WASHINGTON -- On Friday night, the United States men's national team opens its CONCACAF Nations League campaign at Audi Field. The opponent? Cuba, the 178th-best team in the world and 25th-best team in CONCACAF, according to the most recent FIFA rankings.
It's a game the Americans should not just win but dominate. They've done so in the past, posting a 3-0 record and a plus-14 goal differential over the past three home matches against the island nation.