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)