For the first time in World Cup history three CONCACAF teams advanced to the knockout stage. The performance of some players throughout the tournament surprised many.
After a shaky qualification process, Miguel Herrera managed to put together a dynamic and vertical Mexico team.
Jurgen Klinsmann made some bold picks for his U.S. World Cup side, but in the end they worked.
In the meantime, Jorge Luis Pinto stretched Costa Rica's momentum and made history.
Honduras was the only CONCACAF squad that didn't shine, despite having powerful players such as Wilson Palacios and Carlo Costly.
Let's take a look at the best 2014 World Cup XI from this confederation.