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It's a dark time for the USMNT, as Jurgen Klinsmann called out and sent home one of his most consistent performers on Monday.
England finished a perfect 10-for-10 with victory on Monday, while Ukraine missed their chance to qualify automatically.
Los Ticos up next for Klinsmann's crew, but how will they line up at Red Bull Arena?