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Bornstein’s Late Goal For Charlie Davies Nets U.S.A. a 2-2 Draw with Costa Rica

Published by on October 14, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLS

Team USA secured their sixth World Cup Finals appearance in a row after defender Jonathan Bornstein scored a headed equalizer deep into injury time to give the Stars and Stripes a deserved 2-2 draw against Costa Rica. The goal will be richly remembered for the way the US fans held aloft the number nine after striker Charlie Davies was ruled out for the forseeable after being injured in a fatal car crash on the eve of the match.

On Oct. 14, 2009, the United States national team took to the pitch at RFK Stadium in Washington DC to take on Costa Rica, who were looking to clinch the final automatic CONCACAF World Cup birth.

The day before the match, United States striker Charlie Davies got severely injured in a car accid...

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