MNT Sep 11, 2013
- The U.S. Men’s National team has set a new record for victories in a calendar year with 14, improving to 14-3-2 in 2013 and topping the previous record of 13 wins set in 2005 and 2009.
- Landon Donovan scored his 13th career goal in World Cup Qualifying, returning to a first-place tie with Clint Dempsey on the all-time list. Eddie Johnson's game-winner puts him one behind the leaders.
- The win marked Tim Howard’s 51st victory and he sits just two behind Kasey Keller’s record of 53.
Since 2000, the USA has posted a 12-5-4 record against Mexico, including a 10-2-3 record at home during that span.
The USA is now 7-0-3 all-time at Columbus Crew Stadium.