American players before the big match. And you know firsthand about the opening match jitters. Tell us about that, Julie. Good to see you. Sg Reporter: Yeah, you can imagine after training a lifetime,... See More
American players before the big match. And you know firsthand about the opening match jitters. Tell us about that, Julie. Good to see you. Sg Reporter: Yeah, you can imagine after training a lifetime, get to the moment, you just want the party to get started. The eight days the U.S. Team has had in Brazil felt like 800. The roster is set, the team is ready, get it done. And tell you what, even though only six guys on the roster played in a world cup, spending time with them, they seem ready to roll. U.s. Are one up! Reporter: Finally tonight, the U.S. Men are kicking off their world cup. Abroad lee scores! Reporter: The team of 23 mixing some Wiley veterans with fresh faces eager to make their mark. Put me in, coach, put me in. I think I just pulled something. I met up with two of the headliners -- forward jozy altidore and midfielder, Bradley. Cross fire, kids. I am feeling it. Oh. Reporter: When people are watching this team, what do you want them to see? Give everything until we can't give anything anymore. That will appeal to a lot of people. We feel a big responsibility to now play well, to represent our country at a world cup. Reporter: Who's the guy on the field like, get it done. It won't be easy for the Americans. The U.S. Is in group G, considered so tough it's been dubbed the group of death. We relish that challenge and pressure. That's what playing at this level is all about. Reporter: And now the important stuff. This is a pop quiz for you two. Who is the most obsessed about their hair before going on to the field? Jeff. Reporter: Cameron? Yes, he thinks he's pretty good looking. Reporter: The lady's man? Fabian. Fabian Johnson. Reporter: All joking aside, come game time tonight, it's all business. As the beat of an entire nation burns in their hearts. We step on the field with the support of hundreds of millions of people back home. They look on the field and say, yeah, that's our team. Reporter: I keep -- I keep doing this around the set everywhere today, robin. It's interesting. Maybe the road is tough, and maybe this is the group of death, and maybe bumpy, but that's the American way, isn't it? It is. And just give us a feeling over there right now. I know we're excited here. We have sure soccer that's here, and this feeling, it's unpredictable. Anything can happen, right, Julie? Anything can happen. Reporter: And that's the beauty of it. You have the feeling in terms of fans and Americans. I'm in Rio where the U.S. Team isn't even playing, people coming up and saying we cannot wait for this to get going. I think there's a misconception that Americans don't love soccer, but you feel an overwhelming support for them. Looking forward to seeing this U.S. Team rock it today. Yes, we are. And always good to see you, Julie. Should we say that I believe that we will win? I believe that we will win. I believe that we will win! I believe that we will win! Our sister network, ESPN,
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