After winning Wednesday’s tournament final, the U.S. Men’s National Team earned plenty of honors in the 2017 Gold Cup.
Midfielder Michael Bradley took home the Golden Ball as tournament MVP. He was called into the group stage and played all 270 minutes of the knockout rounds.
There were six Americans in the tournament’s Best XI. Bradley was joined by Graham Zusi, Omar Gonzalez, Darlington Nagbe, Jordan Morris, and Jozy Altidore.
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The Golden Boot went to Canada’s young forward Alphonso Davies, who also won the Young Player Award. He scored twice for the Canadians and took home the Golden Boot on the assists tiebreaker.
Andre Blake, who was injured in the tournament finale, won the Golden Gloves as the tournament’s best goalkeeper.