(CNN) - Vice President Joe Biden reunited with the U.S. soccer team at the World Cup in Brazil, and this time he celebrated a win.
The U.S. team beat Ghana 2-1 Monday, the same score that marked Ghana's victories over the Americans at the 2006 and 2010 tournaments.
In a video released by the White House, Biden tells the team they were "spectacular" and greeted many of the players by name, mentioning his visit with them at the last World Cup in South Africa.
“Vice President, I want to show you I still got the coin from last time,” U.S. defender DaMarcus Beasley said, pulling out a coin from his gym bag from their previous meeting.
"Well, I owe the drinks!" Biden responded.
Biden also spoke about the U.S. team's coach, Jurgen Klinsmann.
"He looked happier in that first goal – you can see it on the monitor – than when I won the election," said Biden as he embraced Klinsmann.
Biden seemed most excited to talk to goalie Tim Howard, who made a total of four saves during Monday's game.
"You played one hell of a game," Biden told Howard.
"I try," Howard replied.
"You did more than try!" Biden said, introducing Howard to his nephew and granddaughter, an aspiring goalie.
As Biden was leaving he reminded Beasley about his promise.
"Hey man any time you want to collect, I owe you!"
"Cool," Beasley laughed as the team cheered.