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While all eyes are on a huge USMNT/Mexico matchup on Sunday, the United States can ill afford to look past a Trinidad and Tobago team they’ve handled for a number of years.


In 24 matches, the U.S. have failed to register a result only thrice, winning 17 and drawing four. Their last defeat to the Soca Warriors came on October 15, 2008 in Port of Spain in what admittedly was a meaningless match for the Americans with their place in the final round of 2010 World Cup qualifying already settled. Since then, they have gone 3-1-0 in their last four matches and look to make it five in a row in which they have not conceded to their foes from the Caribbean.

A few quotes from the mixed zone as the U.S. began its final training session before tomorrow’s match:

You can’t blame Christian Pulisic for being a little tired of being asked about how a player of his age – 18 – is able to make the same adjustments on the soccer field that men 10 or 15 years older than him are making. So it makes sense when he bristled a little after a question came his way regarding how other players his age aren’t comfortable in the environment he’s succeeded in thus far.

“Everyone asks me questions about my age, but it doesn’t matter anymore,” Pulisic responded. “(My teammates and I) are all on the same level, so…it doesn’t matter.”

Pulisic, even at his young age, is already being regarded as one of the faces of the program. In just fourteen appearances, he already has five goals, including the Americans’ lone tally in a friendly against Venezuela in June 3. He’ll certainly have another chance to add to his account against the Soca Warriors tomorrow night at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park.

Pulisic did admit that it was a little of an adjustment getting used to the higher elevations here in this part of the country as opposed to Germany – especially Dortmund, where he doesn’t have to deal with it at all.

“I guess I felt it a little bit, but we’ve been training here (in Colorado),” he said. “Everyone has to play in it, so there’s no advantage or disadvantage. I feel pretty good with it.”

Michael Bradley isn’t all that concerned with the altitude and the challenges it may present. In fact, he feels that he’s more than used to the conditions.

“We’ve played here before,” Bradley said. “We’ve followed a game here with a game at Azteca. I feel good about the week and the ten days of preparation. Now it’s about enjoying the next few days. Big games, a lot of the line, and we’re excited.”

Fans will remember the last time a qualifier at Commerce City was followed immediately by one at Azteca. The U.S. played to a goalless draw against Mexico on March 26, 2013, but four days prior was the infamous Snow Classico, a 1-0 victory over Costa Rica.

As for this year, Bradley noted the team’s showing in March – four out of a possible six points to move up to fourth in the standings – after a slow opening to the fifth round of qualifying was important. But he did mention that the team couldn’t look past Trinidad and on to an intense rivalry match against El Tri in Mexico City.

“We didn’t get off to the start we wanted in the Hex. March was a really good response. Now, we have two more big games, including tomorrow night at home. The atmosphere around home qualifiers is always special and unique, and all our focus is on that game right now.

“As soon as the whistle blows after 90 minutes, we’ll shift our focus to the game on Sunday night, but at the moment, the only thing we’re worried about is taking care of business tomorrow night.”

Dick’s Sporting Goods Park is obviously familiar to U.S. and Colorado Rapids goalkeeper Tim Howard. After 13 years in the Premier League with Manchester United and then Everton, he returned to MLS to don the Rapids kit last year.

“It’s not just any other match – it’s big and important,” Howard said. “Obviously the comforts of home is nice (but) the preparation of the game takes care of itself. (On the field) I go to another place and I’m focused.”

Howard recognized a few of the challenges that Trinidad presents, especially when it comes to their physical play.

“I think any team in CONCACAF who can physically match us has an advantage over other teams,” he said. “You’ve seen that with Panama where they tried to bully us a bit. Normally it doesn’t work, and they get the benefit of the doubt, but I think Trinidad has an edge over a lot of teams there because they are physically gifted.“With the altitude and the way we’ve been playing when we get on the ball, it’s been really good. Obviously we need to be resilient defensively, and we have no doubt we can do that.”

The U.S. Men’s National Team returns to 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifying when it hosts Trinidad & Tobago on Matchday 5 of the Final Round on Thursday, June 8 at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colo. Pre-game coverage of USA vs. Trinidad & Tobago, presented by Liberty Mutual Insurance begins at 7 p.m. ET

U.S. MNT Roster By Position (Club; WCQ Caps/Goals):
GOALKEEPERS (4): Brad Guzan (Atlanta United FC; 13/0), Ethan Horvath (Club Brugge/BEL; 0/0), Tim Howard (Colorado Rapids; 35/0), Nick Rimando (Real Salt Lake; 0/0)

DEFENDERS (10): DaMarcus Beasley (Houston Dynamo; 33/6), Matt Besler (Sporting Kansas City; 11/1), John Brooks (Hertha Berlin/GER; 3/0), Geoff Cameron (Stoke City/ENG; 20/2), Omar Gonzalez (Pachuca/MEX; 14/0), Matt Hedges (FC Dallas; 0/0), Tim Ream (Fulham/ENG; 4/0), Jorge Villafaña (Santos Laguna/MEX; 2/0), DeAndre Yedlin (Newcastle United/ENG; 6/0), Graham Zusi (Sporting Kansas City; 17/3)

MIDFIELDERS (8): Kellyn Acosta (FC Dallas; 2/0), Paul Arriola (Club Tijuana/MEX; 2/1), Alejandro Bedoya (Philadelphia Union; 8/0), Michael Bradley (Toronto FC/CAN; 33/6), Fabian Johnson (Borussia Mönchengladbach/GER; 15/1), Dax McCarty (Chicago Fire; 0/0), Darlington Nagbe (Portland Timbers; 5/0), Christian Pulisic (Borussia Dortmund/GER; 7/3)

FORWARDS (4): Jozy Altidore (Toronto FC/CAN; 36/16), Clint Dempsey (Seattle Sounders FC; 38/18), Jordan Morris (Seattle Sounders FC; 3/0), Bobby Wood (Hamburg/GER; 8/4)


  • A total of 11 players on the roster have made 11 or more FIFA World Cup Qualifying appearances: Clint Dempsey (38), Jozy Altidore (36), Tim Howard (35), DaMarcus Beasley and Michael Bradley (33 each), Geoff Cameron (20), Graham Zusi (17), Fabian Johnson (15), Omar Gonzalez (14), Brad Guzan (13) and Matt Besler (11).
  • Altidore, Besler, Bradley, Brooks and Cameron come into camp on World Cup Qualifying caution watch and will serve a one-match suspension with their next yellow card.
  • Already the USA’s all-time leader in World Cup Qualifying goals with 18, Dempsey is on the cusp of moving into first in two other areas during this camp. With 56 career goals for the MNT, the veteran forward sits just one back of Landon Donovan for the all-time lead.
  • If he appears vs. Trinidad & Tobago, Dempsey would earn his 134th cap, tying him with Jeff Agoos for third on the MNT’s all-time list. Cobi Jones (164) and Landon Donovan (157) sit first and second, respectively.
  • At 19 years, 146 days, Altidore memorably scored a hat trick vs. Trinidad & Tobago in a 3-0 World Cup Qualifying win on April 1, 2009. Combined with his brace in the 4-0 win on Sept. 6, 2016, the veteran forward is the USA’s all-time leading scorer against the Soca Warriors with five goals.
  • Paul Arriola, Bradley and Dempsey have also scored one goal each against Trinidad & Tobago in World Cup Qualifying.
  • Four players are in search of their World Cup Qualifying debuts: goalkeepers Nick Rimando and Ethan Horvath, defender Matt Hedges and midfielder Dax McCarty.
  • Just 18 years old, Christian Pulisic recorded his fifth international goal to go along with four assists in 14 career caps for the U.S. MNT.
  • Fabian Johnson tallied his 11th career international assist on Pulisic’s goal vs. Venezuela, tying him for 11th on the MNT’s all-time assist list with Altidore, John Harkes and Alexi Lalas.
2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifying – CONCACAF Final Round Standings
Mexico 4 3 0 1 10 5 1 +4
Costa Rica 4 2 1 1 7 7 3 +4
Panama 4 1 1 2 5 2 2 0
USA 4 1 2 1 4 8 7 +1
Honduras 4 1 2 1 4 4 9 -5
Trinidad & Tobago 4 1 3 0 3 2 6 -4


Tuesday, March 28                           Time/TV
USA vs. Trinidad & Tobago                7:50 p.m. ET (FS1, UniMas, UDN)
Costa Rica vs. Panama                      9:50 p.m. ET (beIN Sports)
Mexico vs. Honduras                          11 p.m. ET (FS1, Univision, UDN)

After picking up four points in the pair of March World Cup Qualifiers to begin righting the ship towards Russia 2018, the U.S. MNT faces a Trinidad & Tobago side that is also eager to make up for their slow start in the Hex. Looking to build off that performance, especially the 6-0 shutout against Honduras on March 24 in San Jose, the MNT aims to #Get3 more points when it hosts the Soca Warriors on Thursday night.

Having trained together for nearly a week, the U.S. Men’s National Team tested in a 1-1 friendly draw with Venezuela on Saturday at Rio Tinto Stadium in Sandy, Utah. After conceding just the second goal in five matches under head coach Bruce Arena in the 29th minute, the MNT used a 61st minute equalizer from Christian Pulisic to earn the draw. Goalkeeper Tim Howard made three saves in the match, including two highlight reel stops within a minute of each other in the first half.

After a four-goal output during the USA’s March World Cup Qualifying matches against Honduras and Panama, veteran forward Clint Dempsey sits just one goal behind Landon Donovan’s for the U.S. MNT’s scoring record. Donovan amassed 57 goals in 156 international matches from 2000-2014, while Dempsey has tallied 56 goals in 133 caps since making his debut in 2004. On the cusp of writing his name further into U.S. Soccer lore, Dempsey is adamant that his main focus is towards helping the MNT qualify for an eighth-straight FIFA World Cup next summer in Russia.

Michael Milas
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