The search for the US men’s national team to win the Concacaf Gold Cup continues Sunday night at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, where they will face Jamaica in the quarter-finals of the competition.
The United States won all three group stage games, with a couple of 1-0 wins over Haiti and Canada crushing Martinique 6-1. Jamaica, on the other hand, finished second in their group, after victories over Suriname and Guadeloupe with a 1-0 defeat in Costa Rica.
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There is a lot of recent history between the two teams, especially on the Gold Cup stage. Two years ago, they met in the Gold Cup semi-finals, with the United States winning 3-1 over a goal from Weston McKennie and a brace. by Christian Pulisic. Two years earlier, they had met in the final, with Jordan Morris’ 89th-minute goal giving the United States a 2-1 triumph and the 2017 title. Two years earlier, however, Jamaica inflicted on the United States an embarrassing defeat in Atlanta, winning 2-1 in the semifinals and sending the hosts to third place (in which Panama prevailed over the PK).
The United States won the last match between the two, scoring a 4-1 win in a March 2021, closed-door friendly in Austria. Sebastian Lletget scored twice in the last seven minutes to freeze the score after previous goals from Sergiño Dest and Brenden Aaronson.
Both teams split the score in this competition, with Jamaica’s four goals scored by four players, while of the six US scorers, only one has more counts (Daryl Dike, with two).
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