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After the Pulitzer Prize: The United States is not yet complete

After the Pulitzer Prize: The United States is not yet complete

The Canadians submitted that the United States and Mexico still have to wait for a World Cup ticket to Qatar.

Gala in Orlando: American national players surround Christian police.
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By beating Jamaica 4-0 on Sunday, Canada bought a ticket to Qatar and ended a prolonged drought since 1986. The United States and Mexico will largely follow suit – but the time has not yet come.

With their victories at hand, arch-rivals may begin to plan winter tournaments, while Costa Rica will have to make the play-offs when the Congolese team play their last day of play on Wednesday.

Four goals before the break

The United States won 5-1 against Panama in Orlando. The best player on the field was former Dortmund professional Christian Pulisic, who scored three goals, including two penalties. Paul Ariola and Jesus Ferreira also scored for Greg Berholder’s side in the frantic first half (4-0).

Meanwhile, Mexico beat Honduras 1-0 in the 70th minute when Ajax Amsterdam’s Edson Alvarez broke through the barrier. With 25 points each, both teams are three points behind leading Canada. Costa Rica, who won 2-1 in El Salvador, are fourth with 22 points.

Against New Zealand or the Solomon Islands

In the qualifying round for North and Central America, tickets to the World Cup in Qatar for the first three places are guaranteed. Fourth place would go to the play-offs against Oceania. The rivalry between New Zealand and the Solomon Islands will be decided on Wednesday.

Costa Rica and the United States meet on Wednesday. The United States clearly have the best goal difference and can withstand defeat by less than six goals. Mexico are three goals away from Costa Rica and play against El Salvador in the final.

Goals and cards

1: 0Police (17 ‘, penalty)

2-0Ariola (23 ‘, Robinson)

3-0Ferreira (27 ‘, Ariola)

4-0Police (45 ‘, fine)

5-0Police (65 ‘, Robinson)

5: 1Kodoi (86 ‘, Davis)

United States

United States



Game Info

These teams have already qualified for the World Cup