The USMNT put themselves in position to advance from Nations League A, Group A with a 4-1 win over Canada in Orlando. Canada is still top of the table with 9 points to the USMNT's 6, but this was Canada's final game. The USMNT concludes the Group A schedule at Cuba in the Cayman Islands on Tuesday (7:30pm ET - FS1). A win against Cuba would send the USMNT through to the semifinal round. Jordan . . .
By Jason Davis – WASHINGTON, DC (Nov 15, 2019) US Soccer Players - The USMNT will face off against Canada on Friday night in an important match for both the current version of the team and the team that will push to qualify for the World Cup in 2022. As Gregg Berhalter reboots the national team in his role as head coach, a host of new names are making their way into the picture. Youth is both a . . .
With USMNT fans focused on League A, Group A, the soccer news looks at the rest of the groups as the Nations League concludes this month. League A is the only one that advances teams to the semifinals. The other leagues are strictly about promotion and relegation. We start by keeping it in League A with Panama vs Mexico later tonight in Group B. Mexico scored all the goals in their 3-1 home win . . .
With MLS players out of the playoffs already in camp with the USMNT, coach Gregg Berhalter named additional players to the squad that will play Canada and Cuba in November. The USMNT completes Nations League A, group A play against Canada in Orlando on November 15 (7pm ET - ESPN) and at Cuba in the Cayman Islands on the 19 (7:30pm ET - FS1). Berhalter adjusted the roster again following Sunday's . . .
The soccer news starts with an unexpected scenario for the USMNT in the November window. Canada sits atop Nations League A, group A with 9 points and a +9 goal difference from three games played. After their 2-0 loss to Canada in Toronto, the USMNT has 3 points and a +5 goal difference from two games. The USMNT and Canada meet on November 15 in Orlando with Canada in position to take group A with . . .
Canada took the lead in Nations League A, group A with a 1-0 shutout of the USMNT at BMO Field. Needing to make an injury substitution for Mark-Anthony Kaye just 7 minutes in, Canada regrouped and forced the offense in both halves. Alphonso Davies scored the game's only goal in the 63rd minute. Lucas Cavallini doubled the lead a minute into stoppage time. Canada goalkeeper Milan Borjan kept the . . .
The soccer news starts with the USMNT closing out the October international window at Canada in the Nations League (7:30pm ET - ESPN2). Due to starting their Nations League schedule in the September window, Canada has 6 points and a +7 goal difference from two games played. The USMNT is in 2nd-place with 3 points and a +7 differential from Friday's win over Cuba. While Canada is looking at this . . .
The soccer news starts with job done for the USMNT in their Nations League opener. Shutting out Cuba 7-0 at DC's Audi Field didn't highlight any issues for coach Gregg Berhalter's tactics, answered a potential goal difference tiebreaker, and kept the squad healthy. That last one might be the most important as the USMNT counts down to their toughest league A, group A in the Nations League. How . . .
The USMNT opened play in league A group A of the 2019-20 Concacaf Nations League with a 7-0 shutout of Cuba at Audi Field in Washington, DC. Weston McKennie opened the scoring 32 seconds into the game, doubling the lead in the 5th minute. Jordan Morris scored in the 9th with McKennie finishing off his hat-trick in the 13th minute. An own-goal made it 6-0 USMNT in the 37th with Josh Sargent scoring . . .
The USMNT opens its Nations League schedule on Friday night (7pm ET - FS1), playing Cuba at Audi Field in DC. There are plenty of opinions about Concacaf's newest tournament, most of them asking if it really benefits the elite teams in the region. For Concacaf, part of the point is obligating all of its members to play games that count in what were friendly windows. In the latest era of the FIFA . . .