epa04282694 A filling station is underwater following thunderstorms and heavy rain in Recife, Brazil, 26 June 2014. Later in the day the United States and Germany play in the city in a match to decide who tops the group. EPA/THOMAS EISENHUTH
A filling station is underwater following thunderstorms and heavy rain in Recife, Brazil, 26 June 2014. Later in the day the United States and Germany play in the city in a match to decide who tops the group.
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The US Men’s National Team is set to face off against Germany at noon today in Recife, Brazil, but concerns over flooding could cause issues for the teams’ final group stage match.

Reporters at the stadium have tweeted that there is no flooding inside or on the field, and ESPN’s SportsCenter tweeted that the match should go on as scheduled.

But the major problem is that fans will have a tough time getting to the stadium located more than 15 miles outside the city. Various people in town for the match have been tweeting pictures that show the serious impact the flooding is having on travel. It has even forced some fans to abandon their vehicles and begin walking.

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