United States vs. Jamaica: 6 Things We Learned from World Cup Qualifer

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United States vs. Jamaica: 6 Things We Learned from World Cup Qualifer
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Stop worrying. The United States men's national team is back on track.

The U.S. defeated Jamaica 1-0 on Tuesday in a CONCACAF semifinal round qualifying match in Columbus, Ohio. With the victory, the Americans redeemed themselves for a loss to Jamaica last Friday and returned to the top of the Group A standings.

Herculez Gomez scored the lone goal, a 55th-minute free kick that should only enhance his growing stature under U.S. manager Jurgen Klinsmann. Around the pitch, several American players distinguished themselves after the disappointment in Kingston.

Here are six things we learned from the match.

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