September 27, 2022
Jordan Morris insists 'nothing changes' in USMNT approach vs Grenada

Grenada, meanwhile, are 170th in the world, last qualified for the Concacaf Gold Cup in 2011 and are winless in their last nine internationals – a run that includes defeats to the likes of Andorra, Montserrat, and Antigua & Barbuda.

But that alone could present the USMNT with challenges in their Concacaf Nations League match at Q2 Stadium, with the threat of complacency and overconfidence lurking in the shadows on Friday.

“Nothing changes based on the opponent,” said Morris. “We go out and execute our game plan and work on the things that we want to work on in the game. Everyone’s going to go out and compete and show themselves to the best of their ability.

“It comes back to the collective and getting better as a team, because there’s not that many games left before the World Cup and we want to continue to take steps before that tournament.”

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