“They’re probably one of the favorites to win the World Cup,” U.S. captain Tyler Adams told FOX Sports of the Three Lions. “We know we’re probably underdogs.”
There’s no probably about it. The Americans are a long shot to beat Jude Bellingham, Harry Kane & Co. It’s no secret. It could even be a good thing. After all, it’s long been the role the USMNT has felt more comfortable in.
“I think we’ve always been the underdog in the eyes of America,” said forward Tim Weah, scorer of the U.S. goal in Monday’s deflating 1-1 tie with the Welsh. “They kind of wonder if we know how to play football. And I think it’s our time to show the world we’re capable of playing with the best and beating the best.”
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