Compiled by U.S. Soccer

The USMNT Starting XI had an average age of 25 years, 306 days and averaged 19 caps overall for Saturday night’s 0-0 draw with Colombia in Carson, Calif.

The previous high mark for debuts during USMNT matches prior to the start of the MLS season is eight, earned over the course of three matches in 2006.

With Paxten Aaronson getting the start, he and Brenden Aaronson became the eighth set of brothers to appear for the USMNT. They follow John and Pedro DeBrito, Otto and Rolf Decker, Angelo and Paul DiBernardo, Charlie and Henry McCully, George and Louie Nanchoff, Steve and Ken Snow and Archie and Tom Stark.

Coincidentally, both Aaronson brothers made their senior debuts at Dignity Health Sports Park. Brenden Aaronson earned his first USMNT cap in the 1-0 win against Costa Rica on Feb. 1, 2020.

The most experienced international player on the roster, midfielder Kellyn Acosta, captained the USMNT for the first time tonight.
Veteran forward Paul Arriola earned his 50th cap, becoming the 60th player to hit the half century mark for the USMNT.
All five rostered players from the 2022 FIFA World Cup squad started tonight: goalkeeper Sean Johnson, defenders Aaron Long and
Walker Zimmerman, midfielder Kellyn Acosta and forward Jesús Ferreira.

Born in Santa Marta, Colombia, Jesús Ferreira became the 35th different player to play for the USMNT against the country of their birth. He is the third Colombian-American to face Los Cafeteros, following Jorge Acosta (July 31, 1992) and Carlos Llamosa (February 3, 2001).

Goalkeeper Sean Johnson made one save to earn his sixth career clean sheet and extended his current shutout minutes streak to 759 minutes. The veteran goalkeeper has conceded just one goal in his 11 international appearances, coming eight minutes into his debut on Jan. 22, 2011, vs. Chile.

After making his debut on Wednesday against Serbia, defender DeJuan Jones earned his first start for the USMNT.
Forward Matthew Hoppe and midfielder Eryk Williamson each made their first starts since the Concacaf Gold Cup Final vs. Mexico on Aug. 1, 2021, in Las Vegas.

The USMNT is 3-13-5 in 20 all-time meetings with Colombia. In the last meeting, Los Cafeteros earned a 4-2 win against the USMNT on Oct. 11, 2018, in Tampa, Fla. The USMNT last defeated Colombia in a 3-0 win on March 9, 2005, in Fullerton, Calif.