United States coast to third straight big win at Concacaf U-20 Championship

Another night, another blowout victory for the United States Under-20 men’s national team.

On Monday night, the Americans rolled to a 6-1 win over Trinidad & Tobago in their third match of the 2018 Concacaf U-20 Championship.

The FC Dallas contingent of Brandon Servania and Paxton Pomykal led the way, each scoring goals as the US now sit three points clear at the top of Group A heading into Wednesday’s game against Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, which is followed by Friday’s group-play finale vs. Suriname.

Pomykal also added an assist while Servania was named the USsoccer.com Man of the Match.

The U.S. — who can cinch a spot in the classification stage with a win over Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, combined with a draw between Trinidad & Tobago and Suriname — previously cruised to a 7-1 win over Puerto Rico and annihilated the US Virgin Islands, 13-0, with a record-setting performance.


4-3-3 GK: Brady Scott; Julian Araujo, Mark McKenzie, Matt Real (C), Chris Gloster; Paxton Pomykal, Brandon Servania, Alex Mendez; Ayo Akinola (Frankie Amaya, 82') Justin Rennicks (Griffin Dorsey, 70) Ulysses Llanez (Juan Pablo Torres, 63)


  • 6' - USA 6' - Brandon Servania
  • 8' - USA - Justin Homer (OG)
  • 45' - USA - Paxton Pomykal
  • 52' - USA - Alex Mendez
  • 54' - TRI - Isaiah Lee
  • 56' - USA - Ulysses Llanez
  • 90'+3' - USA - Juan Pablo Torres