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Road to World Cup rough for US after thrashing from Costa Rica

The United States’ miserable start to the decisive phase of World Cup qualifying took another crushing turn on Tuesday night, as it suffered a humiliating 4-0 defeat to Costa Rica.


While the Americans have never fared well here, and now carry a 0-9-1 all-time record in the Costa Rican capital, this was arguably the lowest point of coach Jurgen Klinsmann’s time in charge.


A header from Johan Venegas after 43 minutes gave the hosts a deserved lead, and the U.S. never looked likely to turn the tide. A spectacular second-half burst put an exclamation point on Costa Rica’s victory, as Cristian Bolanos headed home the second on 68 minutes, before speedy substitute Joel Campbell added two more thanks to breakaways.


By then the U.S. was a shadow of its usual self as the reality of losing back-to-back qualifiers to begin the Hexagonal final round in the CONCACAF region for the first time sunk in.


If some positives could be taken from last Friday’s home defeat to Mexico, there was little of solace that could be salvaged here. Back in June, Klinsmann possibly saved his job with a 4-0 victory over Costa Rica in the team’s second game of the Copa America. An identical scoreline, in reverse, could have put him back on the hotseat here, despite U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati’s recent assertion that the coach would likely remain in charge until the World Cup, whatever happened.


While zero points from two games makes for dismal reading, there is still ample time for the team to recover. CONCACAF sends its top three teams from its six-team, double round robin format to the World Cup, and even fourth place gets a back-door shot via a playoff.


However, Klinsmann clearly has much to work on. His defense was never able to cope with the adventurous Costa Rican creative players and could not withstand the pressure for long enough to make the game competitive.


The opening goal came due to a mix-up between Jermaine Jones and John Brooks that allowed the home side to break, before Venegas, who plays club soccer for the Montreal Impact in Major League Soccer, got his head to a perfect cross from the left.


The second came thanks largely to a pinpoint ball from the opposite side by Costa Rica’s talisman and best player, providing a cross that Bolanos merely had to guide into the net.


Brooks and Omar Gonzalez were unable to withstand the onslaught of pace of late replacement Campbell, who twice exposed the USA's defensive problems against genuine speed before slotting the ball by goalkeeper Brad Guzan.


Frustrations unsurprisingly boiled over, with Jozy Altidore getting involved in a tetchy exchange late on to become one of a string of Americans to be yellow carded on the night.


There are four months to pass until the next pair of qualifiers, and much to consider before then.


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