Russia may have pressed the U.S. incessantly during their friendly Wednesday, but Team USA can be happy with a 2-2 draw that saw the U.S. offensive attack generate some creative chances. Sure, Russia was without Andrei Arshavin, who is considered its best player, but tying the ninth-ranked team in the world is no small feat. Jurgen Klinsmann might not yet have the team in position to win a World Cup, but he's got to be somewhat happy with Wednesday's overall result.
Winning by tying?
The U.S. was lucky to come away with a tie, but if it weren't for a penalty kick in the second half, they might have ended up winning.