The rest of the CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers played out on Tuesday night, with the USMNT remaining in 3rd-place in the Hexagonal. World Cup qualifying resumes in September.
Panama and Honduras drew 2-2 at Estadio Rommel Fernandez. Romell Quioto put Honduras up on the road in the 6th minute with Blas Perez equalizing in the 41st. Alberth Elis scored for Honduras in the 65th with Roman Torres equalizing in the 90th minute. That result leaves Panama in 4th-place with seven points, a point behind the USMNT. Honduras is in 5th-place with five points.
Costa Rica beat Trinidad & Tobago 2-1 at Estadio Nacional. Francisco Calvo scored for Costa Rica in the 1st minute. Kevin Molino equalized for Trinidad & Tobago in the 35th. Bryan Ruiz scored for Costa Rica in the 44th minute. Costa Rica is in 2nd-place, three points ahead of the USMNT. Trinidad & Tobago is in 6th-place, two points behind Honduras.
The NY Times' Jere Longman relays the deaths and labor abuses that a Human Rights Watch report links to stadium construction for the 2018 World Cup. Keir Radnedge also discusses the impact the report should have on FIFA. The report on the 2018 World Cup stadiums from Human Rights Watch.
BBC Sport has the 2017-18 Premier League schedule. ESPN FC's Jeff Carlisle explains the issues for MLS teams interested in signing Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Goal.com's Dejan Kalinic previews Mexico's Confederations Cup opener against Portugal. Inside World Football's Samindra Kunti updates the issues with the Eurostadium in suburban Brussels, one of the hosts for Euro 2020.
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