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USMNT 25: How they've fared this weekend
by Paul Kennedy, March 18th, 2017 11:18AM
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All 23 players who were called up for the U.S. national team and whose teams were in action on Friday and Saturday started. That includes Jorge Villafana, who played his first Liga MX game in almost six months, starting for Santos in its 1-1 tie at Tijuana. Jozy Altidore had a goal and an assist in Toronto FC's 2-0 win at Vancouver, while John Brooks scored his first goal of the season for Hertha Berlin in a 4-2 loss at FC Cologne.



USMNT 25:
23 played
23 started
2 goals (Altidore, Brooks)
2 assists (Altidore, Zusi)
1 own goal (Bingham)
4 yellow cards (Bradley, Cameron, Nagbe, Zusi)

U.S. Roster:
FORWARDS (4):
Jozy Altidore, MLS/Toronto FC, 90 minutes, 1 goal, 1 assist, 2-0 at Vancouver Whitecaps
Clint Dempsey, MLS/Seattle Sounders vs. New York Red Bulls, Sunday (FS1, 7 pm ET)
Jordan Morris, MLS/Seattle Sounders vs. New York Red Bulls, Sunday (FS1, 7 pm ET)
Bobby Wood, Germany/Hamburg, 89 minutes, 0-0 at Eintracht Frankfurt

MIDFIELDERS (8):
Kellyn Acosta, MLS/FC Dallas, 90 minutes, 2-1 vs. New England Revolution
Alejandro Bedoya, MLS/Philadelphia Union, 90 minutes, 1-2 at Orlando City
Michael Bradley, MLS/Toronto FC, 90 minutes, 1 yellow card, 2-0 at Vancouver Whitecaps
Jermaine Jones, MLS/LA Galaxy, 90 minutes, 2-1 at Real Salt Lake
Sebastian Lletget, MLS/LA Galaxy, 90 minutes, 2-1 at Real Salt Lake
Dax McCarty, MLS/Chicago Fire, 90 minutes, 0-4 at Atlanta United
Darlington Nagbe, MLS/Portland Timbers, 90 minutes, 1 yellow card, 4-2 vs. Houston Dynamo
Christian Pulisic, Germany/Borussia Dortmund, 76 minutes, 1-0 vs. FC Ingolstadt

DEFENDERS (9):
DaMarcus Beasley, MLS/Houston Dynamo, 90 minutes 2-4 at Portland Timbers
John Brooks
, Germany/Hertha Berlin, 90 minutes, 1 goal, 2-4 at FC Cologne
Geoff Cameron, England/Stoke City, 90 minutes, 1 yellow card, 1-2 vs. Chelsea
Omar Gonzalez, Mexico/Pachuca, 90 minutes, 0-3 at Queretaro
Michael Orozco, Mexico/Tijuana, 90 minutes, 1-1 vs. Santos
Tim Ream, England/Fulham, 90 minutes, 1-3 vs. Wolves
Jorge Villafana, Mexico/Santos, 90 minutes, 1-1 at Tijuana
Walker Zimmerman, MLS/FC Dallas, 90 minutes, 2-1 vs. New England Revolution
Graham Zusi, MLS/Sporting KC, 90 minutes, 1 assist, 1 yellow card, 2-1 vs. San Jose Earthquakes

GOALKEEPERS (3):
David Bingham, MLS/San Jose Earthquakes, 90 minutes, 1 own goal, 1-2 at Sporting KC
Tim Howard, MLS/Colorado Rapids, 90 minites, 2-2 vs. Minnesota United
Nick Rimando, MLS/Real Salt Lake, 90 minutes, 1-2 vs. LA Galaxy


1 comment
  1. marcos gonzalez
    commented on: March 19, 2017 at 9:44 a.m.
    i really like this section because it shows that the usmnt are not just the 11 starting players. starters and subs are both interchangeable and allow for tactical options. i do want to mention im glad zusi is in because i had him in my pediction roster since he played well in the friendlies: altidore wood nagbe klejstan pulisic bradley villafana hedges zimmerman zusi rimando ............................................................................ subs: agudelo morris lletget feilhaber bedoya macarty johnson marshal gonzalez yedlin guzan this is MY opinion of what ive seen in the past 2 hex games and 2 friendlies. there are those who want to impose their obsession on others. i dont because im not the coach. coaches know alot more about these players than most. also it is obvious that its more than just 11 players on the team, anything can happen and thats what depth is for. im also glad dempsey is back and sad sacha and benny are out but I had said: if cameron is injured and makes the team, then why not bring dempsey (top level talent and experience) back in. i had said the same about donovan as far back as the previous hex when klinsman was the coach. btw, i got my hex ticket for the game on 03-28-2017, panama city!!!!

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