Two days after a draw with Guatemala, the U.S. found themselves on the wrong end of a 1-0 loss to Panama. The U.S. now finds themselves in 5th place out of the 6-team Group A and in serious jeopardy of missing a trip to the U-20 World Cup. If they have any hope of advancing, they're going to have to figure out a way to score some goals. With just one goal in two matches, the U.S. offense is tied for the worst in the tournament. The U.S. plays Aruba on Wednesday in what has become a must-win match.
In other tournament news Orlando City's Bryan Róchez (Honduras) scored against El Salvador on Saturday while Toronto FC's Jordan Hamilton scored twice against Haiti.