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By The Numbers: U.S. Men's National Team - July 21, 2003


BY THE NUMBERS:

712 - Consecutive minutes the United States has not conceded a goal in Gold Cup play.  The last time the USA gave up a goal during the event was at the 38th minute of the first half in the 2-1 victory against Korea Republic on January 19, 2002

518 - Consecutive minutes the United States has not conceded a goal. The last goal surrendered came in the 22nd minute of the USA's 1-0 loss to Brazil on June 21 in the Confederations Cup

469 - Consecutive minutes Kasey Keller has not conceded a goal playing for the United States.  The last goal he gave up came in the 76th minute of the USA's 2-0 loss to Holland on May 19, 2002 during the "Nike Road to Korea"

35 - Career victories for Keller, two behind Meola on the all-time win list for U.S. goalkeepers

33 - Career shutouts for Keller, the most-ever for the U.S. With 65 caps, Keller has recorded shutouts in more than 50 percent of his games with the MNT

23 - Career goals for Brian McBride. McBride is now one goal behind Joe-Max Moore (24) for second place, and 11 behind Eric Wynalda (34)

22 - Consecutive matches in which Kasey Keller is undefeated on U.S. soil. He has an 18-0-4 record dating back to Feb. 21, 1998, a 2-0 loss to Holland at Pro Player Stadium in Miami

16 - number of victories the U.S. had collected in all-time Gold Cup group play.  The U.S. has never lost a group game in the seven editions of the tournament, posting an unblemished  16-0-0 record

14 - Career goals for Landon Donovan, which ties him for sixth-place on the all-time U.S. scorers list with Cobi Jones

11 - Consecutive Gold Cup matches in which the U.S. is unbeaten. The last loss came in the 1998 championship match, a 1-0 loss to Mexico on Feb. 15, 1998, in Los Angeles. The U.S. has posted a 9-0-2 record since then 

8 - Career Gold Cup goals for Brian McBride. He's in third place, behind Mexican forward Zague (12) and former U.S. international Eric Wynalda (9)

7 - Consecutive Gold Cup shutouts for the United States

5 - Consecutive shutouts for the United States, dating back to the 0-0 draw with Cameroon on June 23 in the Confederations Cup

4 - Number of four-goal games recorded by U.S. scorers in history. Landon Donovan became the latest to accomplish the feat in the 5-0 win against Cuba on July 19 in the Gold Cup quarterfinal


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