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From Brooks (good) to Phil (bad), it was a wild week at the U.S. Open

This U.S. Open was many things. It was not, however, boring. From Phil Mickelson's wild ride to Brooks Koepka's repeat, there were plenty of highs and lows.

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The steps that led to Koepka winning the U.S. Open

The U.S. Open ended with Brooks Koepka holding the trophy again. How did we get here? Take a look at all the big moments from Sunday's final round.

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Mexico's win redemption for under-fire Osorio

Juan Carlos Osorio hasn't always been a unanimously popular choice as Mexico's manager, but Sunday's win over Germany is proof of his abilities.

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Lozano the hero as Mexico stuns Germany

Hirving Lozano's remarkable rise continued as his first-half goal led Mexico to a shocking victory over Germany, the defending World Cup champions.

Marquez third man to play at five World Cups

Rafa Marquez came on against Germany to equal the records of Mexico compatriot Antonio Carbajal and Germany's Lothar Matthaus.

Honigstein: Old issues resurfaced for Germany vs. Mexico

Raphael Honigstein joins the FC panel to discuss the ramifications of Germany's defeat to Mexico, Mats Hummels' postmatch comments and more.

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How Osorio and Mexico got it right against Germany

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez explain how Juan Carlos Osorio's tactics played a big role in Mexico's defeat of Germany at the World Cup.

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Mexico fan proposes after El Tri triumph

Following Mexico's unexpected win over Germany, one El Tri fan couldn't hold back his emotions and proposed to his now fiancé.

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Robson: Germany lacked athleticism vs. Mexico

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson believes Juan Carlos Osorio and Mexico hatched a perfect, counterattacking game plan against an aging Germany side.

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Mexico fans euphoric after Lozano's winner

Mexico fans erupt with excitement in the Fan Zone following Hirving Lozano's winner against Germany.

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FIFA World Cup

Group Stages

Brazil frustrated by Swiss in draw

Another of the World Cup's presumptive front-runners stumbled in its opening game as Brazil couldn't do better than a tie against Switzerland.

Stream on ESPN+: FC Daily recaps Mexico stunning Germany and previews England-Tunisia

Sunday's Top Plays

Reds' Hamilton runs 77 feet to make diving catch

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Nimmo, Cabrera go back-to-back to give Mets a lead

Brandon Nimmo hammers a 2-run homer to put New York on top, then Asdrubal Cabrera follows up with a solo shot.

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Rangers' Trevino emotional after walk-off hit

Days after the birth of his first child, Jose Trevino credits his late father for guiding his game-ending single.

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Yankees' Hicks drops bat after solo blast

Aaron Hicks watches his homer leave the park in the fifth inning as the Yankees trail the Rays 3-1.

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Braves' Markakis ends game with great catch

Franmil Reyes slices a ball down the line in right and Nick Markakis lays out to record the final out of the game.

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Correa sparks Astros' rally with solo homer

Carlos Correa draws the Astros even with the Royals with a solo homer to left field.

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Hernandez, Solarte hit back-to-back homers for Jays

Teoscar Hernandez and Yangervis Solarte smash a pair of solo home runs to give Toronto a 8-6 lead over Atlanta.

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College World Series

No. 9 Texas Tech vs. No. 1 Florida

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Are teams passing on Trae Young missing a future superstar?

Will the college star become a draft steal or are skeptics right about his NBA limitations? That's one of the draft's biggest questions.

Ayton: 'I knew that basketball would get me through'

NBA draft prospect DeAndre Ayton reflects on his beginnings in basketball and how dealing with the scrutiny at Arizona will make him a better pro.

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Jackson Jr. a shooter like his father

Jaren Jackson Jr. reflects on how his dad's NBA career influenced him and how his own game has grown over the past few seasons.

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On This Date: June 17, 1994

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  • O.J. Simpson and the Bronco chase

    From ESPN's 30 for 30 O.J.: Made in America, go back to June 17, 1994, and relive the infamous car chase between the police and O.J. Simpson in a Bronco.