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USMNT teen Dest pens Ajax extension to 2022

Gregg Berhalter speaks highly of new USMNT first team members Sergino Dest and Paxton Pomykal, after naming his 26-player squad for upcoming friendlies.
U.S. under-20 defender Sergino Dest assisted Donny van de Beek's goal in Ajax's preseason loss vs. Panathinaikos.

United States international Sergino Dest has signed a contract extension at Ajax, which will keep him at the club until 2022.

Dest, who made his Ajax debut in the 2-0 victory over PSV Eindhoven in the Johan Cruyff Shield, has played seven times for the reigning Dutch champions.

Sergino Dest could be U.S. Soccer's 'Next Big Thing'

The 18-year-old also made his international bow as the U.S. were beaten 3-0 by Mexico.

He has been a regular for Ajax this season, having appeared in seven...

Efrain Alvarez, LA Galaxy breakout star, is Zlatan's 'cub' and faces a U.S. or Mexico decision

Seventeen year old Efrain Alvarez has shown off glimpses of his enormous potential in his first season with LA Galaxy's first team.

LOS ANGELES -- The LA Galaxy's 17-year-old forward, Efrain Alvarez, made his way out of Dignity Health Sports Park long after Swedish legend Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Mexico national team midfielder Jonathan dos Santos and chart-topping pop star Becky G, who's dating LA Galaxy midfielder Sebastian Lletget, were long gone.

Alvarez showered and changed following the Galaxy's 2-1 loss to Cruz Azul in Leagues Cup action on Aug. 20 before making the 30-minute drive back to his East Los Angeles home,...

U.S. youngsters adjusting to 'Berhalter-ball,' but road to redemption remains long

Jordan Morris capitalized on a fortunate deflection to offset Brian Rodriguez's opening goal and give the United States a 1-1 draw against Uruguay.
U.S. forward Jordan Morris expressed confidence in the team's progression despite a 1-1 draw against Uruguay.

ST. LOUIS, Missouri -- Another game, another opportunity for the United States men's national team to continue building toward "Berhalter-ball."

This time out, the forward progress was more apparent in the scoreline. Four days after falling 3-0 to Mexico in New Jersey, Gregg Berhalter's squad tied Uruguay 1-1 at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, thanks to Jordan Morris' late goal off a deflected clearance attempt.

"Overall, I think it was a good step for this group to be able to play a game like this,"...

Morris' 8/10 performance earns U.S. late draw vs. Uruguay

U.S. forward Jordan Morris expressed confidence in the team's progression despite a 1-1 draw against Uruguay.
Jordan Morris capitalized on a fortunate deflection to offset Brian Rodriguez's opening goal and give the United States a 1-1 draw against Uruguay.

A different lineup against a different opponent featuring a much more forgiving style looked to favor the U.S. men's national team against Uruguay. The result was different too, as Jordan Morris' 79th-minute tally allowed the U.S. to secure a 1-1 draw in St. Louis.

LAFC's Brian Rodriguez scored the game's opening goal, finishing off a 50th-minute counterattack with a wicked strike past Brad Guzan. The U.S. didn't look capable of climbing back into the match, but in the 79th minute an attempted...