After the draw with El Salvador, the young USA team once again distributed points to Canada in the World Cup qualifiers in CONCACAF.
Brendan Aaronson put the United States ahead in the 55th minute, but Kyle Larrain tied the score at 62 minutes in favor of Canada.
American star Christian Pulisic re-emerged with the national team after missing the 0-0 draw in El Salvador at the opening of the Octagon Final bound for Qatar 2022. The Chelsea striker had COVID-19 and contributed to the vitality and vitality. Little creativity was experienced by the United States as a visitor. Pulisic was one of the directors of the play that culminated in Aaronson’s goal.
But backers DeAndre Yedlin and John Brooks were responsible for Larryn’s equalizing the score.
The United States scored two points ahead of a visit to Honduras on Wednesday. The Hondurans, who tied 0-0 in El Salvador on Sunday, have two units as well.
Miles Robinson passed the winning goal for the United States with a header from Pulisic’s corner over the bar in injury time. The vast majority of the more than 43,000 fans at Nissan Stadium booed at kick-off.
Mexico topped the CONCACAF qualifying table by six points after losing 1-0 away to Costa Rica. Panama, which beat Jamaica 3-0 on the road, is second with four units. Followed by Canada, the United States, Honduras and El Salvador by two points. Costa Rica (1) and Jamaica (0) are nearby.
The octagonal final will award three direct tickets from the region to the World Cup and pass to the fourth for an Intercontinental Playoff.
The United States saw them break seven consecutive World Cup matches when they were eliminated by one point from Russia’s 2018 rendezvous, largely because of not winning home matches against Mexico and Costa Rica.
Canada, which hosts El Salvador on Wednesday, lost Alphonso Davies – Bayern Munich player – in the second half to injury. This is the best Canadian team in a long time and is trying to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1986.
While Pulisic was able to play, the USA suffered losses for midfielder Weston McKinney (Juventus), striker Gio Reina (Borussia Dortmund) and goalkeeper Zach Stephen (Manchester City).
McKennie broke COVID-19 protocols, while Steffen tested positive for the virus. Reina was unable to play due to a muscle injury.
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