USA vs Jamaica score, result, highlights as Brandon Vazquez rescues draw for USMNT in Gold Cup nature


It was not enough, but it was no way going to be. Substitute Brandon Vazquez’s late equalizer helped the United States secure a point against Jamaica in a 1- 1 draw to open 2023 Gold Cup play on Saturday night.

Jamaica, featuring a canon that boasted a number of Premier League and European- grounded players, baffled a domestic-heavy U.S. team for important of the 90 twinkles in Chicago. With utmost of the U.S. stars gone after serving faithfully on CONCACAF Nations League duty, a” B platoon” canon was stationed for this Gold Cup, and it appeared disconnected.

Yet, after Damion Lowe’s early thing put Jamaica ahead, the U.S. managed to hold out for important of the match, with Matt Turner’s first- half penalty save helping to give the Gold Cup hosts a chance. also, Vazquez awarded his side’s gritty trouble with an 88th- nanosecond equalizer. He entered the ball from Jesus Ferreira and deposited it from close range.

While the USMNT performance was far from inspiring, it also secured a big point. The U.S. is in good position to advance to the knockout round given that its remaining group stage games will be against St. Kitts & Nevis and Trinidad & Tobago.

The Sporting News followed the USA vs Jamaica match live, furnishing score updates, commentary and highlights as they happed.


USA vs Jamaica live score

Final thing songwriters
USA 1 Vazquez( 88′)
Jamaica 1 Lowe( 13′)
Starting lineups

USA( 4-3-3, right to left wing) 1. Turner( GK) — 2. Yedlin, 4. Miazga, 3. Long( Neal, 46′), 21. Tolkin( Vazquez, 80′) — 7. Sonora( Mihailovic, 65′), 8. Sands, 13.A. Morris — 13.J. Morris( Cowell, 54′), 9. Ferreira, 17. Zendejas( Roldan, 65′).

Jamaica( 4-4-2, right to left wing) 1. Blake( GK) — 2. Lembiska, 19. Mariappa, 17. Lowe, 4. Bell( Lawrence, 65′) 10. Reid, 15. Latibeaudiere, 3. Lambert, 7. Bailey(D. Johnson, 90′) 12. Grey( Nicholson, 90′), 18. Antonio( Burke, 75′).

USA vs Jamaica post-match analysis

Jamaica team had better players, and it showed.
There is no detriment in admitting that, given the canon construction for both sides, Jamaica were nearly clearly the better side. They featured four Premier League players in their starting lineup, including forwards Demarai Gray and Michail Antonio, plus Andre Blake, who has been the stylish goalkeeper in MLS for times.
The U.S., meanwhile, basically stationed its C platoon, and trainer BJ Callaghan will want to consider making changes for the rest of the group stage.

All effects consideredgiven the separation of gift, how the match played out wasn’t terribly unanticipated.

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