The United States will prepare for a trip to Mexico by hosting its next World Cup qualifier in the Denver area, U.S. Soccer announced on Monday.
Bruce Arena's U.S. side will host Trinidad and Tobago at the Colorado Rapids' Dick's Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City on June 8.
The U.S. will train in Colorado for over a week to adapt to the high altitude, which should help when the squad travels to face Mexico, likely at the Esadio Azteca, three days later. The stadium in Colorado is 5,223...
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago -- Three thoughts from Mexico's 1-0 win against Trinidad and Tobago, which sees El Tri maintain its position at the top of the CONCACAF World Cup qualifying table.
1. Just about job done for Mexico
This was not pretty from Mexico. For much of the match, Trinidad and Tobago was the better side. But it was a case of getting the job done for El Tri, and that's exactly what it did in a humid climate and on a soft pitch.
A headed goal from Diego Reyes handed Mexico...
Mexico survived some nervy moments to take all three points in a 1-0 win against Trinidad and Tobago in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying on Tuesday in Port of Spain.
Joevin Jones had a controversial goal called back for offside in the first half after rushing on to a well-played through ball and smashing it into the back of the net past Alfredo Talavera. Replays showed Jones looked to be onside.
Mexico came out of the dressing room after half-time with renewed fervor, and Hector Herrera hit the...