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USMNT fight back for draw in El Salvador

Morris late header steals a point


On Tuesday night, the United States Men’s National Team traveled to El Salvador to wrap up the June International window with a UEFA Concacaf Nations League match. The intense, rain-filled match ended 1-1 with goals from Alexander Larin for El Salvador and Jordan Morris for the Americans.


Pulisic tackled by Kevin Reyes


The talking points of the match were the two red cards that referee Cesar Ramos handed out. Shortly after being subbed on in the 61st minute, Paul Arriola went lunging into a tackle and received a red card in the 70th. While the red on Arriola was questionable, there was no doubt in the red card given to Ronald Gómez in the 79th minute. Yunus Musah was sent through on goal, and Gómez brought him down before he could get an attempt on goal.



Jordan Morris celebrating his equalizing goal in the 90th minute


The United States had many chances in the second half. But the cross from Luca de la Torre that found Jordan Morris was the moment that helped the United States salvage a point at the Estadio Cuscatian.


The US will play two friendlies later in the year as their final preparation before Qatar 2022.