The United States scored its final goal in a tight World Cup game against Ghana in the 86th minute. The goal, scored by John Brooks, was headed in, giving the U.S. a 2-1 lead.
Americans went berserk, as evidenced by the abundance of tweets sent right after the goal.
SBNation’s Michael Katz has a Vine of Twitter activity in the U.S. before and after Brooks’ goal, below.
Here’s a shot of Twitter activity, before the goal:
And here’s a shot of Twitter activity after (Twitter really needs to get the Great Plains states on its platform):
And here’s the Vine:
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