Domestic-based United States, Mexico sides battle to draw

Jesus Ferreira ‘s goal in the 81st minute led the United States to a come-from-behind 1-1 tie against Mexico in Glendale, Arizona, on Wednesday.

The match was a “friendly.”, but pride was at stake as always is the case when the CONCACAF rivals play. The United States extended its unbeaten streak to five (3-0-2) vs. Mexico since El Tri’s last victory in the series in September of 2019.

FC Dallas striker Ferreira scored on a breakout after a pass to the middle of the box by Jordan Morris . The sequence began with Mexico’s Carlos Rodriguez nearly making it 2-0, […]

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