If you waited til the wee hours of last night to catch the end of the U.S. men's national team Gold Cup Championship match against Jamaica, you were well rewarded.
Because it took just about every second of the 90-minute regulation for the U.S. to knock off Jamaica 2-1 in the CONCACAF Gold Cup final at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California.
The U.S. opened the scoring on Jozy Altidore's free kick goal shortly before the end of the first half, but Jamaica quickly answered early in the second half on Je-Vaughn Watson's goal off a corner in the 50th minute.
But it was Jordan Morris’s goal in the 88th minute that gave the U.S. the win.
It made the USA 14-0 since Jurgen Klinsmann was let go as head coach and pretty much makes his replacement, Bruce Arena a genius.
Source: USA Today