Weston McKennie was outstanding for club and country in 2021. (USA TODAY Photo)

U.S. men’s national team midfielder Weston McKennie and forward Christian Pulisic were among six players who were named Concacaf men’s player of the year finalists by the confederation on Friday.

McKennie, who performs for Juventus (Italy), and Pulisic for Chelsea (England), scored for the USA in its 3-0 World Cup win over Honduras on Wednesday night.

Other players in the running are Canada’s Jonathan David (Lille, France) and Alphonso Davies (Bayern Munich, Germany), Jamaica’s Michail Antonio and Mexico’s Hiriving Lozano (Napoli, Italy).

The voting process for the award will work as follows:

* 41 votes: one vote for each Concacaf association’s men’s national team head coach

* 41 votes: one vote for each Concacaf association’s men’s national team captain

* 9 votes: one vote each for nine representative members of the media from the Concacaf region

* 9 votes: fan voting through www.concacaf.com. The player with the most fan votes will receive four votes in the overall voting process; second place, three votes; third place, two votes (regardless of how many people vote online).