Here's a statistical breakdown of the August 17 USA v Canada game.
What we find interesting is that from many of the stats, if you looked at them independent of the score, you might conclude that the USA had won. The United States scored better on all set piece, had the majority of possession, and kicked far less. The Eagles went through more phases than Canada, and gave up fewer penalties.
Notably, Canada gave up four penalties for cardable offenses - hitting a player in the air, foul play, and a late tackle. What the stats don't tell you is that none of these offenses received a yellow card.
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