Jurgen Klinsmann is daring to dream that the United States can pull off mission improbable in the Copa America Centenario semifinals here Tuesday as the hosts face a Lionel Messi-inspired Argentina closing in on a long-awaited tournament triumph.
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Jurgen Klinsmann is daring to dream that the United States can pull off mission improbable in the Copa America Centenario semifinals here Tuesday as the hosts face a Lionel Messi-inspired Argentina closing in on a long-awaited tournament triumph.In Brazil two years ago, Klinsmann's side helped eliminate a Cristiano Ronaldo-led Portugal and highly rated Ghana before qualifying with Germany in the World Cup's "Group of Death".Privately, however, Klinsmann will be attempting to solve the puzzle caused by the suspensions of influential midfielder Jermaine Jones, wide player Alejandro Bedoya and the Hamburg-bound striker Bobby Wood.Argentina, who have amassed 14 goals in four games, are unlikely to be as profligate.Messi, superb in Saturday's 4-1 quarterfinal demolition of Venezuela, where he scored once to join Gabriel Batistuta as Argentina's record international goalscorer with 54 goals, cautions that facing the hosts on home turf may not be as straightforward as it seems.
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