The United States is one of the three teams that dominate CONCACAF, along with Mexico and Costa Rica, regional powers that are forced to position themselves at the top of each competition. In the same sense, it is the second most winning team in the history of the Gold Cup.
, a tournament that used to give away a ticket to the Confederations Cup but that today only gives a financial prize to the champion and a distinction in name. There came a time when winners were seen at the expense of the Mexican National Team, which has the most titles and for this 2019 will seek to boast as the King of CONCACAF.
The 2021 Gold Cup, with the United States as host and Mexico defending the title won in the 2019 edition, beating USA in the final. Throughout the entire history of the Gold Cup, only six players have managed to reach more than ten goals in the tournament.
How many Gold Cups has the United States won:
The USMNT has been a winner in 1991, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2013 and 2017.
The Gold Cup reaches its final day of the group stage.
The United States will have the task of defeating Canada in order to take first place in the section and advance comfortably to the quarterfinals.
Gregg Berhalter's team has had a smooth ride in the group stage with victories over Haiti and Martinique, but by scoring more goals, the Maple Leafs took first place in the section.Canada does not have its star team either, but it was enough for them to get past Martinique and Haiti and seek a place in the next round.
Among them two from the national team of USMNT:
- Landon Donovan: historic U.S. striker scored 18 goals in 34 games since his debut in 2000.
- Clint Dempsey: another of the great U.S. players. He scored 13 goals in 25 matches since his first appearance in 2005.