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Tim Ream plays full game in USA's penalty shootout defeat

26 July 2015

American international goes 120 minutes in third-placed penalty shootout defeat against Panama

Tim Ream played the full 120 minutes for the United States, as their CONCACAF Gold Cup campaign ended with a penalty shootout defeat in the third-placed play off against Panama.

The Bolton defender made his second start of the tournament during the game in Pennsylvania, making a notable contribution in the 36th minute, clearing an Armando Cooper shot off the line.

Robert Nurse opening the scoring for Panama after half time, only for Clint Dempsey to level things up with 20 minutes remaining.

Extra time brought no further goals, with Panama eventually triumphing 3-2 on spot kicks after Fabian Johnson, Michael Bradley and DaMarcus Beasley all failed to convert.

The Gold Cup final takes place on Sunday evening between Mexico and Jamaica.

Ream will now fly back to the UK to link up with his Bolton Wanderers team-mates ahead of the upcoming 2015/16 season.

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