The United States played the rest of their second group stage game in Copa América against Panama with only 10 men after Timothy Weah received a red card early in the first half. Weah was sent off for striking a Panamanian player in the back of the head away from the ball. Initially, he received a yellow card for the incident, but after a VAR review, it was overturned, and a red card was given.

Weah, visibly frustrated, did not argue with the referee and walked off the pitch while taking off his jersey. This red card was the third in Copa América so far. Despite being down a man, the United States seemed unfazed initially. Falorin Balogun scored a goal, giving them a 1-0 lead, even with Panama having the numerical advantage. However, Panama quickly equalized with a goal from Cesar Blackman, making the score 1-1 at halftime.

During the first half, the U.S. had a goal disallowed after a VAR review showed Tim Ream was offside following a free kick from Christian Pulisic. Weston McKennie’s goal was called back due to Ream’s involvement in the play. As it stands, a draw would mean the U.S. leaving the stadium with one point after their victory over Bolivia in the opening match.

Despite the challenges faced by the United States, the match promises to be thrilling in the second half. Fans can expect an exciting 45 minutes of play ahead. Stay updated with the latest sports news on X and subscribe to the Fox News Sports Huddle newsletter for more updates.