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By the Numbers:::U.S. MNT World Cup Qualifying

0 Number of times Mexico has won in the USA since 1999. 

0 Number of goals Mexico has scored in the USA since 1999. 

Number of goals scored by Mexico against the United States in this millenium, compared to 12 for the United States. Mexico has been shutout in seven of eight games against the U.S. since 2000.

Goals scored by Aldo "Buff" Donelli vs. Mexico in 1934 in the first World Cup qualifier played by the U.S. The U.S. won the match 4-2 and would not beat Mexico again in a qualifier until 1982. Donelli’s four total goals against Mexico are the most of any player in U.S. history (12 players, including Landon Donovan, Brian McBride and Josh Wolff, have scored two goals against Mexico).

All-time wins for Bruce Arena against Mexico, against four losses and one tie in 11 games.

Appearances by Landon Donovan in the first 14 qualifiers for the 2006 World Cup, the only player to start every game.

Games between the USA and Mexico since 1991, of which the United States has lost just seven times while compiling a solid 9-7-7 record and outscoring Mexico 27-20

Players used by U.S. Manager Bruce Arena through 14 qualifying games for the 2006 World Cup, compared to 38 through all 16 qualifiers in 2002.

All-time wins for the U.S. against CONCACAF opponents in the Bruce Arena era, against just seven losses and 13 ties. Under Arena, the U.S. has outscored CONCACAF 129 to 34 in 62 all-time meetings.

All-time wins for Mexico in home World Cup qualifying games, against just one loss and four draws. Mexico has outscored the opposition 236 to 27 in home World Cup qualifying games.

Winning percentage for the U.S. in World Cup qualifying play, compared to a .318 percentage in actual World Cup play (and a .488 overall winning percentage).