United States men’s World Cup qualification the stats that defined their road to Qatar

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Sure, it happened in just about the most uninspiring way imaginable: a 2-0 loss at Costa Rica that saw Los Ticos chanting fans”Hello!” as their defenders passed the ball to each other. But the United States men’s national team did the thing that they hadn’t been able to do in eight years and the thing that they might not really ever need to worry about doing again: They qualified for the World Cup!

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With the USMNT automatically qualifying the joint hosts alongside Canada and Mexico for the 2026 World Cup and the tournament expanding to 48 teams next time around, this was the last truly grueling, geometrically organized qualifying campaign for the Americans. So, let’s take a look at eight key numbers from the first and only Octagonal. Here’s how the USMNT made it back to soccer’s biggest stage:


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