USMNT Hits Reset Button Before Facing Familiar Foe England

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Sports Illustrated

By Brian Straus With the pressure of most players’ World Cup debuts finally out of the way, the big test on Black Friday looms. AL RAYYAN, Qatar—On Tuesday night, less than 24 hours after making their 2022 World Cup debut in a 1–1 tie against Wales, the members of the U.S. men’s national team took a breather. U.S. Soccer invited families and loved ones who are supporting the players and staff in Qatar to the team hotel for dinner. There, on a smaller island within the larger man-made, luxury island known as The Pearl, the group enjoyed a barbecue, buffet, some live music and the temporary dist…

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