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Rodolph Austin and Luton Shelton scored from free kicks as Jamaica beat the United States 2-1 on Friday in a World Cup qualifier, giving the Reggae Boyz their first win over the Americans. Clint Dempsey, playing his first competitive match in three months, put the U.S. ahead after just 35 seconds; the fastest American goal in a World Cup qualifier. But Jamaica, who had not won in 18 previous games against the U.S., scored in the 23rd and 62nd minutes. Jamaica leads Group A with seven points, followed by the U.S. on four, with both having played three games. Guatemala, which has one point from its only game, was at home later Friday against Antigua and Barbuda, which has one point from two games. The U.S. and Jamaica meet again on Tuesday at Columbus, Ohio. The top two teams from the group advance to next year's six-nation regional finals, which will produce three qualifiers for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Missing injured Landon Donovan (hamstring) and Michael Bradley (thig...
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