On to Netherlands
The USMNT has done very well in their first two games, but in a win or go home match they need to finally show urgency on offense.
Who will the United States start in their Group B finale against Iran?
Brazil is officially in the knockout stage.
CONCACAF claimed their first win of the tournament in surprising fashion with Costa Rica’s shutout over Japan.
The former Revs winger helped make history against Croatia but Morocco’s upset win over Belgium won the day.
The 2018 champs did their job
This was perhaps not a famous battle between these two sides, but another solid performance for the USMNT at the World Cup.
Former Revolution keeper Matt Turner kept a shutout and the USMNT have a win or go home game in the group finale.
Maybe Serbia should have brought Djordje Petrovic
It could be the last call on the biggest international stage for several superstars, but can Ronaldao, Suarez, and Cavani lead their teams back to the knockouts?
Three of these teams were in the same group in 2018 with Brazil still the heavy favorite to top the group as Serbia looks to get past Switzerland for a knockout spot.
Japan overcame conceding a first half penalty in their win and sit atop the group with Spain after their overpowering display.
Canada nearly secured three points
Two European giants will have to navigate each other and two underdog teams with knockout potential.
You can keep De Bruyne and Modric, we stan Tajon Buchanan and Canada here.
The 30-year-old forward joins New England after two seasons with Real Salt Lake.
I was told Messi was the GOAT?
If you beat the defending world champions twice in a year, you should be favored to do it a third time right?
Argentina are one of the favorites to go all the way as Poland and Saudi Arabia look to end Mexico’s knockout appearance streak on the world stage.
Ecuador and The Netherlands shine bright while Senegal and Qatar look to bounce back.
The United States returns to the World Cup after missing out in 2018, with an oddly favorable and unfavorable draw with old foes England and upstarts Wales and Iran.
The 2022 World Cup begins after a long and controversy filled wait. Are the Netherlands primed for a deep run out of Group A?
Besides win games
The USMNT have the youngest team in Qatar, and while the future looks bright, their head coach might only have three games to prove he should stick around until 2026.
Who will the staff of The Bent Musket be watching?
The staff of The Bent Musket lets you know who they think will win the tournament.
Jon Bell: "I’m definitely going to miss the fans. They always showed a lot of support, especially this season when it was really just a rollercoaster."