Is U.S. Men's National Team soccer going to qualify for the World Cup? | The Tylt
Is U.S. Men's National Team soccer going to qualify for the World Cup?
After losing a key game to Costa Rica and tying Honduras, the U.S. Men's National Team needs to win the last two games of the qualifying season if they want to guarantee a spot in the 2018 World Cup. Will they make the cut?
According to ESPN, the United States Men's National Team has a 69 percent chance of qualifying for the World Cup. Many fans wish it was closer to 100 percent, but they should not be worried. This team has enough talent and grit to make it to their eighth straight World Cup. With players like Christian Pulisic, Michael Bradley, and Bobby Wood, the team should have no trouble beating Panama and Trinidad and Tobego, teams the U.S. have beaten regularly. Buy your tickets to Russia. The United States is going to the World Cup.
The U.S. Men's National Team has not gotten the results they wanted, and it is wearing on them. Even with all that talent, there's just something missing from this team that doesn't give fans confidence they will get it together. They have done the bare minimum to qualify for so long, and it's only a matter of time before it comes back to haunt them. This will be the year. There is no magic when it comes to this team. Fans won't be seeing the red, white and blue of the United States in Russia for the World Cup.