Gold Cup

United States looking to break records against Panama

The USMNT will close its group stage games against Panama on Wednesday in Kansas City, not only targeting top spot but also a goals record.

Paul Arriola and Christian Pulisic celebrating after the USMNT win over Trinidad and Tobago

Gregg Berhalter and the US men's national team will close its group stage participation against Panama already qualified for the Gold Cup knock-out stages.

Both squads will arrive at the final match with their quarter-final ticket already in hand, with the USMNT beating Trinidad and Tobago 6-0 while in ended Panama 4-2 Guyana.

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This match will define Group D's first place and will determine the next opponent that is between Jamaica, El Salvador, and Curazao, the latter a squad that continues to surprise many in the tournament.

Both teams have faced each other a total of 20 times in official matches, the Stars and Stripes dominating with 14 wins, 5 draws and only 2 losses against the Canal Men.

Record-breaking in sight

If Gregg Berhalter's side scores two goals against Panama on Wednesday, June 26, 2019, at Children's Mercy Park in Kansas City, they will set a new group stage record for most goals scored. This currently belongs to the 2013 USMNT with 11 goals.