FC Dallas Star scored four goals in the American victory.
Ricardo Pippi became the second youngest player to qualify for the World Cup for the US men’s national team as the FC Dallas star contributed to all four goals in Wednesday’s 4-1 win over Honduras.
PP, Who spoke the aim. About its recent rise and future ambitions earlier this summer., Has emerged as one of MLS’s deadliest strikers and has certainly made his international debut by scoring one goal, helping two more and setting up another in a much-needed win. Identification.
With the start, Pepe made his first USMNT appearance in just 18 years, 242 days, making him the second youngest American to play in a World Cup qualifier behind Christian Polisak (March 2016 against Guatemala). 17 years, 193 days in the match).
Faced with a win-win clash early in the cycle, USMNT boss Greg Berhlter sent an unexpected lineup with several major changes.
Pepe, George Bello, James Sands and Mark Mackenzie all played in World Cup qualifiers for the first time, with Sands playing in the central midfield after playing as a center-back through the Gold Cup.
However, the line-up was immediately proven a mistake as Honduras beat the United States 1-0 in the first half, which ended in favor of the hosts.
Halfway through, Berhlter made three changes, bringing in Andrew Edlin and Christian Rolden shortly before sending Anthony Robinson, Sebastian Leggett and Brendan Irvinson.
With the exception of Rolden, who replaced the injured Plessis, who contributed to the goals, there was a common difference between the four PPs as the United States got their qualifying campaign back on track.
The United States will face Jamaica on October 7, and the team now has five points from the first three World Cup qualifying games.