Fans at the bar watch the United States vs Germany World Cup match at Peeve’s Public House on Fresno’s Fulton Mall in 2014 in Fresno.
Fans at the bar watch the United States vs Germany World Cup match at Peeve’s Public House on Fresno’s Fulton Mall in 2014 in Fresno. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee file
Fans at the bar watch the United States vs Germany World Cup match at Peeve’s Public House on Fresno’s Fulton Mall in 2014 in Fresno. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee file

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