TIME world cup 2014

WATCH: Twitter Exploded After Team USA’s Brooks Blasted Game-Winning Goal

Watch Twitter light up after Brooks put one past Ghana's keeper

U.S. soccer fans showed their support on Twitter Monday night after John Brooks’ game-winning header against Ghana. The tweet explosion helps support that the 2014 FIFA World Cup will be the most-tweeted event ever.


Midfielder Graham Zusi served up a beautiful cross from a corner kick, giving rookie Brooks the opportune moment to make his first international goal.

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