United States soccer falls to low point, will miss 2018 World Cup

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United States soccer falls to low point, will miss 2018 World Cup
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Prior to the match, Grant Wahl had noted that the United States had a 83% chance of advancing to Russia, or, roughly the same percentage, the New York Times gave Hillary Clinton's chances of winning the 2016 presidential election. All they needed to do was draw Trinidad & Tobago and goal differential would have likely carried them through to Russia. However, the crippling defeat, combined with Panama and Honduran victories over Costa Rico and Mexico, saw the US drop to fifth in CONCACAF qualifying; one spot from an international playoff against lowly Australia.

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