It took 75 years, but the U.S. men's soccer team finally captured a victory in Mexico. The U.S. earned a 1-0 win in Mexico City with a goal from defender Michael Orozco Fiscal in the 80th minute and goalkeeper Tim Howard's late sprawling saves.

"I think it's huge. It's huge for I think all American fans, it's huge for the team, and it's historic," U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann said to ESPN in a postgame interview. "We were very well aware that we've never won here at the Azteca Stadium. This is an amazing experience for the all the players. We told them before the game: This moment is for you, go and grab it. We are all aware that it was a lot, a lot of work."

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