outfit bursting with pride for the United States men's soccer team Saturday as he attended his 18th match of his first trip to the World Cup. He was part of the American Outlaws, the team's official fan group, and they'd gathered under the Aspire Towe
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DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Louis van Gaal leaned to his left, wrapped his arm around Denzel Dumfries, and planted a kiss on the player's cheek. Dumfries probably deserved even more smooches from his coach on Saturday after leading the Netherlands into the World Cup quarterfinals with a goal and two assists in the 3-1 victory over the United States. “Yesterday, or a day before yesterday, I gave him a big fat kiss,” Van Gaal said at the post-match news conference. "I am going to give him another big fat k