A MLS-heavy squad of USMNT players will take the field on Wednesday night in Los Angeles, California, for a friendly against a largely uncapped Serbian squad consisting of domestic and North American-based players.
For the second straight game Gregg Berhalter’s USMNT squad must win to stay alive in the World Cup, this time with the Dutch providing a stiff test in the Round of 16.
As a product of global soccer royalty, Tim Weah is breaking new ground and is writing his own story in the USMNT book of legends in this year’s World Cup in Qatar.
Following his team’s win against Iran that put them through to the World Cup knockout round, USMNT head coach Gregg Berhalter is enforcing a no-fear approach as they prepare to take on the Dutch, and whomever might or might not be waiting at the next steps.
Christian Pulisic scored his first World Cup goal before going off injured, but the U.S. men’s national team showed their resilience at the end to come away with a narrow win over Iran at the Al Thumama Stadium on Tuesday night to advance to the second round.
Win or go home: that is the simple equation facing the USMNT on Tuesday night when they take on Iran in the third and final Group B game.
The United States men’s national team put up a valiant fight but could not find the goals as they ended up earning a very respectable draw against England on Friday night at the Al-Bayt Stadium to put them in control of their own destiny in their final game in Group B.
The tournament-opening hiccup against Wales was a disappointment for the USMNT and fans alike, but with their significantly more formidable neighbors next in line, the team will have to regroup and fight for a result under significant pressure.
Timothy Weah gave the United States a bright start to their World Cup campaign, but Gareth Bale dashed all hopes of three points by converting a penalty for Wales as both teams settled for a draw Al Rayyan Stadium on Monday night.
The United States begin their 2022 World Cup campaign in a few short hours against a likely underestimated Wales team, with Gregg Berhalter’s young squad having 90 minutes to help fans forget about the recent years of angst and heartbreak.