The United States lost to Uruguay 2-0, sustaining little coherent attacking possession and giving up two ugly goals. We take a closer look at how it all went down, the context of some of the key plays within the flow of the game, and what it means for the team going forward.
The impressive run through the U-20 World Cup finally came to an unflattering end for head coach Mikey Varas and his squad, as they were unable to match their recent performances in a deflating loss to South Americans Uruguay.
The United States U-20 Men’s National Team will try to get past the quarterfinal roadblock on Sunday when they play South Americans Uruguay, with a spot in the final four on the line.
For a while, it appeared that the United States would again struggle to score the goals they deserved, but in the end, they easily defeated New Zealand 4-0 to advance to the U-20 World Cup quarterfinals. We take a closer look at how it all went down, the context of some of the key plays within the flow of the game, and what it means for the team going forward.
With a perfect run through the group stage now under their belt, the United States U20 MNT will attempt to extend their stay in Argentina when they host New Zealand on Tuesday in the Round of 16.
With the final games of Group B taking place Friday evening, the U-20 USMYNT topped the group after a convincing win against Slovakia. We take a closer look at how it all went down, the context of some of the key plays within the flow of the game, and what it means for the team going forward.
The United States U-20 MYNT closes out their so far successful group stage against Slovakia on Friday, with their advancement to the final 16 already secured.
The young U-20 MNT squad from Mikey Varas will begin the 2023 World Cup on Saturday against the same opponent who ended their run four years earlier, when they face Ecuador in San Juan, Argentina.
The final 21-man roster for the upcoming U-20 World Cup in Argentina was announced by US Soccer, balancing an experience-heavy group of players while still missing several key contributors for various reasons.
John Brooks and Hoffenheim gave themselves another survival boost as they beat Schalke to put themselves five points clear of the Bundesliga’s relegation zone.