On 8/14/13, the U.S. Men’s National Team came back from trailing 2-0 vs. Bosnia-Herzegovina to a 4-3 win in Sarajevo. After a sloppy first half, U.S. boss Jurgen Klinsmann made some subs and switched to a 4-4-2 formation, sparking the U.S. comeback.
U.S. striker Eddie Johnson tapped in a simple first U.S. goal, thanks to the assist of Jozy Altidore and Michael Bradley. Jozy Altidore made a statement for himself by scoring 3 powerful goals, one being off a freekick.
The U.S. extended their winning streak to 12 games, the longest current running streak in the world!
The USMNT have had the most perfect summer, starting with the thrilling 4-3 win against Germany on June 2nd, cruising through two of their World Cup qualifiers, dominating the Gold Cup, and finally ending with a win in Sarajevo. Hopefully, those games will give them confidence to beat Costa Rica and Mexico, two crucial, upcoming qualifiers.