USMNT The USA men’s public group crushed Ghana, 4-0, on Tuesday night in a worldwide well disposed at GEODIS Park in Nashville, Tennessee.
USMNT It was the return execution the group required after a lowering loss against Germany on Saturday. The USAMNT matched its most noteworthy triumph edge against an Africa rival, which was set against South Africa in 2000 at Washington’s RFK Arena.
The USMNT scored three objectives in merely 12 minutes in the main half. They added a fourth before halftime in an odd succession that brought about a backhanded free kick inside the 18-yard box.
Gio Reyna, who had been at the focal point of discussion in the fallout of the 2022 World Cup, scored two of those objectives, including the engaging roundabout free kick. Reyna’s most memorable game back with the USMNT since the World Cup family fight was Saturday, when he began against Germany.
Here is a glance at Tuesday night’s features:
USMNT 4, Ghana 0: Gio Reyna scores on indirect free kick
Indeed, this is an objective you don’t see consistently.
Previously following 3-0 to the USMNT, Ghana confronted another potential objective scoring circumstance whenever protector Nicholas Opoku endeavored to defeat the opportunity to essentially sit ready. That didn’t work, as the arbitrator granted an aberrant free kick to the USA inside the 18-yard box. Gio Reyna jabbed the ball to Christian Pulisic, who tapped it back, and Reyna booted the ball over a line of Ghana players and into the rear of the net.
USMNT 3, Ghana 0: Rout is on after Folarin Balogun goal
Tim Weah was dynamic in this one. Subsequent to having laid out up an extra shot objective for Christian Pulisic, Weah made the third objective. With the USA squeezing, Jerome Opoku neglected to control a pass on a flank. Weah got the ball and focused to Balogun, who turned as he took a touch and scored from the center of the punishment region for his third objective in six USMNT appearances.
USMNT 2, Ghana 0: Christian Pulisic buries penalty kick
Three days in the wake of scoring a golazo against Germany, Pulisic added one more objective to his consistently developing count. Pulisic — who positions 6th all-time among USMNT objective scorers — scored his 28th public group objective and is only two objectives behind Brian McBride for fifth on the record-breaking list.
Gideon Mensah’s foul on Tim Weah in the 18-yard take care of set Pulisic’s extra shot.
USMNT 1, Ghana 0: Gio Reyna gets goal-scoring barrage going
It didn’t take long for the USA to illuminate the scoreboard. Sergiño Dest spilled toward objective and passed wide to Folarin Balogun, whose cross bobbed off protector Nicholas Opoku. Gio Reyna was there to take the diversion and one-coordinated a right-foot shot from around 12 yards out. It was Reyna’s most memorable USMNT objective since June 2021.