Oscar Tabarez has named his squad for upcoming friendlies against Costa Rica and the United States, and the squad includes an MLS player who will be a debutant for his country.
🇺🇾 Oscar Tabárez confirmó la lista de 22 futbolistas convocados de @Uruguay para enfrentar a Costa Rica 🇨🇷 (6/9) y Estados Unidos 🇺🇸 (10/9) por #FechaFIFA.#ElEquipoQueNosUnehttps://t.co/tpVh0hOPJC pic.twitter.com/w977EhXLww— Selección Uruguaya (@Uruguay) August 28, 2019
Rodriguez, LAFC's newest young Designated Player, came off the bench to replace an injured Carlos Vela in Sunday's 3-3 draw against the LA Galaxy. Playing 29 minutes, he notched four shots, and took corner kicks in his MLS debut for the league leaders.
Uruguay will play two road friendlies in the September FIFA window, against Costa Rica in San Jose on Sept. 6 and against the US men's national team on Sept. 10 in St. Louis.