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The United States men’s national team will play its second friendly of the month when the red, white and blue face Panama Monday in Austria. The Americans are coming off a scoreless draw against Wales where they showed little in attack, but part of the issue there was playing without a striker and having a bunch of players who hadn’t played together much in the past. Now they go up against a 2018 World Cup participant who they will battle over the next couple years to qualify for the next edition of the competition in 2022.
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USMNT: After a pretty uneventful 0-0 draw against Wales in which Gregg Berhalter didn’t use a striker for over an hour, here’s hoping we see a striker start in this one. Eyes will also be on the new guys like Gio Reyna and Yunus Musah after promising debuts, but we can probably expect a good amount of rotation with some others players needing minutes. Against a team with more pace like Panama, the U.S. will need to try to limit some of the midfield turnovers that occurred against Wales, and be sharper in the final third, to generate more shots from their possessoin after having just one shot on target last time out.