USMNT Wins Back-To-Back CONCACAF Nations League Championships After Beating Canada In Final, 2-0

In the words of DJ Khaled … “Another one.”

The United States men’s national soccer team have now won back-to-back CONCACAF Nations League championships after taking out Canada in the final Sunday night, 2-0.

Leading the way for the U.S. with a goal each were Chris Richards (12′) and Folarin Balogun (34′), who recently committed to America’s soccer program from England.

Despite Canada dominating possession 64%-36%, the United States managed to get more shots on goals 15-12, eventually getting the victory in what was a tight contest throughout.

Mexico won the third-place game over Panama, 1-0.


— U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team (@USMNT) June 19, 2023


— U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team (@USMNT) June 19, 2023

What a fine-tuned machine the United States was throughout this competition.

Yeah, I get that the quality of talent that we played isn’t anywhere close to the level of a France or Argentina, but the U.S. rolled. It was impressive to watch, which leads me to a question that I can’t help but to ask while we swim in this glory: are we sure we want to hand back over the keys to Gregg Berhalter?


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