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Signed by Donovan himself!

The U.S. National Team entered the 2010 World Cup with high aspirations. By the third Group C game against Algeria, the team was facing elimination. After a U.S. goal was disallowed in the first half, tension began to build as time was running out. That was until the face of U.S. soccer, Landon Donovan, scored a late heroic goal off a rebound in the 91st minute, sending the U.S. to the Round of 16.

Donovan's epic goal is perhaps the most exciting international sports moment for a U.S. National team since the "Miracle on Ice" at the 1980 Winter Olympics.

This 18" x 36" limited-edition (110) image is signed in black by Team USA's most accomplished player ever. Landon's autograph is guaranteed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Patented Five-Step Process.


La Selección de Estados Unidos llegó al Mundial de 2010 con grandes aspiraciones, pero cuando llegó su tercer partido del Grupo C frente a Argelia, estaban a punto de ser eliminados. Tras un gol anulado en la primera mitad, la desesperación hizo presa de l

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