After a humiliating 5-1 defeat to Colombia, the USMNT will once again try to test their mettle against another CONMEBOL opponent when they face Brazil on June 12th.

As the USMNT gear up to participate in this summer's Copa America, a competition that they will be hosting for the second time, the Stars and Stripes have been looking to test their tactical mettle against CONMEBOL opponents. Unfortunately for Gregg Berhalter's men, things have not gone as planned. Team USA will come into their upcoming friendly against Brazil having suffered a humiliating 5-1 defeat to Colombia during which sloppy play and defensive lapses cost them dearly.

Despite Timothy Weah - the son of Liberian icon George Weah - giving his team some hope when he halved a two goal deficit during the second half, the USA were quickly overrun as Colombia scored three quick goals sans reply late in the second half to hand their hosts a humbling loss. Now, the Stars and Stripes will be preparing to take on Brazil, a team that has proven to be a huge hoodoo for them over the decades.

Indeed, Brazil, who come into this match having battled to a 3-2 win over Mexico, are on a 11 game winning streak against the USMNT, and overall have lost just one of their last 19 meetings against the Stars and Stripes. The sole win for Team USA was a 1-0 result on February 10, 1998 during that year's Concacaf Gold Cup semi-finals, but since then, it has been nothing but frustration and misery for Team USA against a very familiar opponent.

This will be the first meeting between the USA and Brazil since a friendly tie in 2018, during which the Selecao earned a 2-0 victory thanks to goals from Neymar and Roberto Firmino. It goes without saying that Berhalter's side will be desperate to make amends after their heavy loss to Colombia, which saw them concede five goals on home turf for the first time since 2009.

However, given the USMNT's poor form lately - which includes losses in three of their last five matches across all competitions - it appears that the hosts will truly face an uphill battle against an opponent who has dominated this series over the past few decades.

Team news: USMNT vs Brazil

USMNT: No new injury or other issues for the USMNT ahead of this match

Brazil: No new injury concerns for Brazil heading into this match

Match facts: USMNT vs Brazil

  • The USMNT have won just one of their last 19 meetings against Brazil (W1 L18)
  • Brazil are on an 11 match winning streak against the USMNT dating back to February 1998

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Match details, result and original broadcast info

USA 1 - 1 Brazil

June 12, 2024 7:00pmCamping World Stadium (Orlando, Florida)

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