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Concacaf Nations League: USMNT beats 3-0 Mexico to enter the final.

In a game full of dramas USMNT remain unbeaten for six games against Mexico to qualify for the Concacaf Nations League final.

The USMNT beat Mexico in the second semi final of the Concacaf Nations League at Allegiant stadium, Las Vegas and now will face off Canada in the final on Sunday.

Christian pulisic broke the deadlock in the opening half and completed his brace early in the second half. A series of drama continued on-and-off the field till the last minute of the game, a late goal by Ricardo Pepi merged both the teams into chaos with both the teams ended the game with 9 players each. Weston McKennie, Sergiño Dest, César Montes and Gerardo Arteaga received red cards for USMNT and Mexico respecvtively. Also read:What is the fantasy premier league? Know all the new format changes

Adding on to these chaos the game was stopped by referee Iván Barton in the 90th minute because of the anti-gay chants from the crowd, Barton ended the match in the eighth minute of 12 scheduled minutes of stoppage time. With tonight’s win USMNT are now unbeaten by Mexico six games straight.

Mexico keeper Guillermo Ochoa tells TUDIN: “We need to turn the situation around and accept reality of where we are, look at ourselves and from there analyze to improve, we have a lot to go unfortunately, lots to gain and after tonight it won’t be easy.”

“It’s a loss that hurts, that isn’t easy to handle and we feel for the fans. It hurts us, I know what the fans feel, we hope to raise them up … you see the players today, with a newly arrived coach, and the disgust of the fans, we don’t like these type of things.” Also read:This is the most important day of my life: Jude Bellingham given Zidane’s iconic no 5.

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Dhirty Raj Narah
Dhirty Raj Narah
A Real Madrid fan who uses football as a metaphor for life

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