Concacaf Gold Cup final: United States men’s national soccer team to a thrilling 1-0 win over Mexico

Concacaf Gold Cup final: United States men’s national soccer team to a thrilling 1-0 win over Mexico

Miles Robinson’s extra-time goal in the 117th moment lifted the United States men’s public soccer group to an exciting 1-0 success over Mexico in the Concacaf Gold Cup last before a overwhelmingly El Tri crowd at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Sunday.

The victory denoted the second time in two months that the USMNT crushed their adversaries in a mainland competition, subsequent to winning in additional time in the Concacaf Nations League last on June 6.

Kellyn Acosta conveyed the profound free kick into the 18-yard box, where Robinson headed home the winning goal.

The Gold Cup last was the fifth game in the tournament that the USMNT won by a 1-0 scoreline, including every one of the three knockout stage games. Goalkeeper Matt Turner, who plays expertly for the New England Revolution of MLS, begun in objective for the U.S. the whole tournament and acquired clean sheets in each of the five of those games.

The USMNT has won nine consecutive games by and large and 14 home games in row.

This is the seventh time that the U.S. has won the Concacaf Gold Cup, with the last success coming in 2017 when it confronted Jamaica in the last. The USMNT had just crushed Mexico once already in a Gold Cup last, with that success coming in 2007 when Landon Donovan and Benny Feilhaber scored objectives in a 2-1 win at Soldier Field.

With the USMNT’s premier taking part in preseasons for their impending European club group seasons, mentor Gregg Berhalter depended vigorously on players from Major League Soccer. Of the 23 players on the Gold Cup list, 19 addressed MLS clubs. Berhalter’s beginning lineup Sunday included nine MLS players.

The USMNT’s European-based players will return when the group opens World Cup qualifying at El Salvador on Sept. 2.

For Mexico, the Gold Cup final defeat will raise inquiries regarding the eventual fate of mentor Tata Martino, who was recruited in January 2019 in the wake of driving Atlanta United to triumph in the 2018 MLS Cup. Yet, two defeats this summer against its regional rival adversary in tournament finals will cast doubts about Martino’s status as Mexico’s mentor.

Mexico likewise opens World Cup qualifying on Sept. 2, playing Jamaica at home.

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