Mexico vs United States

Mexico vs United States Live:On Sunday, it will be the dream matchup in the Gold Cup final. A day after Mexico advanced to the final by beating Haiti, the United States took care of Jamaica on Wednesday, setting up a USA-Mexico title game. In a match that was delayed more than a half an hour in the first half due to weather, Christian Pulisic scored twice and Weston McKennie added another in a 3-1 victory that puts the U.S. on the verge of repeating and coach Gregg Berhalter potentially just days away from his first ever title as a manager.

Weston McKennie memorably burst on the USMNT scene by scoring in his debut match, a 1-1 draw with European Champions Portugal on Nov. 14, 2017. He returned to the scoresheet when he found the game’s only goal in the 1-0 quarterfinal win against Curaçao on Sunday.

Just three days later, McKennie again contributed the USA’s opening goal, making a late run into the box to convert in the ninth minute. The goal was the earliest the United States has scored in this edition of the tournament and settled a few nerves after a few previous chances went begging.

The team looked charged for another one until…Aside from a lengthy 87-minute weather delay, the only blemish of the night was that the USA’s shutout streak ended at 483 minutes when Shamar Nicholson headed home Jamaica’s goal in the 69th minute.

The goal breathed some life back into Jamaica, but the USA dug deep and saw that an equalizer didn’t come. With Jamaica pushing forward, the team caught the Reggae Boyz out in transition, leading to Pulisic’s second strike that put the game on ice in the 87th minute.For the second time in the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup, Christian Pulisic earned ussoccer.com Man of the Match honors, with his two goals serving as the difference in the win. Both goals came off rebounds, a variety of which USMNT fans aren’t necessarily used to seeing from the 20-year-old. It’s a part of his game that has been developed since early on.

“As a young kid, I always learned to follow up shots,” Pulisic said after the match. “There’s going to be rebounds for you and all goals count the same. I was in the right place at the right time twice and I was able to finish them.”

The brace was the third of Pulisic’s international career and moved him into a tie with Gyasi Zardes for the team’s joint scoring lead at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup with three goals. Having been part of 22 goals in his international career (13 scored, nine assists), Pulisic has a current pace of 1.01 goals/assists per 90 minutes (1961 minutes played).Wednesday night’s result also sets up what could be a huge day for U.S. Soccer. Fresh off Tuesday’s 2-1 victory against England, the U.S. Women’s National Team will go for a record-setting fourth Women’s World Cup title when they face the Netherlands in Lyon, France on Sunday (10 a.m. ET; FOX, Telemundo).

Eleven hours later and seven time zones away, the region’s biggest rivalry will be on display when the USMNT takes on Mexico in search of its record-tying seventh Concacaf Gold Cup title just steps away from Soccer House at sold-out Soldier Field in Chicago (9 p.m. ET; FS1, Univision, UDN). The encounter will mark the sixth time the two Concacaf giants will meet in the tournament final, and while Mexico holds a 4-1-0 edge in those matches, the USA’s one championship win vs. El Trí came in 2007 at the same location that Sunday’s match will be held.

“The sport continues to grow in such a big way in our country, and I think we’re all so proud of that,” veteran midfielder Michael Bradley said post-game. “Tomorrow is July 4th, a few days later the Women’s Team will have a chance to win a World Cup. Everybody will be rooting for them, and we’ll be behind them every step of the way. When that game ends, everybody will have a few hours to regroup and get ready for another edition of USA-Mexico. It should be a great day.”After some shaky performances over the past couple of weeks, this U.S. team looked strong after Berhalter made some changes. Reggie Cannon started at right back and looked good, but the big story was Jozy Altidore getting the start at striker over Gyasi Zardes. Altidore didn’t score, but he was key on the opening goal by McKennie, using his strong body to shield off a defender. Here is the moment, which came just nine minutes in:The match got tense late following Shamar Nicholson’s goal in the 69th minute to cut the USA’s lead in half, but Pulisic’s second goal made it 3-1 in the 87th minute as he finished off a rebound from a Paul Arriola shot. Unfortunately, Mother Nature made her presence felt 15 minutes into the match. Play was halted for nearly 90 minutes as a lightning storm made its way through the area.

Team USA had clearly been in control prior to the delay. When play resumed, Jamaica managed to shift some of the momentum, though it was not able to find the back of the net.

The USMNT would quickly regain momentum coming out of halftime. After being denied earlier, Pulisic managed to put one past Blake off a rebound in the 52nd minute.

Immediately upon subbing into the game, Gyasi Zardes—who already has three goals in the tournament—had a golden opportunity to pad the lead off a great pass by McKennie. However, his shot went wide right, keeping it a two-goal game.

Jamaica didn’t go away quietly, though. It responded by cutting into the deficit in the 69th minute:

United States vs Mexico

United States vs Mexico Live:The United States men’s national team is on to the final at the 2019 Gold Cup after defeating Jamaica 3-1 in the semifinals at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee, on Wednesday.Weston McKennie provided Team USA with an early lead, and Christian Pulisic recorded a brace to help secure the victory.

Weston McKennie memorably burst on the USMNT scene by scoring in his debut match, a 1-1 draw with European Champions Portugal on Nov. 14, 2017. He returned to the scoresheet when he found the game’s only goal in the 1-0 quarterfinal win against Curaçao on Sunday.

Just three days later, McKennie again contributed the USA’s opening goal, making a late run into the box to convert in the ninth minute. The goal was the earliest the United States has scored in this edition of the tournament and settled a few nerves after a few previous chances went begging.

The team looked charged for another one until…Aside from a lengthy 87-minute weather delay, the only blemish of the night was that the USA’s shutout streak ended at 483 minutes when Shamar Nicholson headed home Jamaica’s goal in the 69th minute.

The goal breathed some life back into Jamaica, but the USA dug deep and saw that an equalizer didn’t come. With Jamaica pushing forward, the team caught the Reggae Boyz out in transition, leading to Pulisic’s second strike that put the game on ice in the 87th minute.For the second time in the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup, Christian Pulisic earned ussoccer.com Man of the Match honors, with his two goals serving as the difference in the win. Both goals came off rebounds, a variety of which USMNT fans aren’t necessarily used to seeing from the 20-year-old. It’s a part of his game that has been developed since early on.

“As a young kid, I always learned to follow up shots,” Pulisic said after the match. “There’s going to be rebounds for you and all goals count the same. I was in the right place at the right time twice and I was able to finish them.”

The brace was the third of Pulisic’s international career and moved him into a tie with Gyasi Zardes for the team’s joint scoring lead at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup with three goals. Having been part of 22 goals in his international career (13 scored, nine assists), Pulisic has a current pace of 1.01 goals/assists per 90 minutes (1961 minutes played).Wednesday night’s result also sets up what could be a huge day for U.S. Soccer. Fresh off Tuesday’s 2-1 victory against England, the U.S. Women’s National Team will go for a record-setting fourth Women’s World Cup title when they face the Netherlands in Lyon, France on Sunday (10 a.m. ET; FOX, Telemundo).

Eleven hours later and seven time zones away, the region’s biggest rivalry will be on display when the USMNT takes on Mexico in search of its record-tying seventh Concacaf Gold Cup title just steps away from Soccer House at sold-out Soldier Field in Chicago (9 p.m. ET; FS1, Univision, UDN). The encounter will mark the sixth time the two Concacaf giants will meet in the tournament final, and while Mexico holds a 4-1-0 edge in those matches, the USA’s one championship win vs. El Trí came in 2007 at the same location that Sunday’s match will be held.

“The sport continues to grow in such a big way in our country, and I think we’re all so proud of that,” veteran midfielder Michael Bradley said post-game. “Tomorrow is July 4th, a few days later the Women’s Team will have a chance to win a World Cup. Everybody will be rooting for them, and we’ll be behind them every step of the way. When that game ends, everybody will have a few hours to regroup and get ready for another edition of USA-Mexico. It should be a great day.”After some shaky performances over the past couple of weeks, this U.S. team looked strong after Berhalter made some changes. Reggie Cannon started at right back and looked good, but the big story was Jozy Altidore getting the start at striker over Gyasi Zardes. Altidore didn’t score, but he was key on the opening goal by McKennie, using his strong body to shield off a defender. Here is the moment, which came just nine minutes in:The match got tense late following Shamar Nicholson’s goal in the 69th minute to cut the USA’s lead in half, but Pulisic’s second goal made it 3-1 in the 87th minute as he finished off a rebound from a Paul Arriola shot. Unfortunately, Mother Nature made her presence felt 15 minutes into the match. Play was halted for nearly 90 minutes as a lightning storm made its way through the area.

Team USA had clearly been in control prior to the delay. When play resumed, Jamaica managed to shift some of the momentum, though it was not able to find the back of the net.

The USMNT would quickly regain momentum coming out of halftime. After being denied earlier, Pulisic managed to put one past Blake off a rebound in the 52nd minute.

Immediately upon subbing into the game, Gyasi Zardes—who already has three goals in the tournament—had a golden opportunity to pad the lead off a great pass by McKennie. However, his shot went wide right, keeping it a two-goal game.

Jamaica didn’t go away quietly, though. It responded by cutting into the deficit in the 69th minute:

Mexico vs USA 2019

Mexico vs USA 2019 Live:Mexico’s National Team is known as el El Tri, short for El Tricolor. The name comes from the tri-color scheme of the squad’s traditional uniforms, which consisted of a green jersey, white shorts and red socks.The colors mimic the country’s flag, which is green, white and red with an eagle devouring a serpent. The eagle can also be found on the Federación Mexicana de Fútbol’s official crest.

Weston McKennie memorably burst on the USMNT scene by scoring in his debut match, a 1-1 draw with European Champions Portugal on Nov. 14, 2017. He returned to the scoresheet when he found the game’s only goal in the 1-0 quarterfinal win against Curaçao on Sunday.

Just three days later, McKennie again contributed the USA’s opening goal, making a late run into the box to convert in the ninth minute. The goal was the earliest the United States has scored in this edition of the tournament and settled a few nerves after a few previous chances went begging.

The team looked charged for another one until…Aside from a lengthy 87-minute weather delay, the only blemish of the night was that the USA’s shutout streak ended at 483 minutes when Shamar Nicholson headed home Jamaica’s goal in the 69th minute.

The goal breathed some life back into Jamaica, but the USA dug deep and saw that an equalizer didn’t come. With Jamaica pushing forward, the team caught the Reggae Boyz out in transition, leading to Pulisic’s second strike that put the game on ice in the 87th minute.For the second time in the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup, Christian Pulisic earned ussoccer.com Man of the Match honors, with his two goals serving as the difference in the win. Both goals came off rebounds, a variety of which USMNT fans aren’t necessarily used to seeing from the 20-year-old. It’s a part of his game that has been developed since early on.

“As a young kid, I always learned to follow up shots,” Pulisic said after the match. “There’s going to be rebounds for you and all goals count the same. I was in the right place at the right time twice and I was able to finish them.”

The brace was the third of Pulisic’s international career and moved him into a tie with Gyasi Zardes for the team’s joint scoring lead at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup with three goals. Having been part of 22 goals in his international career (13 scored, nine assists), Pulisic has a current pace of 1.01 goals/assists per 90 minutes (1961 minutes played).Wednesday night’s result also sets up what could be a huge day for U.S. Soccer. Fresh off Tuesday’s 2-1 victory against England, the U.S. Women’s National Team will go for a record-setting fourth Women’s World Cup title when they face the Netherlands in Lyon, France on Sunday (10 a.m. ET; FOX, Telemundo).

Eleven hours later and seven time zones away, the region’s biggest rivalry will be on display when the USMNT takes on Mexico in search of its record-tying seventh Concacaf Gold Cup title just steps away from Soccer House at sold-out Soldier Field in Chicago (9 p.m. ET; FS1, Univision, UDN). The encounter will mark the sixth time the two Concacaf giants will meet in the tournament final, and while Mexico holds a 4-1-0 edge in those matches, the USA’s one championship win vs. El Trí came in 2007 at the same location that Sunday’s match will be held.

“The sport continues to grow in such a big way in our country, and I think we’re all so proud of that,” veteran midfielder Michael Bradley said post-game. “Tomorrow is July 4th, a few days later the Women’s Team will have a chance to win a World Cup. Everybody will be rooting for them, and we’ll be behind them every step of the way. When that game ends, everybody will have a few hours to regroup and get ready for another edition of USA-Mexico. It should be a great day.”After some shaky performances over the past couple of weeks, this U.S. team looked strong after Berhalter made some changes. Reggie Cannon started at right back and looked good, but the big story was Jozy Altidore getting the start at striker over Gyasi Zardes. Altidore didn’t score, but he was key on the opening goal by McKennie, using his strong body to shield off a defender. Here is the moment, which came just nine minutes in:The match got tense late following Shamar Nicholson’s goal in the 69th minute to cut the USA’s lead in half, but Pulisic’s second goal made it 3-1 in the 87th minute as he finished off a rebound from a Paul Arriola shot. Unfortunately, Mother Nature made her presence felt 15 minutes into the match. Play was halted for nearly 90 minutes as a lightning storm made its way through the area.

Team USA had clearly been in control prior to the delay. When play resumed, Jamaica managed to shift some of the momentum, though it was not able to find the back of the net.

The USMNT would quickly regain momentum coming out of halftime. After being denied earlier, Pulisic managed to put one past Blake off a rebound in the 52nd minute.

Immediately upon subbing into the game, Gyasi Zardes—who already has three goals in the tournament—had a golden opportunity to pad the lead off a great pass by McKennie. However, his shot went wide right, keeping it a two-goal game.

Jamaica didn’t go away quietly, though. It responded by cutting into the deficit in the 69th minute:

USA vs Mexico 2019

USA vs Mexico 2019 Live:The U.S. Men’s National Team will face its sternest examination of 2019 when the long-standing regional rivalry with Mexico is renewed in the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup final on July 7 at Soldier Field in Chicago (9 p.m. ET; FS1, Univision, UDN and Futbol de Primera Radio Network).Ahead of the USA and Mexico’s first meeting in the Gold Cup final since 2011, here are five things you should know about the USMNT’s archrival

Weston McKennie memorably burst on the USMNT scene by scoring in his debut match, a 1-1 draw with European Champions Portugal on Nov. 14, 2017. He returned to the scoresheet when he found the game’s only goal in the 1-0 quarterfinal win against Curaçao on Sunday.

Just three days later, McKennie again contributed the USA’s opening goal, making a late run into the box to convert in the ninth minute. The goal was the earliest the United States has scored in this edition of the tournament and settled a few nerves after a few previous chances went begging.

The team looked charged for another one until…Aside from a lengthy 87-minute weather delay, the only blemish of the night was that the USA’s shutout streak ended at 483 minutes when Shamar Nicholson headed home Jamaica’s goal in the 69th minute.

The goal breathed some life back into Jamaica, but the USA dug deep and saw that an equalizer didn’t come. With Jamaica pushing forward, the team caught the Reggae Boyz out in transition, leading to Pulisic’s second strike that put the game on ice in the 87th minute.For the second time in the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup, Christian Pulisic earned ussoccer.com Man of the Match honors, with his two goals serving as the difference in the win. Both goals came off rebounds, a variety of which USMNT fans aren’t necessarily used to seeing from the 20-year-old. It’s a part of his game that has been developed since early on.

“As a young kid, I always learned to follow up shots,” Pulisic said after the match. “There’s going to be rebounds for you and all goals count the same. I was in the right place at the right time twice and I was able to finish them.”

The brace was the third of Pulisic’s international career and moved him into a tie with Gyasi Zardes for the team’s joint scoring lead at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup with three goals. Having been part of 22 goals in his international career (13 scored, nine assists), Pulisic has a current pace of 1.01 goals/assists per 90 minutes (1961 minutes played).Wednesday night’s result also sets up what could be a huge day for U.S. Soccer. Fresh off Tuesday’s 2-1 victory against England, the U.S. Women’s National Team will go for a record-setting fourth Women’s World Cup title when they face the Netherlands in Lyon, France on Sunday (10 a.m. ET; FOX, Telemundo).

Eleven hours later and seven time zones away, the region’s biggest rivalry will be on display when the USMNT takes on Mexico in search of its record-tying seventh Concacaf Gold Cup title just steps away from Soccer House at sold-out Soldier Field in Chicago (9 p.m. ET; FS1, Univision, UDN). The encounter will mark the sixth time the two Concacaf giants will meet in the tournament final, and while Mexico holds a 4-1-0 edge in those matches, the USA’s one championship win vs. El Trí came in 2007 at the same location that Sunday’s match will be held.

“The sport continues to grow in such a big way in our country, and I think we’re all so proud of that,” veteran midfielder Michael Bradley said post-game. “Tomorrow is July 4th, a few days later the Women’s Team will have a chance to win a World Cup. Everybody will be rooting for them, and we’ll be behind them every step of the way. When that game ends, everybody will have a few hours to regroup and get ready for another edition of USA-Mexico. It should be a great day.”After some shaky performances over the past couple of weeks, this U.S. team looked strong after Berhalter made some changes. Reggie Cannon started at right back and looked good, but the big story was Jozy Altidore getting the start at striker over Gyasi Zardes. Altidore didn’t score, but he was key on the opening goal by McKennie, using his strong body to shield off a defender. Here is the moment, which came just nine minutes in:The match got tense late following Shamar Nicholson’s goal in the 69th minute to cut the USA’s lead in half, but Pulisic’s second goal made it 3-1 in the 87th minute as he finished off a rebound from a Paul Arriola shot. Unfortunately, Mother Nature made her presence felt 15 minutes into the match. Play was halted for nearly 90 minutes as a lightning storm made its way through the area.

Team USA had clearly been in control prior to the delay. When play resumed, Jamaica managed to shift some of the momentum, though it was not able to find the back of the net.

The USMNT would quickly regain momentum coming out of halftime. After being denied earlier, Pulisic managed to put one past Blake off a rebound in the 52nd minute.

Immediately upon subbing into the game, Gyasi Zardes—who already has three goals in the tournament—had a golden opportunity to pad the lead off a great pass by McKennie. However, his shot went wide right, keeping it a two-goal game.

Jamaica didn’t go away quietly, though. It responded by cutting into the deficit in the 69th minute:

Mexico vs USA

Mexico vs USA Live: Six weeks ago, as a rebooted U.S. men’s national team and its new coach kicked off their first summer together, the notion of success was less tangible. It could be defined in different ways.Naturally, with the Concacaf Gold Cup around the corner, thoughts of a trophy were close to front and center. But this was a program that had been put on pause for a while, and a group that was venturing into the unknown. There were new tactics and a nascent culture.

Weston McKennie memorably burst on the USMNT scene by scoring in his debut match, a 1-1 draw with European Champions Portugal on Nov. 14, 2017. He returned to the scoresheet when he found the game’s only goal in the 1-0 quarterfinal win against Curaçao on Sunday.

Just three days later, McKennie again contributed the USA’s opening goal, making a late run into the box to convert in the ninth minute. The goal was the earliest the United States has scored in this edition of the tournament and settled a few nerves after a few previous chances went begging.

The team looked charged for another one until…Aside from a lengthy 87-minute weather delay, the only blemish of the night was that the USA’s shutout streak ended at 483 minutes when Shamar Nicholson headed home Jamaica’s goal in the 69th minute.

The goal breathed some life back into Jamaica, but the USA dug deep and saw that an equalizer didn’t come. With Jamaica pushing forward, the team caught the Reggae Boyz out in transition, leading to Pulisic’s second strike that put the game on ice in the 87th minute.For the second time in the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup, Christian Pulisic earned ussoccer.com Man of the Match honors, with his two goals serving as the difference in the win. Both goals came off rebounds, a variety of which USMNT fans aren’t necessarily used to seeing from the 20-year-old. It’s a part of his game that has been developed since early on.

“As a young kid, I always learned to follow up shots,” Pulisic said after the match. “There’s going to be rebounds for you and all goals count the same. I was in the right place at the right time twice and I was able to finish them.”

The brace was the third of Pulisic’s international career and moved him into a tie with Gyasi Zardes for the team’s joint scoring lead at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup with three goals. Having been part of 22 goals in his international career (13 scored, nine assists), Pulisic has a current pace of 1.01 goals/assists per 90 minutes (1961 minutes played).Wednesday night’s result also sets up what could be a huge day for U.S. Soccer. Fresh off Tuesday’s 2-1 victory against England, the U.S. Women’s National Team will go for a record-setting fourth Women’s World Cup title when they face the Netherlands in Lyon, France on Sunday (10 a.m. ET; FOX, Telemundo).

Eleven hours later and seven time zones away, the region’s biggest rivalry will be on display when the USMNT takes on Mexico in search of its record-tying seventh Concacaf Gold Cup title just steps away from Soccer House at sold-out Soldier Field in Chicago (9 p.m. ET; FS1, Univision, UDN). The encounter will mark the sixth time the two Concacaf giants will meet in the tournament final, and while Mexico holds a 4-1-0 edge in those matches, the USA’s one championship win vs. El Trí came in 2007 at the same location that Sunday’s match will be held.

“The sport continues to grow in such a big way in our country, and I think we’re all so proud of that,” veteran midfielder Michael Bradley said post-game. “Tomorrow is July 4th, a few days later the Women’s Team will have a chance to win a World Cup. Everybody will be rooting for them, and we’ll be behind them every step of the way. When that game ends, everybody will have a few hours to regroup and get ready for another edition of USA-Mexico. It should be a great day.”After some shaky performances over the past couple of weeks, this U.S. team looked strong after Berhalter made some changes. Reggie Cannon started at right back and looked good, but the big story was Jozy Altidore getting the start at striker over Gyasi Zardes. Altidore didn’t score, but he was key on the opening goal by McKennie, using his strong body to shield off a defender. Here is the moment, which came just nine minutes in:The match got tense late following Shamar Nicholson’s goal in the 69th minute to cut the USA’s lead in half, but Pulisic’s second goal made it 3-1 in the 87th minute as he finished off a rebound from a Paul Arriola shot. Unfortunately, Mother Nature made her presence felt 15 minutes into the match. Play was halted for nearly 90 minutes as a lightning storm made its way through the area.

Team USA had clearly been in control prior to the delay. When play resumed, Jamaica managed to shift some of the momentum, though it was not able to find the back of the net.

The USMNT would quickly regain momentum coming out of halftime. After being denied earlier, Pulisic managed to put one past Blake off a rebound in the 52nd minute.

Immediately upon subbing into the game, Gyasi Zardes—who already has three goals in the tournament—had a golden opportunity to pad the lead off a great pass by McKennie. However, his shot went wide right, keeping it a two-goal game.

Jamaica didn’t go away quietly, though. It responded by cutting into the deficit in the 69th minute:

USA vs Mexico

USA vs Mexico Live:The United States men’s national team takes on rival Mexico on Sunday night in Chicago in the 2019 Gold Cup final. It’s a massive test for both new coaches, with Tata Martino and Mexico hoping to knock Gregg Berhalter and the U.S. off the tournament’s throne and win it for the first time since 2015. Here’s how you can the match and what to know: For the first time all tournament, the United States looked above average in beating Jamaica

Weston McKennie memorably burst on the USMNT scene by scoring in his debut match, a 1-1 draw with European Champions Portugal on Nov. 14, 2017. He returned to the scoresheet when he found the game’s only goal in the 1-0 quarterfinal win against Curaçao on Sunday.

Just three days later, McKennie again contributed the USA’s opening goal, making a late run into the box to convert in the ninth minute. The goal was the earliest the United States has scored in this edition of the tournament and settled a few nerves after a few previous chances went begging.

The team looked charged for another one until…Aside from a lengthy 87-minute weather delay, the only blemish of the night was that the USA’s shutout streak ended at 483 minutes when Shamar Nicholson headed home Jamaica’s goal in the 69th minute.

The goal breathed some life back into Jamaica, but the USA dug deep and saw that an equalizer didn’t come. With Jamaica pushing forward, the team caught the Reggae Boyz out in transition, leading to Pulisic’s second strike that put the game on ice in the 87th minute.For the second time in the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup, Christian Pulisic earned ussoccer.com Man of the Match honors, with his two goals serving as the difference in the win. Both goals came off rebounds, a variety of which USMNT fans aren’t necessarily used to seeing from the 20-year-old. It’s a part of his game that has been developed since early on.

“As a young kid, I always learned to follow up shots,” Pulisic said after the match. “There’s going to be rebounds for you and all goals count the same. I was in the right place at the right time twice and I was able to finish them.”

The brace was the third of Pulisic’s international career and moved him into a tie with Gyasi Zardes for the team’s joint scoring lead at the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup with three goals. Having been part of 22 goals in his international career (13 scored, nine assists), Pulisic has a current pace of 1.01 goals/assists per 90 minutes (1961 minutes played).Wednesday night’s result also sets up what could be a huge day for U.S. Soccer. Fresh off Tuesday’s 2-1 victory against England, the U.S. Women’s National Team will go for a record-setting fourth Women’s World Cup title when they face the Netherlands in Lyon, France on Sunday (10 a.m. ET; FOX, Telemundo).

Eleven hours later and seven time zones away, the region’s biggest rivalry will be on display when the USMNT takes on Mexico in search of its record-tying seventh Concacaf Gold Cup title just steps away from Soccer House at sold-out Soldier Field in Chicago (9 p.m. ET; FS1, Univision, UDN). The encounter will mark the sixth time the two Concacaf giants will meet in the tournament final, and while Mexico holds a 4-1-0 edge in those matches, the USA’s one championship win vs. El Trí came in 2007 at the same location that Sunday’s match will be held.

“The sport continues to grow in such a big way in our country, and I think we’re all so proud of that,” veteran midfielder Michael Bradley said post-game. “Tomorrow is July 4th, a few days later the Women’s Team will have a chance to win a World Cup. Everybody will be rooting for them, and we’ll be behind them every step of the way. When that game ends, everybody will have a few hours to regroup and get ready for another edition of USA-Mexico. It should be a great day.”After some shaky performances over the past couple of weeks, this U.S. team looked strong after Berhalter made some changes. Reggie Cannon started at right back and looked good, but the big story was Jozy Altidore getting the start at striker over Gyasi Zardes. Altidore didn’t score, but he was key on the opening goal by McKennie, using his strong body to shield off a defender. Here is the moment, which came just nine minutes in:The match got tense late following Shamar Nicholson’s goal in the 69th minute to cut the USA’s lead in half, but Pulisic’s second goal made it 3-1 in the 87th minute as he finished off a rebound from a Paul Arriola shot. Unfortunately, Mother Nature made her presence felt 15 minutes into the match. Play was halted for nearly 90 minutes as a lightning storm made its way through the area.

Team USA had clearly been in control prior to the delay. When play resumed, Jamaica managed to shift some of the momentum, though it was not able to find the back of the net.

The USMNT would quickly regain momentum coming out of halftime. After being denied earlier, Pulisic managed to put one past Blake off a rebound in the 52nd minute.

Immediately upon subbing into the game, Gyasi Zardes—who already has three goals in the tournament—had a golden opportunity to pad the lead off a great pass by McKennie. However, his shot went wide right, keeping it a two-goal game.

Jamaica didn’t go away quietly, though. It responded by cutting into the deficit in the 69th minute:

Copa America Final 2019

Copa America Final 2019 : Copa América is the 46th edition of the Copa America Final 2019, the international men’s association football championship organized by South America’s football ruling body CONMEBOL.Copa America Final 2019 It is held in Brazil and takes place between 14 June to 7 July 2019 at 6 venues across the country

Brazil and Peru meet in the Copa America on Sunday with both teams hoping to carve their own slice of history.

The Selecao is aiming to win a ninth continental title and bringing a 12-year wait for a major trophy to an end—Confederation Cups don’t count—in the process.

Brazil has won the Copa America each of the four times it has hosted it and is the heavy favorite ahead of Sunday, having yet to concede a goal in the tournament. The hosts eliminated Argentina in the semifinals and have lost just once in the last 31 matches, when they were knocked out by Belgium in the quarterfinals of the 2018 World Cup.

Ironically, it was a defeat against Peru three years ago that saw Tite installed as the Selecao head coach in place of Dunga. Since the appointment, the former Corinthians boss has turned Brazil into a ruthless machine, losing just once in 22 competitive matches and keeping 17 clean sheets in the process.

Impressive as they are, the stats will count for nothing if Brazil fails to lift the trophy on Sunday against a team they hammered 5-0 in the group stages.

Peru, on the other hand, has already overachieved by reaching the final for the first time since Teófilo Cubillas powered them to the title in 1975.

Semi-finalists in three of the last four Copa Americas, Los Incas have gone a step further this year after thrashing Chile 3-0 in the semifinals on Wednesday with their best performance of the tournament.

Ricardo Gareca’s men were far from impressive in the group stages and only qualified as the top third-ranked team, before riding their luck to beat Uruguay on penalties in the quarterfinals.

However, with the weight of expectations firmly on Brazil’s shoulders, Peru will fancy its chances to pull off what would be a monumental upset.

Here’s what experts expect from Sunday.

Gabriel Jesus, Brazil
Gabriel Jesus of Brazil celebrates scoring the opening goal during the Copa America Brazil 2019 Semi Final match between Brazil and Argentina at Mineirao Stadium on July 2 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
CHRIS BRUNSKILL/FANTASISTA/GETTY
Tim Vickery—ESPN

Brazil isn’t just expected to win, it is expected to do so in style on Sunday and Vickery believes an unconvincing performance could take the gloss of lifting the trophy.

“In the minds of their own public, Brazil are such clear favorites on Sunday that this can be put to one side,” he wrote.

A scratchy win will be seen as something of a disappointment. There is a hope that the hosts can win in style—which means that Tite, on his national team Maracana debut, is in for a 90-minute practical lesson on the pressures of being coach of Brazil.”

Jack Lang—The Independent

Peru has already exceeded expectations by reaching the final and Lang believes the role of underdogs will suit Ricardo Gareca’s team to perfection.

“If they play as they did here [in the semifinal against Chile], they will certainly have a chance [in the final]—and a chance is sometimes all an underdog needs. Already, Peru have exceeded every expectation this summer. Now they have the opportunity to achieve immortality.”

Phil Kitromilide—Goal.com

As the hosts and overwhelming favorite, Brazil will have to contend with the weight of expectations but Kitromilides doesn’t expect it to be a factor.

“The weight of expectation will be huge for the hosts in the Maracana but since Tite took over nearly three years ago, the side have generally delivered when required and they should be able to do so once more.”

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To nobody’s surprise, Brazil is the overwhelming favorite to lift the trophy at 1/4, while Peru is a 5/1 shot.

The Selecao plays at home and thrashed Peru 5-0 in the group stages. While Los Incas have defied expectations so far, upsetting the hosts on home soil looks a step too far.

The last two editions of the Copa America have ended in a penalty shootout but bookmakers expect Brazil to get the job done in 90 minutes. According to Oddschecker, the Selecao is 4/11 to win in regulation, while the draw is at 17/4 and Peru is an 11/1 outsider.

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Brazil and Peru meet in the Copa America on Sunday with both teams hoping to carve their own slice of history.

The Selecao is aiming to win a ninth continental title and bringing a 12-year wait for a major trophy to an end—Confederation Cups don’t count—in the process.

Brazil has won the Copa America each of the four times it has hosted it and is the heavy favorite ahead of Sunday, having yet to concede a goal in the tournament. The hosts eliminated Argentina in the semifinals and have lost just once in the last 31 matches, when they were knocked out by Belgium in the quarterfinals of the 2018 World Cup.

Ironically, it was a defeat against Peru three years ago that saw Tite installed as the Selecao head coach in place of Dunga. Since the appointment, the former Corinthians boss has turned Brazil into a ruthless machine, losing just once in 22 competitive matches and keeping 17 clean sheets in the process.

Impressive as they are, the stats will count for nothing if Brazil fails to lift the trophy on Sunday against a team they hammered 5-0 in the group stages.

Peru, on the other hand, has already overachieved by reaching the final for the first time since Teófilo Cubillas powered them to the title in 1975.

Semi-finalists in three of the last four Copa Americas, Los Incas have gone a step further this year after thrashing Chile 3-0 in the semifinals on Wednesday with their best performance of the tournament.

Ricardo Gareca’s men were far from impressive in the group stages and only qualified as the top third-ranked team, before riding their luck to beat Uruguay on penalties in the quarterfinals.

However, with the weight of expectations firmly on Brazil’s shoulders, Peru will fancy its chances to pull off what would be a monumental upset.

Here’s what experts expect from Sunday.

Gabriel Jesus, Brazil
Gabriel Jesus of Brazil celebrates scoring the opening goal during the Copa America Brazil 2019 Semi Final match between Brazil and Argentina at Mineirao Stadium on July 2 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
CHRIS BRUNSKILL/FANTASISTA/GETTY
Tim Vickery—ESPN

Brazil isn’t just expected to win, it is expected to do so in style on Sunday and Vickery believes an unconvincing performance could take the gloss of lifting the trophy.

“In the minds of their own public, Brazil are such clear favorites on Sunday that this can be put to one side,” he wrote.

A scratchy win will be seen as something of a disappointment. There is a hope that the hosts can win in style—which means that Tite, on his national team Maracana debut, is in for a 90-minute practical lesson on the pressures of being coach of Brazil.”

Jack Lang—The Independent

Peru has already exceeded expectations by reaching the final and Lang believes the role of underdogs will suit Ricardo Gareca’s team to perfection.

“If they play as they did here [in the semifinal against Chile], they will certainly have a chance [in the final]—and a chance is sometimes all an underdog needs. Already, Peru have exceeded every expectation this summer. Now they have the opportunity to achieve immortality.”

Phil Kitromilide—Goal.com

As the hosts and overwhelming favorite, Brazil will have to contend with the weight of expectations but Kitromilides doesn’t expect it to be a factor.

“The weight of expectation will be huge for the hosts in the Maracana but since Tite took over nearly three years ago, the side have generally delivered when required and they should be able to do so once more.”

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To nobody’s surprise, Brazil is the overwhelming favorite to lift the trophy at 1/4, while Peru is a 5/1 shot.

The Selecao plays at home and thrashed Peru 5-0 in the group stages. While Los Incas have defied expectations so far, upsetting the hosts on home soil looks a step too far.

The last two editions of the Copa America have ended in a penalty shootout but bookmakers expect Brazil to get the job done in 90 minutes. According to Oddschecker, the Selecao is 4/11 to win in regulation, while the draw is at 17/4 and Peru is an 11/1 outsider.

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Brazil and Peru meet in the Copa America on Sunday with both teams hoping to carve their own slice of history.

The Selecao is aiming to win a ninth continental title and bringing a 12-year wait for a major trophy to an end—Confederation Cups don’t count—in the process.

Brazil has won the Copa America each of the four times it has hosted it and is the heavy favorite ahead of Sunday, having yet to concede a goal in the tournament. The hosts eliminated Argentina in the semifinals and have lost just once in the last 31 matches, when they were knocked out by Belgium in the quarterfinals of the 2018 World Cup.

Ironically, it was a defeat against Peru three years ago that saw Tite installed as the Selecao head coach in place of Dunga. Since the appointment, the former Corinthians boss has turned Brazil into a ruthless machine, losing just once in 22 competitive matches and keeping 17 clean sheets in the process.

Impressive as they are, the stats will count for nothing if Brazil fails to lift the trophy on Sunday against a team they hammered 5-0 in the group stages.

Peru, on the other hand, has already overachieved by reaching the final for the first time since Teófilo Cubillas powered them to the title in 1975.

Semi-finalists in three of the last four Copa Americas, Los Incas have gone a step further this year after thrashing Chile 3-0 in the semifinals on Wednesday with their best performance of the tournament.

Ricardo Gareca’s men were far from impressive in the group stages and only qualified as the top third-ranked team, before riding their luck to beat Uruguay on penalties in the quarterfinals.

However, with the weight of expectations firmly on Brazil’s shoulders, Peru will fancy its chances to pull off what would be a monumental upset.

Here’s what experts expect from Sunday.

Gabriel Jesus, Brazil
Gabriel Jesus of Brazil celebrates scoring the opening goal during the Copa America Brazil 2019 Semi Final match between Brazil and Argentina at Mineirao Stadium on July 2 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
CHRIS BRUNSKILL/FANTASISTA/GETTY
Tim Vickery—ESPN

Brazil isn’t just expected to win, it is expected to do so in style on Sunday and Vickery believes an unconvincing performance could take the gloss of lifting the trophy.

“In the minds of their own public, Brazil are such clear favorites on Sunday that this can be put to one side,” he wrote.

A scratchy win will be seen as something of a disappointment. There is a hope that the hosts can win in style—which means that Tite, on his national team Maracana debut, is in for a 90-minute practical lesson on the pressures of being coach of Brazil.”

Jack Lang—The Independent

Peru has already exceeded expectations by reaching the final and Lang believes the role of underdogs will suit Ricardo Gareca’s team to perfection.

“If they play as they did here [in the semifinal against Chile], they will certainly have a chance [in the final]—and a chance is sometimes all an underdog needs. Already, Peru have exceeded every expectation this summer. Now they have the opportunity to achieve immortality.”

Phil Kitromilide—Goal.com

As the hosts and overwhelming favorite, Brazil will have to contend with the weight of expectations but Kitromilides doesn’t expect it to be a factor.

“The weight of expectation will be huge for the hosts in the Maracana but since Tite took over nearly three years ago, the side have generally delivered when required and they should be able to do so once more.”

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To nobody’s surprise, Brazil is the overwhelming favorite to lift the trophy at 1/4, while Peru is a 5/1 shot.

The Selecao plays at home and thrashed Peru 5-0 in the group stages. While Los Incas have defied expectations so far, upsetting the hosts on home soil looks a step too far.

The last two editions of the Copa America have ended in a penalty shootout but bookmakers expect Brazil to get the job done in 90 minutes. According to Oddschecker, the Selecao is 4/11 to win in regulation, while the draw is at 17/4 and Peru is an 11/1 outsider.

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Peru vs Brazil 2019: Copa America final 2019 Three reasons why Peru vs Brazil 2019 to win the in the semifinals to set up this wild final Peru vs Brazil 2019 Copa America hosts Brazil finished top of their group with a convincing performance in a 5-0 victory over Peru in Sao Paulo on Saturday.

Brazil and Peru meet in the Copa America on Sunday with both teams hoping to carve their own slice of history.

The Selecao is aiming to win a ninth continental title and bringing a 12-year wait for a major trophy to an end—Confederation Cups don’t count—in the process.

Brazil has won the Copa America each of the four times it has hosted it and is the heavy favorite ahead of Sunday, having yet to concede a goal in the tournament. The hosts eliminated Argentina in the semifinals and have lost just once in the last 31 matches, when they were knocked out by Belgium in the quarterfinals of the 2018 World Cup.

Ironically, it was a defeat against Peru three years ago that saw Tite installed as the Selecao head coach in place of Dunga. Since the appointment, the former Corinthians boss has turned Brazil into a ruthless machine, losing just once in 22 competitive matches and keeping 17 clean sheets in the process.

Impressive as they are, the stats will count for nothing if Brazil fails to lift the trophy on Sunday against a team they hammered 5-0 in the group stages.

Peru, on the other hand, has already overachieved by reaching the final for the first time since Teófilo Cubillas powered them to the title in 1975.

Semi-finalists in three of the last four Copa Americas, Los Incas have gone a step further this year after thrashing Chile 3-0 in the semifinals on Wednesday with their best performance of the tournament.

Ricardo Gareca’s men were far from impressive in the group stages and only qualified as the top third-ranked team, before riding their luck to beat Uruguay on penalties in the quarterfinals.

However, with the weight of expectations firmly on Brazil’s shoulders, Peru will fancy its chances to pull off what would be a monumental upset.

Here’s what experts expect from Sunday.

Gabriel Jesus, Brazil
Gabriel Jesus of Brazil celebrates scoring the opening goal during the Copa America Brazil 2019 Semi Final match between Brazil and Argentina at Mineirao Stadium on July 2 in Belo Horizonte, Brazil.
CHRIS BRUNSKILL/FANTASISTA/GETTY
Tim Vickery—ESPN

Brazil isn’t just expected to win, it is expected to do so in style on Sunday and Vickery believes an unconvincing performance could take the gloss of lifting the trophy.

“In the minds of their own public, Brazil are such clear favorites on Sunday that this can be put to one side,” he wrote.

A scratchy win will be seen as something of a disappointment. There is a hope that the hosts can win in style—which means that Tite, on his national team Maracana debut, is in for a 90-minute practical lesson on the pressures of being coach of Brazil.”

Jack Lang—The Independent

Peru has already exceeded expectations by reaching the final and Lang believes the role of underdogs will suit Ricardo Gareca’s team to perfection.

“If they play as they did here [in the semifinal against Chile], they will certainly have a chance [in the final]—and a chance is sometimes all an underdog needs. Already, Peru have exceeded every expectation this summer. Now they have the opportunity to achieve immortality.”

Phil Kitromilide—Goal.com

As the hosts and overwhelming favorite, Brazil will have to contend with the weight of expectations but Kitromilides doesn’t expect it to be a factor.

“The weight of expectation will be huge for the hosts in the Maracana but since Tite took over nearly three years ago, the side have generally delivered when required and they should be able to do so once more.”

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To nobody’s surprise, Brazil is the overwhelming favorite to lift the trophy at 1/4, while Peru is a 5/1 shot.

The Selecao plays at home and thrashed Peru 5-0 in the group stages. While Los Incas have defied expectations so far, upsetting the hosts on home soil looks a step too far.

The last two editions of the Copa America have ended in a penalty shootout but bookmakers expect Brazil to get the job done in 90 minutes. According to Oddschecker, the Selecao is 4/11 to win in regulation, while the draw is at 17/4 and Peru is an 11/1 outsider.