The USMNT started the March 2019 international window with a 1-0 shutout of Ecuador at Orlando City Stadium. A deflected Gyasi Zardes shot in the 81st minute was the game's only goal. Sean Johnson kept the clean sheet. Coach Gregg Berhalter's tactics and personnel decisions showed throughout the first-half. The USMNT played with composure on the ball, winning corners and pressuring the Ecuador . . .
In a night of debuts for the USMNT, it was Chicago Fire forward Djordje Mihailovic making the most of his. Mihailovic scored in his first game for the USMNT, making the difference in the 1-0 win over Panama at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. In front of a sparse crowd, USMNT coach Gregg Berhalter marked his own debut by giving five players theirs. That included Mihailovic who put the . . .
The USMNT finished their 2018 schedule with a 1-0 loss to Italy in Genk, Belgium. Ethan Horvath was in goal for the USMNT, making several saves to keep the USMNT in the game. Matteo Politano scored for Italy four minutes into stoppage time. Romain Gall made his senior team debut for the USMNT. For the USMNT, the focus now shifts to US Soccer announcing a coaching hire. The USMNT returns to action . . .
England shutout the USMNT 3-0 at Wembley Stadium to start the November international games. The USMNT fell behind to a 25th minute Jesse Lingard goal, who caught the far corner of Brad Guzan's goal with a bending ball from distance. Trent Alexander-Arnold made it 2-0 two minutes later. The game served as a testimonial for England all-time goals leader Wayne Rooney, who subbed on in the 58th . . .
The USMNT finished out the October international window drawing 1-1 with Peru at Rentschler Field in East Hartford, CT. Peru dominated possession in the first-half, but couldn't find a goal. The USMNT took advantage early in the second-half with Jose Sargent getting a deflection and a goal in in the 49th minute. Peru's Andy Polo hit the bar in the 75th and Edison Flores equalized in the 86th . . .
On a humid night in Tampa, Colombia got the better of the USMNT in a 4-2 win at Raymond James Stadium. With the USMNT once again using an experimental lineup combining experience with young players, Colombia took advantage. James Rodriguez opened the scoring in the 36th minute, behind the ball in from just inside the box. USMNT defender Matt Miazga made a clearance on a Rodriguez shot in the . . .
The United States stepped up in the second-half, taking a man advantage and getting a goal in a 1-0 win over Mexico at Nashville's Nissan Stadium. Shortly after an altercation between Matt Miazga and Edson Alvarez, Mexico's Angel Zaldivar saw red for a foul on USMNT captain Wil Trapp in the 67th minute. Tyler Adams scored in the 71st for the game's only goal. Adams capitalized on an Antonee . . .
Another young version of the USMNT took the field against Brazil on Friday night at MetLife Stadium. With Brazil starting a competitive lineup including Neymar, Douglas Cosa, and Roberto Firmino the challenge was there for the US defense. Firmino opened the scoring in the 11th minute with Neymar converting a penalty in the 43rd. The USMNT defense did well to keep the score low, with Matt Miazga . . .
The USMNT was the opponent in Lyon for France's World Cup sendoff game, drawing 1-1. The home crowd was vocal and excited, but that enthusiasm took a hit when Julian Green put the USMNT up in the 44th minute. Green's goal was the first for the USMNT all-time against France. Bobby Wood almost doubled the lead in the 48th with that goal called offside. Kylian Mbappe equalized for France in the 78th . . .
In a game that marked the farewell of Ireland player John O'Shea, Ireland beat the USMNT 2-1 on a late goal. O'Shea subbed out in the 25th minute, making a cameo as he said goodbye in Dublin. Bobby Wood put the USMNT up in first-half stoppage time. Graeme Burke equalized for Ireland in the 57th minute, poking the ball over the line. Ireland substitute Alan Judge scored in the 90th minute. Once . . .