The United States said goodbye to the Qatar 2022 World Cup after losing 3-1 to the Netherlands in a match that left a bitter taste in the mouth for those led by Gregg Berhalter, but also positive feelings for what comes in four years. , when the World Cup is played in North American territory.
One of the best footballers of the team led by Gregg Berhalter in the World Cup, was the holding midfielder, Tyler Adams, who was one of those who spoke to the media after the defeat they suffered against the squad led by Louis Van Gaal.
Adams regretted that the trip for those from the country of the Stars and Stripes was over, but he also sent a message of what could be expected for the US team in four years, highlighting that this young squad that went to Qatar will arrive stronger at said tournament.
Adams revealed that the Netherlands stood out as being a better team and with higher quality than the United States, and stated that one of the differences is that “when a country like this has three or four goal plays, they normally score three or four goals for you”, although He also confessed that “I feel very proud of this team. We show that we can compete against the best teams in the world”.
Adams also talked about what will be the next World Cup that will be played in his own home, sharing the location with Mexico and Canada. “It will be exciting to prepare for the next World Cup together, we will arrive with more experience to face moments like this. Today we showed that we have a lot of potential and we will be ready when the time comes.”
In this way, Adams and the United States team will have to return, and the midfielder will have to grow with Leeds United of the Premier League, where he hopes to continue growing alongside his compatriots Brenden Aaronson and Jesse Marsch.