EVENT: 1994 FIFA World Cup held in the U.S.
COMPLEX SAYS: The '94 U.S. soccer team put on for their city by making it to the round of 16, their deepest run in the World Cup since 1934. Led by players like Alexi Lalas (peep the badass red hair), Cobi Jones, and Eric Wynalda, the Americans tied Switzerland 1-1 in their first match then beat a heavily favored Colombia team 2-1 to advance to the knockout stage. The victory over Colombia was aided by an own goal by Andres Escobar, who was murdered in his home country 10 days later. Damn, R.I.P. #itsjustagame