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World Cup Watchers Feel Patriotic

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Productivity likely took a dip in many workplaces Tuesday afternoon. That's because The U.S. Men's soccer team played Belgium in the World Cup round of 16.

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- Productivity likely took a dip in many workplaces Tuesday afternoon.  That's because The U.S. Men's soccer team played Belgium in the World Cup round of 16.

At Dublin's Pass in downtown Springfield, there was a full house to witness the heartbreaking 2-1 loss.

MSU Student Chaz Rose said he felt patriotic watching the match.

"It's great for everyone to come together, and it's right around July 4th, and it's fitting in great.  It's so much fun, you get engrossed in the emotions and feelings, it's amazing," Rose said.

The loss eliminated the United States from the World Cup.

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