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LIVE — USMNT v. Cuba in must-win Nations League finale

Josh Sargent, Miles Robinson

In this photo taken Sept. 6, 2019, United States forward Josh Sargent, right, goes airborne while passing the ball to a teammate in the second half of an international friendly soccer match against Mexico in East Rutherford, N.J. After scoring his first goal of the season for Werder Bermen with a spectacular shot, 19-year-old Sargent hopes to play for the United States in his hometown during Tuesday’s exhibition against Uruguay at Busch Stadium. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)


Win and advance to the semifinals. It’s as simple as that for the U.S. men’s national team on Tuesday (7:30 p.m. ET), when they face Cuba in George Town, Cayman Islands, to wrap up the group stage of the inaugural CONCACAF Nations League.

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Head coach Gregg Berhalter has made four changes to the team that beat Canada 4-1 on Friday. Most notably, Josh Sargent starts up top in place of Gyasi Zardes; DeAndre Yedlin will play right back after Sergiño Dest started there on Friday; Cristian Roldan replaces Sebastian Lletget in midfield; and Daniel Lovitz will play left back, where Tim Ream, who slides over to John Brooks’ center back spot, started against Canada.

Mexico, Costa Rica and Honduras have already qualified for the semifinals. The USMNT or Canada are the last two teams with a chance to join them.

Hit the link above to follow along throughout the game, and check back on PST for a recap, analysis and reaction after the final whistle.

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