United States 2-0 Panama: As it Happened
USMNT v. Panama - CenturyLink Field, Seattle, Washington
USA 2-0 Panama (Final)
Goals: Altidore 36' (USA), E. Johnson 53' (USA)
USA - Howard, Evans, Gonzalez, Besler, Beasley, Bradley, Cameron, E. Johnson (Corona), Dempsey, F. Johnson (Davis), Altidore (Holden).
Panama - Penedo, Parris, Baloy, Torres, Rodriguez, Cooper (Barahona), Godoy (Blackburn), Quintero, Sanchez, Tejada, Henriquez (Torres).
And that's a final.
USA 2-0 Panama.
U.S. is top of the group and well on their way to Brazil.
90+3' - Beasley is cautioned and will miss the game against Honduras.
90+2' - Gonzalez caught ball watching and Panama goes in on the breakaway. Howard has to be quick off his line to make the play.
90+1' Holden on for Altidore.
90' - nice slide by Evans to poke away a late chance by Panama.
88' - Good grab by Howard.
86' - Corona on for Eddie Johnson.
86' - Brad Davis on for Fabian Johnson.
'86 - Beasley beaten on the back post in the air, but the chance goes wide.
85' - U.S. looks well on its way to another three-point effort.
81' - Dempsey puts Altidore in, but a last ditch tackle stops the chance.
'80 - Beasley with a sizzling run in behind the Panama defense put in behind by Altidore. Beasley puts his shot off the post.
79' - Torres for Henriquez for Panama.
'78 - Altidore puts Dempsey in, but Dempsey hits an uncharacteristically weak shot.
'77 - U.S. players working so hard off the ball. Altidore, Bradley and E. Johnson with some great defensive pressure to force Panama to give up possession.
That being said, Klinsmann might want to get his players in danger of yellow-card suspension off the field, so he has them for Honduras game.
'74 - U.S. still moving the ball around very well. Klinsmann might not want to use a sub at this point. It could disrupt their rhythm.
73' - Altidore with a great service, but Panama clears.
American Outlaws creating an unbelievable environment for the U.S. players.
Great progress for the game in the United States.
'71 - Cameron booked
U.S. with 20 minutes to earn another big three points.
No subs yet for the U.S.
'70 - Sanchez booked for diving.
'66 - Cameron, Altidore and Dempsey combine for a fantastic play. Atlidore's shot is pushed back out front and Dempsey puts the rebound off the crossbar.
'65 - Right up the middle for the U.S., Besler, Gonzalez, Cameron, Bradley, Dempsey and Altidore all having strong games.
'63 - Game slowing down now. U.S. doing well to stay composed in the back and in possession.
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