Tag: Salvador Reyes
COUNTDOWN to MEXICO (31): Home-cooking tastes the same as road grub for the USA during qualifying for the 1958 World Cup
Aug 11, 2018 | CONCACAF, Men's National Team, Men's World Cup, Mexico Men's National Team, U.S.
The first 10 times the United States met Mexico in international soccer, it was mostly on Mexican soil, the lone exception being in Rome as an 11th-hour qualifier for the 1934 World Cup.Read More
COUNTDOWN TO MEXICO (29): Finally, the USA earns a point vs. El Tri (1960)
May 12, 2017 | CONCACAF, International, Mexico Men's National Team, U.S.
Ironically, it took playing in a baseball stadium for the United States to finally earn a point against rival Mexico in World Cup qualifying.Read More
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