Gio Reyna’s start helps USMNT maintain unbeaten record in CONCACAF Nations League with crushing 7-1 victory over Grenada.

The United States Men’s National Team dominates CONCACAF minnows Grenada with an outstanding 7-1 win in St. George’s. It was an exciting moment as Gio Reyna started his first match with the U.S. after his parents’ criticism of former coach Gregg Berhalter. Berhalter’s lack of playing time for the 20-year-old during the World Cup, coupled with allegations of a domestic violence incident, led to his departure. Nevertheless, the USMNT showed that they are always on top of their game, finishing one tally shy of their team record for most goals in a game. Christian Pulisic had a goal and two assists while Brenden Aaronson and Alejandro Zendejas also scored for the United States, which remained unbeaten in the CONCACAF Nations League. They can win Group D and advance to the semifinals if they win or tie against El Salvador.

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