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Starting XI for pivotal Copa America match: USA soccer vs. Uruguay

Critical Lineup Changes for USMNT in Copa America Match Against Uruguay

USMNT faces critical match against Uruguay in Copa America

After a disappointing 2-1 loss to Panama that saw Tim Weah pick up a suspension, United States head coach Gregg Berhalter has been forced to make a change to his starting XI for the upcoming crucial match against Uruguay in the Copa America.

With Yunus Musah coming into the lineup, the USMNT will be looking to bounce back and secure a much-needed win to keep their hopes alive of advancing to the quarterfinals. The pressure is on for Berhalter as a loss could mean an early exit from the tournament and questions about his future as the team’s coach.

The United States will be facing a tough challenge against Uruguay, who have put out a full-strength lineup led by Darwin Nunez. The USMNT will need to be at their best to combat Uruguay’s press and secure a victory.

Berhalter has made some key changes to the lineup, including moving Gio Reyna back into a wing position and bringing Musah into the midfield. The team will be looking to rely on their passing game and ball control to break down Uruguay’s defense.

The match is set to take place on Monday, July 1 at 9 p.m. ET at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. The odds are stacked against the United States, with Uruguay being the favorites to win. However, in soccer, anything can happen, and the USMNT will be looking to defy the odds and come out on top.

It’s a do-or-die situation for the United States, and all eyes will be on them as they fight for their tournament lives. The stakes are high, and the pressure is on, but the USMNT will be ready to give it their all and leave everything on the field to secure a much-needed victory.

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