World Cup With its surprise victory over longtime rival Mexico in the World Cup this morning, the U.S. soccer team now advances to the quarterfinals for the first time since 1930. Perhaps nowhere in the country was the game watched with greater intensity than along the U.S.-Mexico border, where many communities are dominated by Hispanic immigrants. In San Diego, the U.S. victory was devastating to many Mexican Americans still loyal to the Mexican team. From member station KPBS, Russell Lewis reports.

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With its surprise victory over longtime rival Mexico in the World Cup this morning, the U.S. soccer team now advances to the quarterfinals for the first time since 1930. Perhaps nowhere in the country was the game watched with greater intensity than along the U.S.-Mexico border, where many communities are dominated by Hispanic immigrants. In San Diego, the U.S. victory was devastating to many Mexican Americans still loyal to the Mexican team. From member station KPBS, Russell Lewis reports.