Tuesday, 11 August 2020

Sele Showed Dedication and Courage

La Sele (Costa Rica’s national soccer team) showed dedication and courage facing the US in the game played in a Colorado blizzard Friday night.  The caption at the bottom reads, ” the US used the snow to beat Costa Rica”.

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