Landon Donovan appears in a new EA Sports video that points a finger at Jurgen Klinsmann’s decision to not select the American soccer player for the World Cup.
Part humorous, part trying to make a point, you have to watch the video to pick up on the subtle (and not so subtle) references regarding why Donovan should be in the USMNT World Cup 2014 team.
Today, the US Men’s National Soccer Team (USMNT) will face Ghana in their first game of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, but they’ll do it without Landon Donovan, America’s all-time leading goal scorer and widely considered one of the Nation’s best ever players. The controversial decision to leave Landon out has left a nation asking, how will the USMNT fare without him and besides appearing on ESPN, how has Landon been dealing with not going to Brazil?
Before kick-off in Natal, EA SPORTS FIFA will give the world an inside look at how L.A. Galaxy Captain and US soccer superstar, Landon Donovan has been spending this FIFA World Cup. Via a humorous, 60 second digital spot, EA SPORTS bring US soccer fans inside Landon’s home to reveal his morning routine which includes some EA SPORTS 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil and a bit of singing.
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