Gregg Berhalter's men were unable to walk away from BMO Field with at least one point, jeopardizing their spot among the final four.

The first CONCACAF Nations League game for the USMNT saw Berhalter's men destroy Cuba's defense, but when they faced a slightly better team, they were not able to repeat their performance.

Canada claimed a shocking 2-0 win against the USMNT, which gives them a massive advantage over the Yanks in their quest to reach the next stage of the CONCACAF Nations League. Les Rouges would book their spot in the finals with a draw next month against Berhalter's men, but that's not the real news here.

The red and white side managed to end a 34-year-drought without a win against the Yanks, which leaves John Herdman's men in prime position to win their group. Canada accomplished another feat, as this was their third straight game against the Stars and Stripes without conceding, their longest streak in history.

Have a look at Alphonso Davies' opener against the USMNT (Image might be geo-restricted).

As time expired, Lucas Cavallini made it two-nil with this well-placed strike (Image might be geo-restricted).

The Canucks and the Yanks will meet once again next month, with Group A's top spot to play for. A draw for Les Rouges would be enough, but will the Stars and Stripes let them walk out of U.S. soil with the ticket to the final four?