The U.S. men’s national team concluded their September friendlies with wins against Uzbekistan and Oman, scoring seven and conceding none in the process. Although the two Asian countries are ranked 73rd and 74th respectively, the October friendlies against Germany and Ghana will prove to be a greater test for the squad and manager.
The United States men’s national team once again scored early but had to wait until the second half to add more to their tally as they came away with the shutout win over Oman on Tuesday night at Allianz Field in Minneapolis.
A much better performance saw the USA run riot against Oman in Gregg Berhalter’s second game back in charge. By venturing into a fresh and distinctive tactical strategy, Berhalter orchestrated precisely the kind of transformation needed. The USMNT dominated Oman with a resounding 4-0 triumph, thoroughly overpowering their Asian adversaries.
Following Saturday’s win over Uzbekistan that was hardly as impressive as the final scoreline, the United States Men’s National Team will be looking for a more convincing performance against Oman on Tuesday night in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
The United States scored early and late as Gregg Berhalter made his return to the sidelines to guide his team to a shutout win over Uzbekistan at CITYPark in St. Louis, Missouri, on Saturday to begin the cycle for the 2026 World Cup.
Gregg Berhalter marked his comeback as the USMNT head coach for a second cycle with a 3-0 victory against Uzbekistan in a friendly match. Timothy Weah netted an early goal, while Ricardo Pepi and Christian Pulisic sealed the deal in the later stages. The job was complete but it wasn’t pretty.
The United States men’s national team will begin the process of preparing for the 2026 World Cup this weekend with all eyes on head coach Gregg Berhalter as he makes his return to the sideline after U.S. Soccer took what seemed to be an eternity to announce their “new” hire.
The second Gregg Berhalter era of the United States Men’s National Team gets underway on Saturday night in St. Louis, when a full-strength squad takes on Uzbekistan for the first-ever meeting between these two.
With the 2023 World Cup in Indonesia less than three months off, United States U-17 MNT head coach Gonzalo Segares has named a 20-player roster which will compete in the Václav Ježek Cup in the Czech Republic in the coming days.
Venezia midfielder Tanner Tessmann will finally get his first shot at USMNT glory in more than two years, after he was added to Gregg Berhalter’s roster in place of Johnny Cardoso.