Anibal Godoy scored in the 54th moment and Panama overturned the United States 1-0 in a World Cup qualifier on Sunday night when American mentor Gregg Berhalter began a to a great extent second-string arrangement in one more feverish stretch of three matches in seven days.
Christian Pulisic, Gio Reyna and Weston McKennie were out with wounds, Tyler Adams and Brenden Aaronson were on the seat, and Antonee Robinson didn’t travel in view of British Covid-19 limitations that would have required a quarantine on his re-visitation of England.
With the US arrangement a long way from its best, the Americans looked both apprehensive and overamped for stretches of the principal half. Adams entered toward the beginning of the subsequent half and parted with a corner that prompted the objective on a ball he might have had the option to clear. Eric Davis’ corner was going by Godoy past goalkeeper Matt Turner and inside the far post, causing a group around 3/4 full to shake Estadio Rommel Fernandez.
Aaronson gave the US more energy and speed, and Ricardo Pepi, DeAndre Yedlin and Christian Roldan entered in the 67th. During the last rushed minutes, the game was intruded on twice when fans ran onto the field, and a ball was tossed from the stands.
Sunday’s misfortune implies the US have eight focuses after five of 14 games. They are in runner up in the passing table in front of Panama on objective contrast, heading into Wednesday night’s match against Costa Rica in Columbus, Ohio. Canada are in fourth spot after they drew 0-0 with Jamaica. The main three countries qualify, and the No 4 group advances to a season finisher.
The loss finished a 13-game unbeaten streak for the Americans that included 11 successes. The match was played on the fourth commemoration of the 2-1 misfortune at Trinidad that finished a dash of seven World Cup appearances for the US, a loss that empowered Panama to arrive at the World Cup interestingly.
Berhalter changed seven starters from Thursday’s 2-0 home success over Jamaica, embedding Gyasi Zardes, Kellyn Acosta, Sebastian Lletget, Tim Weah, Shaq Moore, Mark McKenzie and George Bello. They joined Turner and three different extras: Walker Zimmerman, Yunus Musah and Paul Arriola. Panama utilized similar beginning arrangement in their initial three qualifiers and nine of the 11 who started Thursday’s 1-0 misfortune at El Salvador.
Acosta more than once overhit corner kicks and free kicks in the early minutes.
Panama almost went on in the fourteenth moment when Freddy Gondola crossed to an open Rolando Blackburn, who couldn’t get his foot ready before the net.
Davis’ corner kick was avoided past the far post in the 27th moment. Turner palmed a get over the crossbar in the 28th, and in the 34th he stuck out his right arm to divert Gondola’s point-clear shot after Acosta’s giveaway, just for Panama to be whistled for offside. Turner tipped Edgar Barcenas’ shot over the bar in the 45th.