MNT by the Numbers: 2017 January Camp

A numerical summary of how U.S. Men's National Team players performed over the course of 2017 January Camp

The U.S. Men’s National Team’s 2017 January Camp is in the books. Check out some quick numerical takeaways from the MNT’s first two matches of the year:

0 – Number of goals allowed by the U.S. back line during the two matches

1 – Number of players who played every minute in both matches: Steve Birnbaum earned that distinction

2 – Number of career assists for Benny Feilhaber following his helper on Jordan Morris’ goal vs. Jamaica.

3 – Team-leading number of clearances made by Walker Zimmerman in his MNT debut on Feb. 3 vs. Jamaica

4 – Number of players that made their MNT debuts during January Camp: Sebastian Lletget, Chris Pontius, Jorge Villafaña and Walker Zimmerman

5 – Nick Rimando (above) collected his fifth career clean sheet while making three saves in the MNT’s 0-0 draw vs. Serbia

23 – Number of players that earned appearances during the course of two matches.

26 – Number of days players spent in camp from arrival on Jan. 10 and departure on Feb. 4

59 – Jordan Morris scored his second career international goal – and second game-winner - in the 59th minute of the MNT’s 1-0 victory against Jamaica. Watch it again below:

72 – Career international victories for MNT head coach Bruce Arena following Friday’s 1-0 win against Jamaica

92% – Passing accuracy for Sebastian Lletget in both matches, the highest on the team among players that made a minimum of 20 in either game.

100 – Number of caps Jozy Altidore reached when he started Jan. 29 vs. Serbia, making him the second youngest MNT player all-time to hit the century mark.

128 – Number of caps attained by Michael Bradley, pushing him past Marcelo Balboa and into sole possession of fifth all-time on the MNT appearance list

2,563 – Number of days between Chad Marshall’s last MNT cap prior to Jan. 29 start against Serbia (Jan. 23, 2010 vs. Honduras)