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The USMNT have some big games coming up, the Continental Clasico against Brazil and then the Copa America, which they host, but this incredible summer of soccer starts with a friendly against Colombia.

This game will be a big test for Gregg Berhalter's team, as the Colombians are not to be taken lightly. James Rodriguez still plays for them, and they also have Luis Diaz from Liverpool and Jhon Duron – formerly of Chicago Fire but now at Aston Villa.

The last time the USMNT met, they defeated Mexico 2-0 in the CONCACAF Nations League final. Tyler Adams scored a fantastic long-range goal in that game, but has struggled with injuries for Bournemouth in the Premier League this season.

Gio Reyna scored the other goal against the Mexicans and he too had a disappointing season in club football. Reyna did not play for Borussia Dortmund and then moved on loan to Nottingham Forest, where he played less.

From a club perspective, however, it hasn't been all bad when it comes to the USMNT's players. Josh Sargent and Haji Wright both had successful seasons in the championship. Malik Tillman, Ricardo Pepi and Sergino Dest won the Eredivisie with PSV Eindhoven. Unfortunately, Dest has suffered a serious injury and will now be missing from Berhalter's squad for some time.

Elsewhere in Europe, Christian Pulisic took Serie A by storm in his first season with AC Milan. Now it's time for these players to focus on representing their country.

Fans can watch this friendly match on TNT with a live stream on Fubo.

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