How I've missed these
**Official USMNT Soccer Thread** Vol: Klinsmann OUT as USMNT manager. - Page 238
the vast majority of the game was classic US bend and be on the brink of breaking/break just enough for about the last 60 minutes or so
hopefully Evan Horvath is okay, head injuries are no joke
tbh, I don't see how a draw is a a good result... going into the 2nd leg, surely Colombia is likelier to score than we are (outside of the occasional counter we have no semblance of an attack) and that in itself gives them the advantage right?
Now we play them at home, in a much more favorable climate, with an away goals advantage. Definitely a good result imo.
Edit: and I guess I should have said I only half watched the 2nd half. Pretty much expected them to play like they did with the 1 - 0 lead. Although looking over some of the stats and it does seem pretty dire.
I mean, ideally if we had somehow hung on to a 1-0 result that'd be great obviously
but now we're hoping for one of 0-0, 1-0, 1-1 result in Frisco, conceding more than a single goal and we are toast
idk I'm just being a downer and I'm not looking at this too optimistically
I already know I'm an optimist. Felt good about our U20's chances of knocking Colombia out the world Cup last summer and I feel equally good about our chances in Frisco next week.