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Here are the top plays!
10′: What could have been
17′: USA is knocking
Haji Wright nearly put the U.S. in the lead with this header, but his attempt came up short and things remained scoreless early in the first half.
26′: Heating up
Shortly after, Weston McKennie missed another chance for the U.S. as the first half continued.
USA’s Weston McKennie fires off a shot that just misses vs. England
Weston McKennie’s shot in the 26th minute vs. England comes out too high.
27′: No call
As the competition continued to heat up on the field, the sports world took notice of the lack of yellow cards shown through the half-hour mark, specifically when no card was given for this challenge on USMNT defender Antonee Robinson.
It’s worth noting that no England players received a yellow card in its opening match against Iran.
33′: Off the bar!
Christian Pulisic hit the crossbar with a left-footed shot that was inches away from putting the U.S. on top.
USA’s Christian Pulisic shot from the box hits crossbar vs. England
USMNT’s Christian Pulisic shoots from the left side of the box, but hits the crossbar and narrowly misses against England.
43′: Chances keep coming
Once again, Pulisic was able to take a shot from the box, but this time he missed just to the left.
45′ + 1′: Denied!
Just like that, things ended at a stalemate headed into the break.
USA’a Matt Turner makes a RIDICULOUS save vs. England
Matt Turner saves a wicked shot off England’s Mason Mount in stoppage time to hold a 0-0 tie at halftime for the United States.
51′: Taking one for the team
Both teams came out strong in the second half. Tyler Adams set the tone for the U.S. with this big-time tackle right out of the gate.
53′: No yellow
Once again, England went unpenalized after this run-in with USMNT’s Tim Weah.
62′: Adams in action
USMNT captain Adams won a free kick for the U.S. after this shove by Mount as the second half winded down.
83′: A family affair
Giovanni Reyna replaced Weah late in the second half. His participation in Friday’s match marked a milestone within his family, taking the field 16 years after his father, Claudio Reyna, played in his last FIFA World Cup.
90′ + 3′: For good measure
Kane made one last attempt for England with a header in the final moments of Friday’s match, but he wasn’t able to connect. With that, things ended scoreless.
Friday’s match against England was the USMNT’s second in the group stage after a 1-1 draw against Wales earlier this week. On the other side, England — a favorite to win it all — picked up a draw against the U.S. after opening the tournament with a dominant 6-2 victory over Iran on Monday.
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