Round of 16:
Monday, November 20
Ecuador-Brazil 3:30 am.
Spain-Japan 7 am.
Tuesday, November 21
Germany-USA 3:30 am.
Mali-Mexico 3:30 am.
Argentina-Venezuela 7 am.
Morocco-Iran 7 a.m.
Wednesday, November 22
England-Uzbekistan 3:30 am.
France-Senegal 7 am.
All times ET.
Not the end of the world?
The Americans will do so without three players.
Noahkai Banks and Paulo Rudisill both picked up their second yellow cards of the tournament in the match and are suspended for the Germany game.
Worse, captain Tyler Hall, who came on as a sub in the second half, was sent off for a DOGSO red card in the sixth minute of the 14-minute stoppage time -- a needless attempt to stop a breakaway with the match already decided -- and he will also miss the Germany game.
That leaves Coach Gonzalo Segares without Banks and Hall, his two starting center backs from the opening game. The only other center back in the roster is Stuart Hawkins, whom Hall had replaced in the 71st minute.
"We don't have time to dwell on tonight," Segares said afterwards. "It's about the mistakes we made, about reflecting how we can improve and prepare physically and mentally to face a very tough opponent. That's what we want. That's why we are here, to play these difficult matches, top teams from around the world. We know that this is going to get us better."
Nov. 18 in Jakarta
USA 0 France 3. Goals: Tincres 45+2, 82; Meupiyou 86.
USA -- Ferree; Harangi, Hawkins (Hall, 71), Banks, Reid-Brown; Corcoran, Habroune (Rudisill, 59), Medina; Jamison (Berchimas, 60), Burton (Figueroa, 77), Vazquez (Miller, 60).
France -- Argney; Zague, Tchaptchet, Sanda (Meupiyou, 46), Sangui; Sylia (Bouneb, 80), Ferro; Issoufou, Diallo (Amougou, 63) Bouchenna (Gomis, 80); Tincres (Lambourde, 90+2).
Yellow Cards: USA – Banks 49, Rudisill 65. France -- Diallo 36.
Red Card: USA -- Hall 90+6.
Referee: Dahana Beida (Mauritania).