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American football selects the city of Orlando to host USA-Panama presented by Volkswagen, March 27

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The site of the USA-Panama Home World Cup Qualifiers will look familiar to USMNT fans, as the site hosted this game four years ago. On October 6, 2017, two first-half goals from Jozy Altidore along with well-conceived strikes from Christian Pulisic and Bobby Wood took the United States to a 4-0 shutout in front of a sold-out crowd of 25,303 fans.

In 2019, USMNT got rid of Canada in a 4-1 victory in the Concacaf Nations League A game. Gyasi Zardes netted a brace, Jordan Morris scored a goal and an assist while Aaron Long also scored in the victory which made Berhalter the second fastest manager in team history to reach 10 wins.

The winning ways continued in 2021 when USMNT kicked off the year with a dominating 7-0 win over Trinidad and Tobago as four players scored and five added assists. Jesús Ferreira, Paul Arriola and Jonathan Lewis all scored twice, marking the first time since 1993 that three USMNT players scored multiple goals in a single game.

Overall, the United States holds a perfect 4-0-0 record at Exploria Stadium and a 5-2-0 record in Orlando.

The game against Panama is part of the “triple date” World Cup qualifiers in which the United States will play three games in seven days

Prior to the game in Orlando, the USMNT will play Mexico on March 24 in Mexico City. The USA will conclude the octagonal final round on March 30 in Costa Rica. Under the new qualifying format, a total of eight teams – up from six in previous rounds – will take part in the final round, with the top three teams qualifying for Qatar ’22. The fourth-place team will compete in an intercontinental playoff for last place. The 10 final round matches had usually been played over the course of 18 months. Due to schedule changes related to the global pandemic and the new format, each team will play 14 games over a seven-month period.