"It's such a monumental win for us as a country and a federation," Guzan said. "It's important that we build some momentum going into the Gold Cup. We know ultimately this summer is about us winning the Gold Cup. That's our No. 1 goal."
"Any time you play Brazil, no matter who they put on the field, it's going to be difficult," said goalkeeper Brad Guzan, who replaced Tim Howard at the start of the second half. "When we left the World Cup, we felt positive about ourselves and positive about the direction we were going. We didn't build on that."