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(From The Hindu)
Clint Mathis scored in his World Cup debut, and on one of the first times he touched the ball.
``Somebody on the U.S. team had to do it,'' the newly shorn attacker said after Monday's 1-1 tie against South Korea, which put the Americans within one point of a berth in the second round.
Mathis, who didn't play in the United States' opening match against Portugal, took a pass from John O'Brien, trapping the ball with his right foot and shooting it with his left. He immediately ran toward the few U.S. supporters in the crowd.
``I put up two peace signs and the kiss was to the U.S. fans,'' he said. ``There was a small section of …