Video highlights and analysis from Fox Soccer: U.S. defeats Germany to reach FIFA Women’s World Cup final Sunday against either England or Japan

The U.S. team celebrates after defeating Germany 2-0 in a semifinal in the Women's World Cup soccer tournament, Tuesday, June 30, 2015, in Montreal, Canada. (Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press via AP)

The U.S. team celebrates after defeating Germany 2-0 in a semifinal in the Women’s World Cup soccer tournament, Tuesday, June 30, 2015, in Montreal, Canada. (Graham Hughes/The Canadian Press via AP)

Game story.

Check out the impressive second goal on YouTube here.

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Video: Steven Gerrard’s journey from Liverpool to LA (Part deux), but will he put butts in seats for the Galaxy?

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Discount tix already? Maybe fans are awaiting this:

Good thing the Daily Mail has the toilet angle covered:

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World Cup Video Preview: Where to watch the USA-Germany semifinal live at 4 p.m. today on Fox Sports 1

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Here’s some of the best places in Los Angeles to watch today’s USA-Germany game.

Anyone got any other tips?

Finally, here’s a game preview.

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The Soccer Week Ahead: FIFA Women’s World Cup, Copa America, MLS, Galaxy, Steven Gerrard, USMNT

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FIFA Women’s World Cup Fox Soccer Video Highlights & Analysis: USA-China Quarterfinal

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Watch game highlights here.

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FIFA Women’s World Cup Video Preview: U.S. plays China live at 4:30 p.m. Friday on Fox

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Scoring goals has become a problem for the U.S. in Canada and with that has come criticism that you don’t often see directed at the USWNT.

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MLS Video highlights: LA Galaxy cuts Portland Timbers down to size with second five-goal outburst in two games

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Calendar check: is it 1998 all over again?

For the first time since that memorable goal-laden season, the Galaxy scored five goals in back to back games and in doing so routed another MLS team in convincing fashion after an underwhelming start to the season.

Former West Ham United flop Sebastian Lletget confirmed his MLS credentials with an impressive fourth goal in four games, providing the sort of attacking spark in midfield the team has lacked since the departure of midfielder Marcelo Sarvas.

Defender Robbie Rogers joined the goalfest with his first MLS goal in four years.

And just like that, the Galaxy are now just one point out of first place in the Western Conference.

Game story

Quotable:

“I didn’t think I was going to be so emotional and I didn’t think it was going to have the impact that it did have on me, so it was a great way to cap off tonight,” said Rogers on scoring. “Tonight’s obviously Pride Night so it’s special and I think that’s why it was more emotional because I know there were a lot of people that had never been to the stadium before. My family, my boyfriend, his friends and a lot of people from West Hollywood.

“When I’m playing, obviously I’m playing for the Galaxy, these guys, my family and most importantly, myself, but I also feel like I’m playing for those in the LGBT community,” Rogers added. S”ometimes it has been tough for me and I’ve felt the pressure and from the moments like this and the [2014 MLS Cup] Championship, I never expected for me to find that pride or to be proud of coming from a community that doesn’t really have a huge footprint in sports. But to be a part of it… It’s a special moment.”

Notable:
The Galaxy notched an obscure first last night seeing five different players score goals in a game for the second game in a row.

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Next for the Galaxy: At San Jose Earthquakes Saturday

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MLS Video Preview: LA Galaxy (6-5-7) host Portland Timbers (7-5-4) at 7:30 p.m. live on ESPN2

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Portland is seeking its fifth straight MLS win against the best team in the league (Caleb Porter’s words, not mine).

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