Ian Harrison, The Associated Press

Published Tuesday, October 15, 2019 10:58PM EDT

Last Updated Tuesday, October 15, 2019 11:02PM EDT

TORONTO — The U.S. men’s soccer team misplaced to Canada for the first time in 34 years, permitting second-half objectives to Alphonso Davis and Lucas Cavallini in a 2-Zero defeat Tuesday night time in the CONCACAF Nations League.

A little over two years after the Americans did not qualify for the 2018 World Cup by dropping at Trinidad and Tobago, they noticed their 17-match unbeaten streak towards their northern neighbour come to an finish.

Davies turned in a cross from Scott Arfield. Goalkeeper Zack Steffen put a palm as much as block Davies’ shot however the ball nonetheless dropped over the road as Canada’s gamers rushed to hitch Davies for a raucous celebration.

Cavallini added a 90th-minute for 75th-ranked Canada, taking lengthy go and beating Steffen to the close to put up with a low shot.

Christian Pulisic had a point-blank shot saved by goalkeeper Milan Borjan in the 51st minute.

The 21st-ranked U.S., coming off final week’s opening 7-Zero residence rout of Cuba, had 9 wins and eight attracts towards Canada since a 2-Zero exhibition defeat at Vancouver, British Columbia, in April 1985.

Canada is attempting to climb into the highest six in the area in FIFA rankings, which will likely be used subsequent summer season to find out the nations in the hexagonal will produce the three direct qualifiers from the North and Central American and Caribbean area for the 2022 World Cup.

The U.S. and Canada meet once more Nov. 15 at Orlando, Florida, and the U.S. faces Cuba 4 days later George Town, Cayman Islands.

American coach Gregg Berhalter made 4 modifications, inserting Steffen, proper again DeAndre Yedlin, central defender Aaron Long and midfielder Michael Bradley. Yedlin made his first worldwide look since March 26 after recovering from groin surgical procedure.

Defender Ream captained the U.S. for the fourth time.

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