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Instant Reaction: USMNT beat Bolivia to kick off their Copa America slate

Here's what you missed as the United States earned all three points in Texas on Sunday.

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ARLINGTON, Texas — And just like that, the U.S. men’s national team’s Copa America campaign has begun.

The USMNT dispatched Bolivia in a 2-0 win to start the group stage in front of just over 47,000 fans at the cavernous AT&T Stadium. Let’s dive into what we learned from the United States’ match on Sunday evening.

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Gregg Berhalter’s team has an opportunity to make a statement at the Copa America with the whole country watching, a chance they haven’t had in 30 years.

What’s your one sentence reaction to that game?

The U.S. didn’t get out of second gear for much of the game, but their skill carried them to a straightforward win.

Can you give me a little more than that?

It’s hard to imagine a better way to start a tournament than with this strike:

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