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Al Khor, Qatar — America captain Tyler Adams He enthusiastically encouraged his players to demonstrate the mental toughness needed to achieve historic victory in an all-or-nothing showdown. Iran Match to decide team on Tuesday World Cup Fate.
After an impressive 0-0 draw on Friday EnglandAdams and his colleagues know that Iran must be defeated (Tuesday, 2:00 PM ET (FOX and FOX Sports App)) must qualify for the Knockout Stage or be eliminated.
He argued that a firm mindset was the key to getting out of Group B. This would be an important achievement for Greg He Burhalter’s young team.
“I know what I have to do in the last game and I think it’s important to have that mentality,” Adams said. “You can never go ahead and dig a hole. You can’t win easily. You have to compete.
“We feel good after coming here and testing ourselves against quality opponents, but we can’t be too happy with ourselves. We have to work out the downsides before the final game. it won’t.”
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The Americans drew both their first two matches, so it’s no surprise that comparisons were made to the 2010 campaign in South Africa. At the time, Landon Donovan scored one of the most famous goals in American football history after his two draws in a late win against Algeria.
“Exciting, but hopefully not too dramatic [Donovan’s] Adams said of Tuesday’s game, “I don’t want to leave it to the end.
The magic of the World Cup is creating big moments. And, of course, the biggest moments are those that stick in your mind, engage fans, and create memories.
It’s an opportunity on the horizon for a team fully aware of the national support that’s starting to grow behind them.
“Today the whole world thinks America can do great things, but when the time comes, we’ll see, and we can’t do it in one game. We have to do it consistently. Yunus Musa Said.
“I know the crowd in our home country has supported us a lot.It is great to inspire future generations.This World Cup will be there forever and future generations will be able Look, you’ll want to be like us and I’m so grateful…that’s where I am now to do that.”
And it all boils down to this. Having entered the second round of the match with almost infinite permutations, there is clarity, simplicity and no worries about goal differentials or countbacks or any other outcome.
“We are far from where we want to be and we still have a lot of work to do in this tournament,” said the forward. Christian Pulisicwas named best player against England.
Just win, baby. Just a win—but not an easy task for an Iranian side motivated and energized by his 2-0 win over Wales earlier in the day.
“We will set up the first knockout game of the World Cup,” said Verhalter. , we must prepare for it.”
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The World Cup is all about pride and passion. Over the years, teams with a special spirit and drive have beaten the odds. Is this American side one of them? You’ll know right away.
Regardless, they have already earned the respect of one of the preeminent nations of world football. England ranks her fifth, but has long been outmatched by Berhalter’s men.
England midfielder Jordan Henderson Gareth Southgate’s group talked about the effort they put into preparing for the match.
“We certainly approached the game as if they were the top team,” Henderson said. [they aren’t], but they had some really good players and they were organized. I knew it would be difficult, but it certainly happened.”
Game 3 awaits. History is there to take.
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