A Sergino Dest stunner and an own goal created by a Timothy Weah strike were all the United States men’s national team needed to overcome Costa Rica to take all three points in the final game of this round of CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers at the Lower.com Stadium in Columbus, Ohio, on Wednesday night.
The United States will host Costa Rica on Wednesday evening in Columbus, Ohio, in a game that sees the team under pressure to convincingly take all three points following a disappointing weekend performance.
After every recent USMNT game since his hiring almost three years ago, head coach Gregg Berhalter has been repeatedly drawn into the center of conversation, around the sports bars from coast to coast across the country, and on social media around the planet.
The United States men’s national team suffered a shock 1-0 loss to Panama on Sunday, and head coach Gregg Berhalter took responsibility afterward for his lineup choices.
The United States men’s national team looked flat on Sunday night as a second-half goal from Anibal Godoy gave Panama the win at the Rommel Fernandez Gutierrez and drop the Americans out of the top spot in CONCACAF’s Octagonal.
Currently atop the CONCACAF qualifying standings, Gregg Berhalter’s squad will try to ride the momentum from last week’s victory when they visit Panama on Sunday night.
On a night when the U.S. men’s national team was left frustrated by the inexperience of the referee and the lack of a video assistant referee, they finally put it together in the second half as Ricardo Pepi scored both goals to give them a shutout win over Jamaica at the Q2 Stadium in Austin, Texas on Thursday.
Gregg Berhalter has decided on who will show up for camp in Austin, Texas as he prepares for the next phase of CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers next month.
It looks like Gregg Berhalter will have to look to other alternatives for the United States men’s national team’s World Cup qualifier on October 10 against Panama as a COVID-19 travel ban by the British government could see several UK-based players miss the game.
The United States men’s national team’s time in FIFA’s top 10 has come to an end as they have dropped down three spots to 13th, according to the latest rankings released on Thursday.