USMNT Weekend Wrap-Up: Stars and Stripes Shine On World’s Biggest Stages

American soccer players are coming into vogue in Europe’s toughest soccer leagues as the World Cup draws closer.

With so much USMNT talent for fans to watch out for, let’s take a quick look at some of the best USMNT moments from this past weekend.

Antonee ‘Jedi’ Robinson is cementing himself as a Premier League defender.

USMNT left-back Jedi Robinson is holding it down for Fulham in the Premier League. Robinson played the full 90, which ended in a 1-1 draw.

Pulisic might need to find a new club before November.

It’s biased, but it’s true. Though Chelsea should have arguably won against Tottenham in Sunday’s epic Battle for the Bridge, USMNT fans could argue that adding Captain American earlier could have saved the Blues from the blues. If Pulisic wants meaningful playing time, he may need to look for a transfer. Maybe Leeds is looking for someone…

Konrad leaves Marseilles for Olympiacos.

The Marseille winger and former Barca man will be leaving a French Champions League side for Greek Champions League side Olympiacos. Konrad has been highly-sought after during the transfer window, and many thought he would join Burnley last week.

Malik Tillman is loving life in Scotland.

Malik ‘Air’ Tillman has two high-flying headers in two games for the Scottish Premiership’s Rangers F.C. Tillman is straight up balling out for his new club, just in time for Qatar.

Yunus Musah is becoming indispensable for Valencia.

His new sneaker deal aside, Musah played excellent in Valencia’s LaLiga opener against Girona, a 1-0 Valencia win.

USMNT World Cup 2022 documentary is in the works.

Deadline reports there will be a documentary crew following the USMNT to Qatar. Hopefully, they stay for the whole month.

Weston McKennie is, apparently, invincible.

USMNT midfield star Weston McKennie started in Juventus’ home opener against Sassuolo on Monday, despite multiple reports that he would be out till September with a shoulder injury. 

You just can’t keep the Americans down.

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