The United States won an even commitment to its Mexican counterpart on the seventh day of the Concacaf Qualifiers to access the Qatar World Cup in 2022. Their 2-0 victory meant climbing to the top of the standings in this final phase.
Although the USMNT has the same units as El Tri, the goal difference plays in favor of Gregg Berhalter's team, who will have the opportunity to defend that lead against Jamaica this Tuesday in Kingston.
The table today has Mexico and the United States as the two highest representatives, although with Canada, of surprising task so far, it follows them closely to just one point. Panama has already managed to make a difference from Costa Rica, Jamaica, El Salvador and Honduras, who were further relegated.
The truth is that yesterday's game only meant half of the tour of these qualifying rounds, which out of 14 games, has just played 7. However, it is estimated that with 21 points, the classification will be achieved for any team that manages to achieve them, so both Mexico and the United States can be confident that they will achieve it, since they need two victories and a draw in 7 possible games .