Mexico delivers harsh lessons to the USMNT
CHICAGO -- Throughout this Gold Cup, United States manager Gregg Berhalter spoke of nothing less than winning the tournament. Given the strength of Mexico's side -- even one shorn of players such as Tecatito Corona, Chicharito Hernandez, Carlos Vela and Miguel Layun -- the odds of that happening seemed long.

Bradley and Morris too slow, get 4/10 as U.S. lose Gold Cup final to Mexico
The rebuild for the United States finally hit a wall on Sunday in the Gold Cup final with a 1-0 loss to Mexico in Chicago.

Gold Cup final form guide: Improving U.S. looks to Pulisic; Mexico must maintain momentum
It is the Gold Cup final that most hoped for: On Sunday, the United States meets Mexico with CONCACAF glory on the line. Ahead of the big game, we asked Jeff Carlisle (U.S.) and Tom Marshall (Mexico) to evaluate the form of the teams they cover. 

Can the U.S. limit chances for Jimenez, Mexico's talented side in Gold Cup final?
The Gold Cup final is here, with old foes Mexico and the United States squaring off Sunday at Soldier Field in Chicago. While it will be their first Gold Cup meeting since 2011, there is plenty of familiarity between these two great rivals who are once again battling for regional supremacy.

Pulisic rises to the occasion as USMNT now prepares for Mexico
On an odd night in Nashville, Tennessee, the United States men's national team prevailed over Jamaica 3-1 in the semifinal round of the 2019 Gold Cup via goals from Weston McKennie and Christian Pulisic. While far from comfortable, the Americans finished Wednesday's game strong and advanced to face Mexico in a much-anticipated final in Chicago on Sunday.

Altidore the attacking spark the U.S. needs in Gold Cup semis vs. Jamaica
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Back on June 8, at an otherwise run-of-the-mill pregame news conference ahead of a friendly against Venezuela, U.S. men's national team manager Gregg Berhalter said that when forward Jozy Altidore "is fit and strong, there's not a better striker than him in America."

MLS and USMNT Rumor Rater: Liga MX interest in Manotas? Will Sargent leave Bremen on loan?
Silly season is nearly upon Major League Soccer, with the secondary transfer window opening on July 7. Last year saw multiple game-changers join the league, most notably Wayne Rooney's arrival at D.C. United and Raul Ruidiaz leaving Liga MX for the Seattle Sounders. Will the league see such impactful arrivals next month?

Gold Cup semifinals preview: Predictions, key players and what to watch for
We are down to the final four in the Gold Cup, with historic favorites Mexico and the United States in the mix alongside 2015 and 2017 finalists Jamaica and tournament revelation Haiti.

Underwhelming USMNT win over Curacao feels like a step back
PHILADELPHIA -- Just over a minute into second-half stoppage time, the U.S. was clinging to a 1-0 lead in its Gold Cup quarterfinal against Curaçao, and U.S. manager Gregg Berhalter opted to make his second substitution of the night and bring on defender Omar Gonzalez for midfielder Paul Arriola.

U.S. barely bailed out by Pulisic in sorry showing against Curacao
With a trip to the semifinal on the line in Philadelphia, the United States defeated Curacao 1-0 in game marked by disjointed American play and the surprising confidence apparent from the Caribbean nation.

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