The United States Men’s National Team won’t wait long to face off against its biggest rival. U.S. Soccer announced today that the USMNT will face Mexico in a friendly September 6th at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
— U.S. Soccer MNT (@USMNT) July 15, 2019
On September 6th, the region's biggest rivals will clash! Join us in The Big Apple for vs. , presented by @ATT!
⏰ Sept. 6, 8:30pm ET
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The two teams just faced each other in the Gold Cup final on July 7th in Chicago, Mexico winning that match, and the Gold Cup, 1-0. Before that, it was a Tyler Adams strike that was the difference in a 1-0 victory for the USMNT last September 11th in Nashville.
Mexico holds a 35-19-15 advantage over the USMNT all time, however it was in the 2000s where the USMNT dominated Mexico, going 10-4-2 during that decade. During this decade, it has been dead even: 4-4-4. This match will determine who will have the best record over the other for the 2010s in just the latest chapter in this rivalry.
Hit the comments to let us know what you think of USA vs. Mexico having another match so soon after meeting in the Gold Cup.