USA: Weah goalscorer, grumpy Pulisic

Thomas Siniecki, Media365: published on Thursday, June 02, 2022 at 4:03 p.m.

The United States did not make a detail against Morocco (3-0), which suggests great promise for the World Cup. Timothy Weah scored, Christian Pulisic took the opportunity to also raise the requirement with his supporters.

If the matches will accumulate in Europe for ten days, the preparation for the World Cup is also in full swing in other parts of the planet. In Asia, with Brazil’s victory in South Korea (1-5) and the upcoming match in Japan, but also on the other side of the Atlantic: the United States thus inflicted a promising 3-0 on Morocco, with in particular a goal from Timothy Weah whose team thus largely beat that of Achraf Hakimi. The LOSC striker and the Paris Saint-Germain full-back were both starters, they who are executives of their respective selections and should therefore be in sight in less than six months from now in Qatar – the USA will face England, Iran and Wales or Ukraine, while the Moroccans of Vahid Halilhodzic will scrap with Belgium, Canada and Croatia.

The Americans will face fellow globalist Uruguay on Sunday as Morocco return to Africa to start the AFCON qualifiers. A round trip to the American continent which is sure to make people talk for the Atlas Lions, the locals took the opportunity to try to wake up their supporters in Cincinnati. And Christian Pulisic, who reigned over the match with a bonus assist, was not convinced (for ESPN): “To be completely honest, I’m not very happy with the number of people in the stands… Thank you to those who came out to support us, it’s always great.” There were 19,512 spectators out of a total of 26,000 seats. The Americans are unbeaten at home for 24 games and a loss against Mexico in September 2019. Two more, and they’ll tie their record.

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