Keys to USMNT's friendly victory over Morocco: Fast start & proactive play | Futbol Americas

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez join Futbol Americas to discuss their biggest takeaways from the U.S. men’s national team’s 3-0 victory over Morocco in a friendly on Wednesday.

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  1. We weren't good until the 2nd half. Out defense if John isn't on the roster, I believe John told GGG he's not a good manager. John was right. The dual nationals are our starting defense.

  2. It wasn't a dominant performance. Each team had his moments. It's just that usmnt were clinical in front of goal. Playing Taarabt in the middle was a poor decision from Vahid.

  3. Don’t be too happy with what you did today guys. I’m not a bad looser but anyone like me who traveled from Morocco to US would know that the first three days you can’t sleep because of the jet lag which influences hugely both the brain and the body in a negative way and such a physically demanding game at such level would be a nightmare at the first week ! You could see the player not able to win duels and defenders making beginners faults in positioning due to lack of concentration. The one who planned such a game is the real one to blame for us and to thank for you ….or maybe not

  4. To have this many young guys just step in and have a solid level of cohesion and flow from the start of the match is a testament to the coach, whether people want to admit that or not. I'm interested to see what this squad does on Sunday against Uruguay. That will be a much tougher, more telling, test even if its Uruguay's second team mostly. Always good for the US to face South American opponents

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