Sometimes you gotta go with what you got and hope for the best.That’s what this team lacks. If they found a consistent 9 they would be top tier.
It’s frustrating to see them push guys like Josh Sargent, Haji Wright, Jordan Morris down our throats and expect them to just magically become great at this level
I thought Sargent played well todaySometimes you gotta go with what you got and hope for the best.
Sargent and Wright at least press and move.
They just don't actually score lol.
But many of the prior 9s the past 2-3 years have failed to even do those things.
Sargent is a worker. Loved his effort but he never really presented a target either.I thought Sargent played well today
Wright on the other hand does not need to see the field again. He was terrible when he got in.
Agreed...Moore looked like he didn't belongSargent is a worker. Loved his effort but he never really presented a target either.
Wright is a bigger guy which I liked up top (tactically at the time of the swap) to help deal with crosses and providing limited hold up play but he didn't come close to matching Sargent's energy and has zero chance to start again this tourney IMO.
Shaq Moore was the guy who was just lost in the sauce.
Game was too big for him.
I'd have liked to see Reyna in at the end.
Yes, the last one before "lottery".I read earlier that until the Saudi Arabia team scored their goal against Mexico the tiebreaker for advancing would have been who had the fewest yellow cards. Is that really a tiebreaker?
Feel for them as they have run out their golden generation and may be down for a while now.Belgium are the biggest flops of the tournament, so far. I don't think anyone truly picked them to win it all, but them not even getting out of the group stage is an utter disappointment. That golden generation is older, but still should have done better. They will hang their heads low.