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Germany won the US Cup ’93 with close high-scoring defeats of USA (4-3) and England (2-1), after opening the tournament with a 3-3 thriller with Brazil. Brazil finished runners-up, a draw with England costing them the Cup, but otherwise winning their opening match with USA and the aforementioned drawwith Germany. Hosts USA finished third with a famous 2-0 win over England, repeating the feat of their 1950 World Cup team who defeated England 1-0. England managed to save some face with a 1-1 draw with Brazil, but finished last after losing their final game with Germany.
The US Cup was a prestigious Men’s International Soccer Tournament held in various cities in the United States of America, in the years leading up to World Cup USA ’94. It was intended as promotion for both the upcoming World Cup held in the country and also the start of the Professional League in USA – Major League Soccer which started in 1996.
 Radnedge, Kier (1992) “US Cup ’92” World Soccer. September 1992. pg. 14
 Fandom Logos (1992) US Soccer Logo 1992-2001 [Internet] Available from: https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/logopedia/images/1/1d/United_States_Soccer_Federation_logo_%281990-2001%29.svg/revision/latest/scale-to-width-down/200?cb=20130418193625 [Accessed 1 April 2020]
Thanks to Rory Naughton, Cathal Gallagher.
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