USA VS Panama score, result, highlights, live, prediction, h2h as USMNT excluded from Gold Cup on penalties in semifinals

For the first time since 2015, the United States won’t be in the Gold Cup final as they fall on a penalty shootout to Panama after a 1- 1 draw.

Forced to play through extra-time and a penalty shootout for the alternate successive time in just three days, tired legs took over as the game dragged on. Jesus Ferreira’s dramatic 105th nanosecond thing evened, cancelling out Ian Anderson’s go- ahead thing, but it was not relatively enough to get them through.

Exercising a backup canon after the starters served their public platoon duty through the Nations League a many weeks prior, interim head trainer BJ Callaghan saw his side put forth another sloppy performance. They got down with a sub-par caching in the quarterfinals against Canada, as Matt Turner bailed them out in the penalty shootout, but this time they would not escape.

In the penalty shootout, Matt Turner made one save on Christian Martinez, but Jesus Ferreira and Christian Roldan both saw their sweats stopped by Orlando Mosquera to see Panama through.

With the palm, Panama reached the final for the first time since 2005, and has a shot at winning the CONCACAF event for the first time in history.

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

USA VS Panama final score

  Score (AET) Goal scorers
USA 1 Ferreira (105′)
Panama 1 I. Anderson (99′)

Penalty Shootout:

  R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6
Panama O O X O O O


Starting lineups:

USA( 4-3-3, right to left wing): 1. Turner( GK) — 5. Reynolds ( Yedlin, 63′), 12.M. Robinson, 3. Long ( Miazga, 73′), 15.D. Jones( Tolkin, 104′) — 6. Busio( Gressel, 104′), 8. Sands, 14. Mihailovic — 9. Ferreira, 19. Vazquez(J. Morris, 73′), 11. Cowell( Roldan, 63′).

Panama( 3-4-3, right to left): 22. Mosquera( GK) — 4. Escobar, 3. Cummings, 16. Andrade — 10. Barcenas, 8. Carrasquilla, 20. Godoy( Welch, 102′), 15. Davis(I. Anderson, 90 1′) — 17. Fajardo(C. Martinez, 80′), 19. Quintero( Waterman, 80′), 11. Diaz.

USA VS Panama post-match analysis

The USMNT didn’t earn to advance to the Gold Cup final

Putting it plainly, the United States didn’t play well enough to win the game, and the better platoon advanced to the Gold Cup final. On Sunday, theU.S. could point to plenitude of areas that they bested Canada, but moment, it was hard to find a single hand of the game that they dominated.

Indeed as theU.S. began to control stretches of the game in the alternate half, their prosecution in the attacking third fell well short of prospects. By the time Jesus Ferreira eventually produced a moment of magic, the damage had formerly been done on the other end.

TheU.S. had held the most possession of anyone in the Gold Cup coming into the match, but managed just 36 percent in the first half and 44 percent throughout the entire match. They were out- passed by Panama 579- 427, and put just three of their 14 shots on target. It was a dud in the purest sense, and Panama deservedly went through.

James Sands the stylish USMNT Gold Cup pantomime, Jesus Ferreira also impresses

Matt Turner away, not numerous players on theU.S. team truly made a case for them to be in the first- choice picture. One of those who impressed throughout was James Sands, only ultimately seeing his performance drop at the very end as he( and everyone differently) ran out of gas.

Beach was exceptional as theNo. 6, calming possession and putting on a diving clinic. Against Panama, he won six of his seven ground conflicts and won four fouls, while hitting on six of his 10 long balls and delivering 18 passes into the final third.

While theU.S. is loaded in midfield at the top of the depth map, Sands has deposited himself for a provisory part behind Tyler Adams. Yunus Musah would still be the likely seeker to move back into that spot should Adams go down, but Sands is now forcefully in the midfield discussion along with the likes of Luca de la Torre and Johnny Cardoso.

Jesus Ferreira was also excellent throughout the competition. His chapeau- tricks against the Caribbean minnows were dominant, and he also showed capabilities in multiple positions, also adding a thing of the loftiest quality in this losing trouble.

Tired legs were, predictably, a big factor for the United States

The U.S. knew they presumably had to win this game in regulation if they were to advance, and eventually they were done in by soppiness that was surely in part caused by fatigue.

Beforehand on, Panama put together a great politic plan that stretched the U.S. midfield and sculpted them to pieces. They were unfit to keep up, and while BJ Callaghan made negotiations that helped tactically, they still looked extremely sloppy on and off the ball, especially as the game dragged on.

The USMNT had no way had to play back- to- back extra-time matches in the Gold Cup in history, so this is a rare circumstance, and it was just too important for them to muster the energy for. It’s not an reason, it’s a reality.

USA VS Panama live updates, highlights, commentary


Round 6

USA: Christian Roldan is now over for theU.S. and it’s SAVED! Oh no, theU.S. is in a hole as Orlando Mosquera guessed rightly and stops the low shot to Roldan’s left!

Panama: Adalberto Carrasquilla can win it for Panama, and he SCORES! PANAMA MOVES ON TO THE GOLD Mug FINAL!

Round 5

USA: Matt Miazga steps up and SCORES! It’s an absolute ripper, smashed into the top-right corner. Orlando Mosquera guessed wrong, but wouldn’t have saved it either way.

DRAMA! Matt Miazga cuts off the coming taker and gets in his way on his walkup, and the Panama bench loses its mind! The adjudicator does not see it!

Panama: Cecilio Waterman eventually gets to take his penalty after the gibberish, and he SCORES! He sends Matt Turner the wrong way and rolls it into the corner. We are going to unforeseen death rounds!

Round 4

USA: Julian Gressel SCORES! Picks out the right side network and smashes it, with Orlando Mosquera going the wrong way.

Panama: Edgar Barcenas SCORES! It’s a cocky take, and Turner knows he is gone the wrong way incontinently, with the ball just laggardly- rolling into the middle of the net.


Round 3

USA: Jordan Morris now for the USMNT and he SCORES! Orlando Mosquera does a lot of dancing before guessing rightly, but Morris absolutely roofs it into the top-right corner.

Panama Christian Martinez has it SAVED by Matt Turner! Martinez goes for the stutter step and just fully botches it, a truly awful penalty that Turner holds his ground to stop! We are position!

Round 2

USA: It’s Djordje Mihailovic to take, with theU.S. tracking, and he SCORES! Sends Orlando Mosquera the wrong way.

Panama: After a long delay, Ismael Diaz eventually steps up to take for Panama, and SCORES! Matt Turner goes the wrong way, and Diaz smashes it to the taker’s left wing.

Round 1

USA: Jesus Ferreira steps up to take the first penalty of theshootout.and it’s SAVED by Orlando Mosquera! It’s not a terrible penalty, but Mosquera suppositions rightly and lunges to his right to make the stop!

Panama: Fidel Escobar SCORES! Right down the middle, and Turner cannot hold his ground or deflect his body.


We are going to a alternate straight penalty shootout! Matt Turner, over to you! TheU.S. will shoot first in the shootout, and Panama will go second.

Turner having some badinage with Harold Cummings during the coin toss, which is just all part of the mind games. It appears Turner may have been upset with the coin toss, but it’s unclear what.

USA VS Panama Extra-time 2H

120th min :there is only one nanosecond of added time shown, which is a bit wild considering Ferreira was down for at least two twinkles. The adjudicator has to calm the touchlines down as the ball goes out of play near midfield.

119th min: Ferreira is suitable to walk out under his own power, refusing the stretcher. TheU.S. plays a man down for now, but he looks to be preparing to come back on imminently.

Matt Turner has to make another save, his fourth, as Ian Anderson takes a shot centrally with the outside of his bottom, but it’s right at theU.S. goalkeeper, who makes no mistake with the ball bobbling. Ferreira is back on now.

117th min: Now Jesus Ferreira is down in clear pain, holding the reverse of his leg or groin. The stretcher comes out, and this could also be problematic for theU.S. Not only would they be forced to play a man down for the final twinkles, but Ferreira is an egregious seeker to take a penalty in a implicit shootout.

During Ferreira’s treatment, an advertisement is made in Snapdragon Stadium as a warning to suckers against discriminative chanting.

115th min: This is an absolute mess. Neither side can maintain possession, as tired legs consume both brigades. John Tolkin fouls Christian Martinez on the touchline right in front of Panama head trainer Thomas Christiansen, who screams for a unheroic card, but none is shown. There have only been two bookings from Guatemalan adjudicator Walter Lopez.

112th min: TheU.S. co uld be in trouble as Djordje Mihailovic is limping poorly but theU.S. is out of negotiations. Play continues for now.

109th min: Chance, Panama! Matt Turner makes a fairly simple save off a shot from deep, but it’s another warning shot from Panama who get a free look on thing. Matt Miazga has not been good since coming off the bench, and he lost his man there again.

Kickoff Snapdragon Stadium is BUZZING as the alternate half ofextra-time begins. TheU.S. may be seeing blood then as Panama looks to be reeling from the gut punch of Ferreira’s thing.

USA VS Panama Extra-time 1H


A long ball to the top of the penalty area reaches Jordan Morris, who heads it to Ferreira at the spot facing down from thing. He ever whips his body around at the ball to poke it exquisitely once Orlando Mosquera.

What a awful thing, and at the perfect time! TheU.S. has set up anextra-time equalizer for the alternate straight game!

101st min: Anibal Godoy earns an unheroic card for playing James Sands with a dangerous, two- footed challenge. Godoy is incontinently withdrawn for Jovani Welch.

The U.S. players look gladdened. BJ Callaghan brings on John Tolkin to replace DeJuan Jones, as well as Julian Gressel to take the place of Gianluca Busio.

99th min: thing! PANAMA! The callers are in front and theU.S. could be out! Ivan Anderson off the bench has put Panama in front, beating Matt Turner who had to come way out of thing and try to challenge outside the penalty area!

The U.S. players are screaming for offside, but nope, DeAndre Yedlin does not hold his shape on the far side and plays Anderson on. It’s truly shambolic defending from theU.S. reverse line — Matt Miazga inexplicably steps way too far forward, and it allows Anderson a free look at the attacking third.

97th min: Chance, USA! Jesus Ferreira has an open title but puts it right at the goalkeeper! A cross from Gianluca Busio on the sect reaches the head of theU.S. striker, but his deflect is straight into the chuck handbasket of Orlando Mosquera.

96th min: Insanely unlucky penalties, as Mihailovic knew absolutely nothing about it, jumping and seeing the ball redirect off the bushwhacker’s head and just slightly crop his arm. It’s hard to indeed confirm that the ball surely hit his arm, behind him.

Yes it’s an unnatural position, but it gave Panama absolutely no advantage whatsoever. Ultimately, VAR decides that the offside nullifies any discussion about the handball, and the U.S. Escapes unscathed.

89th min: Djordje Mihailovic wins a corner and takes the delivery, which is a whizzed ball virulently transferred into the mixer, and while the original feed is headed athwart, it’s only as far as Matt Miazga who decides not to shoot it back by, but scourge his body around for a shot with a high degree of difficulty, and he sends it to the moon. Not the right decision.

A minimum of five added twinkles is shown, but it’ll be further than that as Eric Davis is down and needs treatment, stretchered off and replaced by Ivan Anderson.

85th min: the speed has returned to the game a bit with subs on both sides making an impact. Miles Robinson makes a great intervention as Ismael Diaz gets through on the break, and also Jesus Ferreira just slightly cannot reach a feed into the penalty area.

Now Robinson fouls a Panama player on the counter and ever does not earn an unheroic card despite huge Panamanian demurrers. Well ok, there it’s now.The first booking of the game for either side, shown insanely late by Walter Lopez after the two of them have a long discussion. Weird refereeing, but the right calls.

79th min: Eventually Panama makes its first two changes, as Cecilio Waterman and Christian Martinez enter to replace Alberto Quintero and Jose Fajardo, switching to a 4-3-3 conformation. The 3- CB conformation worked for utmost of the game, but they now change it up to fight the U.S. Subs. They incontinently press high up the field to put the U.S. defense under pressure on the ball.

71st min: our alternate half hydration break has arrived, and it gives the Panama players a chance to catch their breath. TheU.S. subs have been influential and shifted the instigation in their favor, putting Panama on its heels.

Out of the hydration break, BJ Callaghan makes two further changes, bringing Matt Miazga on for Aaron Long, while Jordan Morris comes on for Brandon Vazquez. That will probably put Jesus Ferreira centrally up front. Panama head trainer Thomas Christiansen still has yet to make any negotiations.

65th min: Chance, USA! FERREIRA JUST WIDE! A noble chance which is drafted from end to end, and finishes as DeAndre Yedlin’s slant cutback finds Jesus Ferreira at the top of the penalty area. His long- range shot nearly picks out the inside of the far post, but it goes plaintively wide. Beat the goalkeeper, beat the post! So so close to the opening thing.

62nd min: Now theU.S. has two good aesthetics but can not get either to produce a shot. Jesus Ferreira culinarians up a silky touch to put Brandon Vazquez through but it’s just a hair too strong, and also moments latterly Vazquez is closed down at the top of the penalty area and mis- hits his slant delivery to the right hand. On both occasions, right idea but wrong prosecution.

BJ Callaghan makes the first negotiations for either side tonight, replacing Cade Cowell with Cristian Roldan, and bringing DeAndre Yedlin on for Bryan Reynolds. Both players replaced did a ton of running tonight, which was a tough ask after the trying match three days agone .

60th min: Panama has a dangerous occasion in theU.S. penalty area, but the defense does enough to help a shot and scramble it clear. Cross came from the Panama left this time, with Reynolds covering his man but nothing to help on the load.

53rd min: Chance, Panama! WHAT A SAVE MATT TURNER! HE KEEPS THE GAME SCORELESS! It’s a free title for Saturday’s chapeau- trick idol Ismael Diaz, who heads it down into the ground beautifully. The ball pops up and looks to be dicing the goalkeeper, but Turner reacts insanely snappily to make the save! After Sunday’s heroics in the penalty shootout, that man does it again!

52nd min: Chance, USA! Eventually a creative move from theU.S. and it comes via Cade Cowell! He has the option to cut centrally, but he rather goes vertically before cutting it back to Brenden Vazquez, but his short delivery is awkward and Vazquez puts it over.

The wingers have switched sides out of the half, with Cade Cowell over helping defensively on Bryan Reynolds’s side. That is got Jesus Ferreira on the left sect, which is not exactly his stylish position. probably we will see changes around the hour mark from BJ Callaghan —

50th min: DeJuan Jones is scythed down at the top of the penalty area and is screaming for a call, but the sanctioned swells it down.

Matt Miazga is over off the bench entering instructions from the coaching staff, but Aaron Longre-enters the field for now. Miazga was also supposedly warming up considerably at halftime according to the Fox broadcast, so he may be set to come in either way.

47th min: Chance, Panama! TheU.S. back line is beaten again, as Jose Fajardo is threaded through by a brilliant feed from the right, but Aaron Long makes a great recovery to cut down the chance at the death, as Matt Turner charges.

After the play Long stays down and is entering treatment. The U.S. is formerly veritably thin, and Matt Miazga would be the only available relief with Jalen Neal also out with a knock.

Kickoff the alternate half is under way, and theU.S. Needs to ameliorate just like they did against Canada three days agone . BJ Callaghan did not make any labor force changes for that match at the break, and does not moment either as they get play renewed in San Diego.

Moment, he needs to sort out the issues with Panama submerging the wide areas and pulling theU.S. Midfield out of its shape.

HALFTIME USA 0- 0 Panama

It was not relatively as sloppy as the first half against Canada back on Sunday, but it sure was close. Panama targeted the U.S. full- tails in the opening 20 twinkles, and also started sliding passes right down the gut as the half neared a close, both to great effect.

The U.S. just could not get on the ball constantly enough to produce enough chances to have their own influence in front of the Panama net.

Scoreless at the half, but the feeling is that Panama will score ultimately should this continue.

USA VS Panama First Half

43rd min: virtuousness gracious, the U.S. is a total mess at the back right now. James Sands misses a attack for putatively the first time this event, and Panama pass right through the middle of theU.S. defense. Matt Turner comes off his line to punch clear, but does not get good contact, and theU.S. does just enough to keep Panama from putting the ball in the open net. This is getting dicey.

40th min: Panama nearly gets another shot on frame as another slant cutback from the left nearly finds a Panama forward yet again, but Gianluca Busio applies enough pressure that there is no shot taken. Busio has to be careful, because he whisked the man over, and while it’s not a penalty and not sizzled, he will not want to give the adjudicator anything to suppose about.

34th min: The U.S. get forward into the Panama penalty area for the first time in a while, but Jesus Ferreira cannot control a long ball duly, rather popping it grandly into the air into no- man’s land with nothing running the play. A disappointing end to that buildup.

There is a nervous calm around Snapdragon Stadium asU.S. suckers are floundering to get themselves into the inflow of this kindly disconnected, awkward back- and- forth game.

28th min: Chance, Panama! Edgar Barcenas has the ball in the reverse of the net, but it’s ruled out for offside! The call is correct, and verified by renewal, just leaning off the reverse shoulder of his protector. TheU.S. line put their hands up incontinently, but it’s a nervy moment for theU.S. Aaron Long has plodded so far coming to Miles Robinson.

Hydration break is up as the two sides head to the touchline for a breath.

26th min: James Sands makes another brilliant attack, this time in the attacking half to oust Adalberto Carrasquilla and stop a Panama counter. He is been the stylishU.S. player so far throughout the entire event.

22nd min: Chance, Panama! They get another good trouble on Matt Turner’s area as Jose Fajardo connects his head to a academic side cross and puts it just over the bar. Not a bad look there, and Panama continue to prove a bit dangerous.

20th min: Djordje Mihailovic is clobbered from before and wins a free- kick for theU.S. from a dangerous position about 27 yards out, shadowed to the left wing of center. Gianluca Busio takes, but his looped delivery into the mixer is not long enough, and rather is cleared by Fidel Escobar under littleU.S. pressure.

12th min: Chance, Panama! The callers eventually do put together a dangerous attack from their possession, this time from the right, and Ismael Diaz rips a cross indirectly to the doorstep. Matt Turner stops the cross and deflects it out of peril, which was critical because a Panama bushwhacker was standing right there to put it down had Turner not been there.

10th min: Panama has done well to hold possession through the opening stage of this match, combining well with one- touch end to keep theU.S. off the ball. They are substantially trying to progress forward on the sides, but have not been suitable to make into the attacking third yet.U.S. defense keeping the ball in front of them well.

6th min: Chance, USA! Cade Cowell weaves through protectors like they are not indeed there, but ever does not get a shot off before the Panama defense thwarts the chane. How did he not pull the detector there?? The flag went up at the end of the play, but it would have been capsized as renewal shows he was onside.

5th min: Fox sideline host Jenny Taft reports that Alex Zendejas isn’t available tonight due to a shin injury, which leaves theU.S. indeed thinner for this semifinal. Aidan Morris isn’t with the platoon, and Jalen Neal picked up an injury against Canada, leaving theU.S. three players short of its 23- man canon. That is not including Alan Sonora who was replaced after the group stage due to injury by Jackson Yueill.

2nd min: This match is a track match beforehand! Panama goes down on a counter that requires a last- gutter James Sands intervention, and also theU.S. goes right back the other way where Djordje Mihailovic nearly gets a wide-open chance, but the rebounded trouble is just out of his reach at the top of a six- yard box.

1st min: Chance, USA! Whoa! Straight off the jump, Brandon Vazquez wins the ball way over grandly, and he cuts it to Cade Cowell at the top of the penalty area who whacks the post! Wake up, everyone, then we go!

Kickoff The semifinal between the U.S. and Panama is under way at Snapdragon Stadium! Let’s see how snappily the U.S. can shake off the cobwebs from the emotionally and physically trying match against Canada less than 72 hours a gone , or if that indeed affects them at all.

Brandon Vazquez got a huge thing in Cincinnati where he plays, and now he starts in his birthplace of San Diego, in front of a capacity of 32,000 — it’s anticipated to be a capacity crowd, but the colosseum is only partial-full so far.

USA VS Panama Pre-match commentary, analysis, stats, and more

5 mins: to protest The Fox broadcast stated that Jalen Neal picked up a groin injury late in the quarterfinal match against Canada, which is why he didn’t start moment, and sounds like he will not be available off the bench. It’s still intriguing that Aaron Long was chosen over Matt Miazga, but recovery may have commodity to do with it.

15 mins: to protest Gianluca Busio had a truly fascinating performance against Canada on Sunday. He’d an awful first half, to which I called out on social media. By the end of the 120 twinkles, I had to eat my words, as he was one of the topU.S. players.

Busio was exceedingly sloppy in the first half, losing simple passes and giving away possession cheaply. He turned it around to finish51/60 end, three successful crosses, an enormous eight shots,8/14 ground conflicts won,3/5 upstanding conflicts won, and a huge six fouls won. He made the Gold Cup bravery XI for the quarterfinals!( lol@ Matt Turner being left out). For moment, he will need to supplicate further of the alternate half and leave that first half against Canada behind him.

30 mins: to protest With Brandon Vazquez earning his first launch of the event tonight, theU.S. has now used 22 different starters this Gold Cup. The only player on the original canon not to start a game is goalkeeper Gaga Slonina( Jackson Yueill, added as an injury relief after the group stage, has also not started).

The record for the U.S. in a Gold Cup is 27 back in 2017, but that number would be exceedingly delicate to break under the current canon rules which circumscribe the list to just 23 players. It would bear the entire 23- man canon to start matches, plus four injury reserves as well, which is unrealistic.

44 mins: to protest Cade Cowell earns his alternate launch of this summer’s event, making him the fourth- youthful player in USMNT history to start a Gold Cup knockout match( behind George Bello and Gianluca Busio in 2011, and the leader, Juan Agudelo in 2011). He is been great off the bench, but was only so- so in his lone launch againstSt. Kitts & Nevis as teammates around him tore up the Caribbean minnows.

Cowell is a bright sprat with a big future, and wants to play in Europe. He gabbled with The Sporting News ahead of the group stage homestretch in Charlotte, in which he’d score his first transnational thing off the bench.

52 mins: to protest Panama has named an unchanged lineup from the quarterfinal trouncing of Gold Cup companies Qatar, including chapeau- trick idol Ismael Diaz. His triadic came across a nine- nanosecond span soon after the halftime break, and it’ll be over to Bryan Reynolds to lock him down on Panama’s left sect.

1 hour 5 mins: to protest The USMNT lineup is out, and there are some intriguing tricks from interim head trainer BJ Callaghan. He has named to start Aaron Long at center- reverse ahead of both Matt Miazga and Jalen Neal, both of whom played in the exacting quarterfinal three days agone .

also, Brandon Vazquez starts at theNo. 9 position, while Jesus Ferreira is also on the platoon distance in the absence of a alternate natural winger, likely meaning that Ferreira will move out wide contrary Cade Cowell.

1 hour 15 mins: to protest Rumors of a transfer to Europe have begun forU.S. striker Brandon Vazquez, and he was not shy when asked what his intentions were. He is been linked with a move to German club Borussia Monchengladbach, but there reports marker the transfer conversations as” complicated.”

He could continue to make his case for a move with continued performances at the Gold Cup, whether from the launch or off the bench.

1 hour 30 mins: to protest The USMNT will wear their blue jerseys for tonight’s match in San Diego, their tackle for the third straight match. They’ve only worn the whites once this Gold Cup, againstSt. Kitts & Nevis in the group stage.

1 hour 45 mins: to protest TheU.S. and Panama are extremely familiar with each other, having matched over 25 times in the last 19 times. The USMNT has only seen principal rivals Mexico more.

They are regular opponents in the Gold Cup as well, meeting in every Gold Cup but one since 2007, only not playing in 2021. Panama has only won formerly in regulation against theU.S. in the Gold Cup, coming back in 2011 in group stage play. They did, still, eclipse theU.S. in the third- place game on penalties in 2015 after a 1- 1 draw.

2 hours to onset While this borderline USMNT canon competes for a Gold Cup, first- platoon star Christian Pulisic has completed a move to AC Milan. While it’s yet to be officially blazoned by the club, it was suggested by Milan’s social media accounts history, and Pulisic was pictured subscribing signatures for Milan suckers after completing his medical. It’s basically a done deal!

USA VS Panama lineups

In his birthplace of San Diego, Brandon Vazquez is eventually brought into the starting lineup, which moves Jesus Ferreira out wide. Cade Cowell has been electric off the bench on multiple occasions, and has earned a look on the left sect from the opening whoosh.

Callaghan has also called upon Aaron Long for his alternate launch of the event, starting him in defense in place of Jalen Neal and Matt Miazga, who have earned utmost of the twinkles alongside Miles Robinson. The Fox broadcast statedpre-match that Neal picked up a groin injury late against Canada and isn’t available tonight, and also reported early in the match that Alex Zendejas is also down with a shin problem.

There are no players on the United States who have picked up unheroic card accumulation dormancies in this event, and now the slate is cleared for the semis. It’s unclear whether Aidan Morris, given particular leave to depart camp, has returned yet, but Jordan Morris is healthy to play after coming off the bench against Canada.

USA verified starting lineup (4-3-3) Turner (GK) — Reynolds,M. Robinson, Neal,D. Jones — Busio, Sands, Mihailovic — Ferreira, Vazquez, Cowell.

USA subs (11) Johnson (GK), Slonina( GK), Neal, Miazga, Yedlin, Tolkin, Yueill, Roldan,J. Morris, Zendejas, Gressel.

Panama head trainer Thomas Christiansen has named an unchanged lineup after Los Canaleros pummeled Qatar 4- 0 in the quarterfinals.

Goalkeeper Orlando’ El Cuti’ Mosquera, 28, has been the starter in thing for this event, given theNo. 1 jersey in all four matches despite the presence of 49- cap stager Luis Mejia on the canon.

suckers will fete Nashville SC midfielder Anibal Godoy as a dependence for Panama, coming into the event on 125 caps. The defense is also extremely educated, featuring four players with over 60 transnational appearances, although 24- time-old Andres Andrade( 23 caps) has broken into the starting aft line after completing a transfer to Austrian club LASK just over a week agone .

Panama verified starting lineup( 3-4-3) Mosquera( GK) — Escobar, Cummings, Andrade — Barcenas, Carrasquilla, Godoy, Davis — Fajardo, Quintero, Diaz.

Panama subs( 12)( Lineups released one hour previous to onset)

How to watch USA vs Panama live sluice, television channel

Then is how to watch the USAvs. Panama match in the United States and Canada


  • Date: Wed, July 12, 2023
  • Time 🙁 ET) 730p.m. ET ( 430p.m. PT)
  • TV Channel: FS1, Univision, TUDN
  • Streaming: Fubo, Fox Sports point/ app, TUDN point/ app

The match between the United States and Panama will be televised in the United States on FS1( English) and on Univision and TUDN( Spanish). All three channels are available to sluice on Fubo,

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