12 Jul USMNT Gold Cup ranges: Pulisic, Long stand out, while Zardes, Morris disappoint
The youthful stars revealed why they’re considered the long run, though some fresh faces emerged to offer USMNT fans reasons to feel optimistic
It was a bittersweet 2019 Gold Cup to the U.S. nationwide team, that required significant steps in its original tournament together with Gregg Berhalter accountable, but left the contest disappointed following a frustrating 1-0 loss to Mexico in the closing.
That defeat has left the Gold Cup feeling like piece of a collapse to the Americans, but that would ignore the many positives that arose from the championship. We watched Christian Pulisic and Weston McKennie measure up as leaders, Aaron Long emerge as a defensive force, and child Reggie Cannon go out of being the last player added to the roster to become among those team’s largest surprises.
How did person USMNT players fare in the summer’s Gold Cup? Here’s a closer look at the way all the team’s championship contributors achieved: