The favorite scenario for soccer fans in North America is, once again, a reality, since this Sunday, June 6, in the Concacaf Nations League Grand Final, the selected United States and Mexico will face off in the city of Denver.
The Clásico on this side of the planet will have a very special seasoning for the team led by Gregg Berhalter, who will seek to end a losing streak against Tri, in duels for points, which has dragged on from the road to the World Cup in Brazil 2014.
It is that the United States National Team will seek its first official victory against Mexico in eight years, while globally, it does not know of victories against the Aztecs since September 11, 2018, when it defeated it in a friendly match played in Nashville.
In the overall record of matches between the two Concacaf giants, the supremacy is total for El Tri with 36 wins to just 19 victories for the USMNT, added to five draws; while in games for points, the distance is greater, 25 against only nine.
The last time the United States celebrated a victory against Mexico was on September 10, 2013, in the framework of the Qualifiers heading to Brazil 2014, where in Columbus, they won 2-0, with scores by Eddie Johnson (49 ') and Landon Donovan (78 ').