The USMNT has not had the start it expected in the Concacaf World Cup qualifiers heading to Qatar 2022 and amid criticism, it will seek to straighten the way in three other complicated commitments. However, he has what to beat the rivals he will have in this new window, and everything indicates that he should not have complications to do so.
Despite having won in their last presentation, including a thrashing against Honduras, the Stars and Stripes team has tied their first two Octagonal duels, results that have annoyed the fans and as if that were not enough, another issue has stolen the attention: Its main figure, may not be part of the team.
The problem, in this case, is that Great Britain requires that all those who visit a country on its red list serve a 10-day quarantine upon arrival in England. The game in Panama before the Columbus match would prevent Pulisic from joining Chelsea for their Premier League engagement at Brentford's home on October 16 and for a Champions League home match against Malmö four days after.
USMNT: Who are the players that would not travel to Panama?
The USMNT wouldn't be able to call Chelsea superstar striker Christian Pulisic for the next World Cup qualifiers window, due to this regulations unless they change before that. Besides him, the other players that wouldn't be able to call up: Zack Steffen, Ethan Horvath, Josh Sargent, Tim Ream and Antonee Robinson.
USMNT: Who are their next rivals in this World Cup qualifiers window
The US National Team will face Jamaica on October 7, Panama on October 10, and Costa Rica 3 days later.
USMNT: How are they doing in the qualifiers for the World Cup?
The USMNT is third in the final round for the World Cup, which brings together all the teams, everyone against everyone back and forth. After 3 games he has 5 points, and is behind Mexico and Canada, although still qualifying directly for the next World Cup in Qatar 2022.