Found October 24, 2012 on Fox Soccer:
Abby Wambach doesn't like ties, especially after helping lead the United States to 14 consecutive wins and an Olympic Gold medal. Wambach scored her 23rd goal of the year on Tuesday, but was less than happy after the Americans had to settle for a 2-2 draw with Germany, the second tie between the world's top two teams in four days. ''The truth is this is totally a victory tour,'' she said. ''It's not necessarily about the outcome, but it's way more fun when you win.'' Dzenifer Marozsan scored twice for the Germans, including the equalizer in the 85th minute. That came after Tobin Heath gave the U.S. a 2-1 lead in the 67th minute on an assist from Alex Morgan, who had two in the match. Goalkeeper Hope Solo made six saves for the Americans, who are on a celebration tour after their Olympic victory. The Germans had ended the 14-match winning streak for the Americans with a 1-1 draw in Chicago on Saturday. The U.S. never trailed on Tue...
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