U.S. under-20s advance with win over St. Kitts & Nevis

The youth national team advanced to CONCACAF's next stage of Under-20 World Cup qualifying.

The United States under-20 national team made it through to the qualification stage - where two groups of three, with the top two going through, will decide which four CONCACAF teams qualify for the Under-20 World Cup - with a 4-1 win over St. Kitts & Nevis on Friday.

The win saw the U.S. finish second in Group B behind Panama. 

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Mexico, Honduras, Panama and El Salvador have all qualified to the next stage as well, with the U.S. set to square off against Mexico on Monday. 

Costa Rica can become the final team to qualify with a win over Bermuda, though a loss opens the door for Trinidad and Tobago or Bermuda to round out the final six teams.


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