The US national team is on the cusp of history.
By keeping its winning streak alive in Bosnia-Herzegovina on Wednesday night, Jurgen Klinsmann's squad still has a chance at the all-time record for consecutive wins by a national team. Ever.
Spain hold the mark at 15 and it was the USMNT that ended that historic run by downing Spain 2-0 in the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup semifinals.
Widely considered one of the best teams that has ever played, Spain kicked off that streak at Euro 2008 with a 3-0 semifinal win over Russia before consecutively defeating 14 other opponents: Germany, Denmark, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Armenia, Estonia, Belgium, Chile, England, Turkey (twice), Azerbaijan, New Zealand, Iraq and South Africa.
The US streak is contained to 2013, specifically dating back to June 2 and the 4-3 win against Germany. In just over two months, the Americans have since knocked off: Jamaica, Panama, Honduras, Guatemala, Belize, Cuba, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Panama and Bosnia-Herzegovina on Wednesday in Sarajevo.
The USMNT can set the new world record by making a clean sweep of the four remaining CONCACAF World Cup qualifiers on the schedule for this year: at Costa Rica (Sept. 6), vs. Mexico (Sept. 10), vs. Jamaica (Oct. 11) and at Panama (Oct. 15).
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ALL-TIME LONGEST WIN STREAKS BY NATIONAL TEAMS (Courtesy: Soccer America)
15: Spain (2008-2009)
14: Australia (1996-1997)
14: Brazil (1997)
14: France (2003-2004)
13: Scotland (1879-1885)
13: Brazil (1960-1962)
12: USA (2013-current)
12: East Germany (1973-1974)
12: West Germany (1979-1980)
12: France (1984-1985)
12: Mexico (1987-1990)