USA vs. Mexico score: Pulisic scores winning PK, hero Horvath Conserves one as USMNT Triumph Concacaf Nations League

It had been an instant classic; the trophy went into the red, blue and white

USA vs. Mexico score: Pulisic scores winning PK, hero Horvath Conserves one as USMNT Triumph Concacaf Nations League

The U.S. two came from behind to draw level before celebrity offender Christian Pulisic scored the winning penalty kick in the second half of extra time, but it was not around there. Mexico was granted their very own penalty kick a handball in the box, together with backup goalkeeper Ethan Horvath, at the game due to an injury to rookie Zack Steffen, denying Andres Guardado to procure the name.

In case you missed the game, Paramount+ includes a complete replay available here. Plus it suffices to mention you missed a good one. Legislation featured a bodily, bonkers and at times perplexing 90 minutes. It took only a moment for El Tri to score through Jesus Corona, capitalizing on a mistake by Mark McKenzie in the trunk.

At the 27th minute, Christian Pulisic delivered in a corner kick that Weston McKennie would venture off the article, falling straight into Gio Reyna for the equalizer. The groups could go back and forth with Mexico looking as the other hand, and only a second after Gerard Martino introduced Diego Lainez, the winger scored off a great move in the box to move up 2-1.

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