The USA's 3-2 loss at Denmark on Wednesday gives Coach Jurgen Klinsmann's team a post-2014 World Cup record of 2-4-2 (win-loss-tie). But despite Denmark's dominance and another late-game collapse,
Klinsmann said he saw "a lot of positives" from his team.
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WHAT THEY'RE SAYING
"It's impossible for me to say, but I really had expected Mix to go. I think there's several MLS players I would say are in the same exact category as Mix who didn't get called, so it seems that
Jurgen has a bit of a plan, but I don’t know. I hadn’t spoken to him."
-- New York City FC coach Jason Kreis, surprised that Coach Jurgen
Klinsmann didn't call in NYCFC midfielder Mix Diskerud for the USA's Europe trip, which started with a 3-2 loss to Denmark on Wednesday and concludes Tuesday with a friendly at Switzerland.