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The U.S. men's national team enjoyed one of their most thorough performances under Jurgen Klinsmann in their victory over Jamaica on Tuesday night, and several players put forth strong showings in a 1-0 win that was not as close as the score indicates.
From Steve Cherundolo's marauding runs forward on the right flank to Danny Williams' ability to maintain possession and break up plays in his more natural defensive midfield role, there were a number of quality outings by the U.S. players in Tuesday's World Cup qualifier at Columbus Crew Stadium. Herculez Gomez also put in a hardworking shift that included the winning goal while Graham Zusi impressed on the right side of midfield in a match in which not many Americans set a foot wrong in.
That leaves us to pose the question: With so many Americans playing well in Tuesday's win, who was your Man of the Match? Was it Williams for his contributions in his first start for the U.S. as a defensive midfielder? Was it Cherundolo, who helped keep Jamaica on their heels with his surging runs? Was it someone else?
Cast your vote after the jump and let us know who you voted for and why in the comments section below.
Who did you vote for? Which performance surprised you the most on Tuesday?
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