USMNT Advances to Nations League Final with Wright and Reyna Starring in Comeback Against Jamaica

The U.S. men's national team was down 1-0 and on the verge of the CONCACAF Nations League finals' third-place game, but Jamaica's 95th-minute own goal saved them.

They beat the Reggae Boyz 3-1 after extra time at AT&T Stadium on Thursday.

The U.S. will play Mexico in Sunday's title match.

Jamaica scored in 34 seconds, the fastest goal from kickoff in the last century, and the U.S.

The potential to capture a second Nations League title was saved by two Haji Wright goals assisted by Gio Reyna in extra time.

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Due to an injury, Norwich City striker Josh Sargent was unable to participate in the United States' Nations League team.

Haji Wright was a late addition to the group, and his goal in extra time, which occurred in the 96th minute, may have been enough to secure him a permanent spot for the final match on Sunday.

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