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OnScene: Updates from the U.S.' World Cup qualifying win vs. Panama

ORLANDO, Fla. -- ESPN FC was OnScene for Friday's World Cup qualifier between the U.S. and Panama, which the Americans won convincingly to move into third place in the CONCACAF table with one match to play.

Friday, Oct. 6

And that's a wrap. U.S. wins 4-0 move up to third in table

Herc likes the diamond

Panama in disarray trailing 4-0

Pulisic subbed off to a rousing ovation

Jozy's cheeky second from the penalty spot

Altidore puts U.S. up 2-0 from Pulisic assist

Pulisic has U.S. in front early

The teams take the field

U.S. XI has Tim Howard in goal, Clint Dempsey on bench

How did U.S. get in this unthinkable position?

On Howard getting the start in goal

And Julie and Sebastian on the sidelines...

Ian Darke in the ESPN booth and ready to roll

Pulisic and the U.S. team arrive

Who ya got?

No shortage of patriotic support here!

From the tunnel to the field

Just about nine hours until kickoff...

Twellman: The U.S. need to show Panama which team is at home

It's gameday. Here's a look at what's at stake for the U.S.

Thursday, Oct. 5

The coach addresses the American Outlaws

And what of the USMNT's opponents?

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The U.S. squad trains inside Orlando City Stadium

A look at #USMNT training in Orlando before #USAvPAN

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Zusi puts it succintly

Might the U.S. miss the World Cup party?

So, what's the U.S. game plan?

Arena meets the media

Wednesday, Oct. 4

EXCLUSIVE: Howard guarantees U.S. will qualify

History not on the side of the U.S.

U.S. will be fearless, says Bradley

Arena gets the band back together

Tuesday, Oct. 3

Preparations have begun ahead of Friday's key game

Hello, Orlando!

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