MNT By the Numbers: January Camp

MNT By the Numbers: January Camp

The U.S. MNT recently finished its annual January Camp with back-to-back last-minute wins over Iceland and Canada. Look back at the most notable numbers from camp:

2,394 – Number of days since Luis Robles’ last start with the MNT prior to Jan. 31 against Iceland

90 – Steve Birnbaum scored the game-winning goal in the 90th minute against Iceland

89 – Jozy Altidore scored the game-winning goal in the 89th minute against Canada

45 – Career wins for Jurgen Klinsmann following the two victories, putting him second all-time among MNT coaches

33 – Altidore’s career goal count for the U.S., putting him one behind Eric Wynalda for third on the scoring list. Altidore reached that mark in 91 caps, the fastest of any MNT player.

22 – Players on the match-day rosters who suit for clubs in MLS

20 – Michael Bradley’s career assist total for the USA, which ranks third all-time behind Landon Donovan and Cobi Jones

20 – Age of Kellyn Acosta, the youngest player on the roster. He earned his first two caps by starting both victories to open the USA’s 2016 slate

8 – Consecutive games started by Altidore, Jermaine Jones and Gyasi Zardes, the longest current streak among MNT players

6 – Players who earned their first cap (Acosta, David Bingham, Ethan Finlay, Jerome Kiesewetter, Tony Tchani and Brandon Vincent)

5 – The highest number of U-23 MNT players to appear in either of the year opening matches

4 – Goals scored by the USA

2 – Goals scored by Altidore

1 – First career international assist for Ethan Finlay, posted in his second cap