The USMNT finished out the March 2021 international window with a 2-1 win over Northern Ireland in Belfast. As expected, Northern Ireland changed most of their lineup from the one they used last week in World Cup qualifying. The USMNT made four changes to its starting lineup. Gio Reyna put the USMNT up in the 30th minute through a solo effort. Christian Pulisic doubled the lead from the penalty . . .
The USMNT beat Jamaica 4-1 in an international friendly played without fans at Stadion Wiener Neustadt in Austria. The game is the first of two European dates, with the USMNT traveling to Belfast for Sunday's game against Northern Ireland (12pm ET - FS1). With a roster made up mostly of European players, it was an MLS attacking midfielder responsible for half of the US goals. Barcelona defender . . .
Friday's soccer news starts with the USMNT U-23s shutting out Costa Rica at Concacaf Olympic qualifying. Jesus Ferreria scored the game's only goal in the 35th minute with David Ochoa making eight saves to keep the clean sheet. Costa Rica had the lead on shots on goal to the USMNT's two. The USMNT plays the Dominican Republic in their second group stage game on Sunday (7pm ET - FS1). In the other . . .
The USMNT had no trouble against an under-strength Trinidad & Tobago, closing out January camp with a 7-0 win at Exploria Stadium in Orlando. With the USMNT a mix of senior national team players and U-23s, it didn't take them long to get in sync. Jonathan Lewis scored in the 2nd minute, one of three players to finish with two goals. USMNT goalkeeper Matt Turner saved a penalty on his way to a . . .
The USMNT finished its disrupted 2020 schedule in full control of El Salvador in a 6-0 win. With the roster featuring mostly available players from Major League Soccer, Paul Arriola opened the scoring in the 17th minute. Chris Mueller doubled the lead in the 20th with Sebastian Lletget scoring in the 23rd. Mueller scored again in the 25th with Ayo Akinola making it 5-0 in the 27th. Brenden . . .
Tuesday's soccer news starts with the USMNT attack finding itself with plenty of opportunities against an overmatched Panama in a 6-2 win in Austria. It's worth the reminder that Panama led early in the first-half, but the USMNT eventually established the kind of rhythm that ended up with Nicholas Gioacchini and Sebastian Soto both scoring twice. Soto's goals came late, with the USMNT scoring . . .
The USMNT's newest generation showed that they can come back in a 6-2 win over Panama in Austria. Trailing from an 8th minute Jose Fajardo goal, Gio Reyna converted a free kick in the 19th minute. Nicholas Gioacchini scored his first goal for the senior squad in the 22nd, doubling the lead in the 26th. The USMNT has a chance to extend its lead from the penalty spot in the 65th minute, but . . .
Wales and the USMNT finished scoreless in Swansea on Thursday. The game was the first for the United States since February, returning to play in an empty stadium and with notable additions to its roster. Seven players made their senior squad debuts with Gio Reyna, Yunus Musah, and Konrad de la Fuente getting starts. The USMNT finishes out the November window against Panama in Austria on Monday . . .
A 49th minute penalty was the difference with the USMNT shutting out Costa Rica 1-0 in Carson, California. With a lineup that featured several players making their debut, it was Ulysses Lllanez getting his first game and first goal for the United States. Gyazi Zardes had a goal called back for offside in the 85th minute. Sean Johnson and Bill Hamid shared the clean sheet for the USMNT. WATCH: . . .
In an odd environment in the Cayman Islands in front of a tiny crowd, the USMNT advanced to the Concacaf Nations League knockout round with a 4-0 win over Cuba. Josh Sargent got credit for the opening goal less than a minute into the game, with a scrum in front of the net ending with the ball crossing the line. Jordan Morris doubled the lead in the 26th minute. Morris scored again in the 39th . . .