USA-Mexico Update: Reyna follows McBride to bench
Halftime Score: 0-0.
Suffering from a groin injury, U.S. playmaker Claudio Reyna was forced to leave the game in the 43rd minute.
Reyna, who was replaced by Clint Mathis, was the second U.S. player to go off in the first half after Brian McBride.
Little action in the first half: Mexico's Braulio Luna had the first shot on goal in the 40th minute.
Yellow cards: USA -- Wolff (dubious foul on Carmona) 40; Mexico -- Marquez (high tackle on Wolff) 36.
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