So the Seattle Sounders have to like that they hold the right to Jordan Morris.
Cause let's be honest here.....he comes on in the second half and the US U-23's score and score and score.
And it's not just that he scores, he seems to make this team better.
And against Panama on a cold and rainy night in Commerce City, his arrival into the match at halftime was the difference maker.
The first half was largely a lethargic affair with neither side really making a solid push for a goal.
But the second half was a completely different story.
A five minute stretch in the second half saw the U-23 USMNT go from being level to being 3-0 up (with a goal from Morris in there to boot). Luis Gil added a penalty kick in the 71st minute (and could that goalkeeper been any further off his line) to make it 4-0.
The victory meant that the United States win Group A and will meet the second place team in Group B for the right to play in the final and a trip to the Rio Olympics.