USMNT vs. Canada: Real-time scores, updates and highlights from the 2021 Gold Cup group stage

The United States and Canada hope to achieve the same goal in the final group stage of the 2021 Central North America and Caribbean Gold Cup: to end the game as a Group B champion and avoid a potential matchup with Mexico in the semifinals. But Canadians have an advantage.

Both teams both score 6 points and are mathematically eligible to enter the quarter-finals, but because of another goal, Canada has a tiebreaker and can be ranked first in the group stage. There are two results against the United States: victory Or a tie.

Despite winning 6-1 in the last game, if the Mexico team tops the group stage and both teams advance to that stage, the United States will have to win at all costs, otherwise it will face Mexico in the semifinals The risk of the team.

Sports News will provide real-time score updates and highlights for the USMNT-Canada Gold Cup held at the Kansas City Children’s Charity Park.

U.S. vs. Canada live score

1 hour 2 hours final
United States 1 —— ——
Canada 0 —— ——

the goal:
United States: Shaq Moore (Sebastian Lletget)-1st minute

(All times are east)

Halftime score: United States 1, Canada 0

Intermission: Canada did not take a penalty in the Zimmerman-Laria game, and the Canadian observers were not satisfied:

Intermission: The U.S. team scored a goal in just 20 seconds. There is no need to do much else. It is a pleasure to sit and defend the lead. The injuries of Zimmerman and Aquinola allowed both teams to make some adjustments in the game, but Canada took the initiative to end the first half. There was only one shot (goal) in the game—Canada’s offense outside Buchanan’s initiative was not dangerous enough, and USMNT was also trying to keep the ball and build an offense. There may be changes between the two sides after halftime.

46th minute: The Canadian team performed well in the first half, but the USMNT has a lot of data in the penalty area. It is difficult for the Canadian team to find a breakthrough in shooting and passing.

41st minute: Buchanan tried again to trigger the Canadian attack. He converged from the right, his left foot shot was blocked. Sam Vines and Sebastian Lletget didn’t let him out of their sight.

37th minute: During the hydration break, Canada moved Tajon Buchanan from the left to the right. Buchanan quickly passed the ball to Osorio, who shot in the blocked penalty area. But Osorio’s left foot did not exert much force behind the man.

31st minute: Hydration is interrupted. There is a chance to point out that Sebastian Ledgert was wearing the captain’s armband after Zimmerman was injured.

30 minutes: Canada’s Kyle Miller interrupted Dick’s goal with a brilliant tackle. If Miller didn’t win that tackle, Dick would score alone.

25th minute: Darryl Dick of the United States team shot in the penalty area and missed the goal. He used his muscles to get rid of a defender to get free.

24th minute: Osorio officially landed in Canada. It looks like this formation is more like a 3-5-2 formation, with Junior Hoilet and Cyle Larin as the forwards.

21st minute: Canada’s Akinola is back, but he won’t last long. He asked for a substitution, and he understood the emotion of having to go off the court. Jonathan Osorio is ready to play.

17th minute: Sands made a late tackle against Canada’s Ayo Akinola, who remained on the ground and needed treatment. Akinola was born in the United States. He played and scored for the US team in December 2020. He once moved to the Canadian team where he grew up.

15th minute: The 23-year-old central defender Donovan Pines took Zimmerman’s position in the defense. The 23-year-old player only made his USMNT debut in this group stage.

14th minute: Cyle Larin fell into the penalty area under the challenge of James Sands, but the referee did not issue a penalty kick. Instead, the referee blew a handball to Larin.

13th minute: The game continues. There is no punishment. The referee thinks this is a fair challenge-two players compete for the ball.

12th minute: Captain Zimmerman looks injured, and the US Marine Corps is already preparing the submarine.

9th minute: Looks like a punishment to Canada! Richie Laryea drove Walker Zimmerman into the penalty area on the right, and the American defender seemed to be throwing himself at Laryea. The referee does not play, but hands it to VAR. It can be assumed that Laryea fouled Zimmerman (pulled his arm) and caused Zimmerman to fall.

Minute 4: Shakmore’s gold cup breakout continues. He performed well in the first two games.Reggie Cannon will struggle to win a right-wing position

Minute 2: As we all know, the USMNT team under the leadership of Gregg Berhalter will swarm when the opening whistle sounds. They smashed the net there and shocked Canada.

Minute 1: The United States took the lead in just 20 seconds!

4:55 PM: When Patrick Mahomes was in the building, you knew it was an important game:

4:50 PM: The most interesting group stage scene in this game.

U.S. vs. Canada starting lineup

Both teams are equipped with three central defenders, which should add a fascinating twist to the game.

United States

Starting lineup (5-3-2, from left to right): 1-Matt Turner-GK——3-Sam Waynes, 12-Myers Robinson, 16-James Sands, 5-Walker Zimmerman (Captain), 20-Sand G. Moore-23-Kaylin Acosta, 6-Gianluca Busio, 17-Sebastian Ledgert-9-Gyasi Zardes, 11-Daryl Dike


Starting lineup (3-4-3, from left to right): 16-Maxime Crepeau-GK — 4-Kamal Miller, 5-Steven Vitoria (Captain), 2-Alistair Johnston — 12-Tajon Buchanan, 6-Samuel Piette, 8-Liam Fraser, 22-Richie Laryea — 10-Junior Hoilett, 20-Ayo Akinola, 17-Cyle Larin

How to watch the U.S. vs. Canada game

  • date: Sunday, July 18
  • time: 5 p.m. EST
  • TV channel (United States): fox
  • Spanish TV (United States): Univision, TUDN
  • Streaming media (United States): Fubo TV , Fox Sports app, TUDN app,
  • Streaming media (Canada): A football

U.S. TV and streaming

The U.S. and Canada Gold Cup group matches will be broadcast in Spanish on the Fox Broadcasting Network, Univision and TUDN.

All three networks can be streamed fuboTV (7-day free trial). Competitions are also available for authenticated users on the Fox Sports app, TUDN app and

Canadian TV and streaming

The competition will be conducted by OneSoccer. Fans can subscribe to OneSoccer on AppleTV, Roku, Chromecast, iOS and Android devices, and PC and Mac.

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