Also, its worth noting that the Gold Cup has adopted the end game rules used by last summer's Copa America Centenario, mainly that the knockout stage matches that are level after 90 minutes will go straight to penalties, with the exception of the Final, which will play the additional 30 minutes with a 4th available substitution. There will also be no third-place playoff in this tournament.
On a separate note, CONCACAF has suspended two El Salvador players for their actions Wednesday night vs. the US. Henry Romero, who bit Altidore as well as twisting his nipple, was suspended six matches. Darwin Ceren, who bit Omar Gonzalez, has been suspended three matches. These suspensions are from "official matches" which means that the players would miss the Copa Centroamericana or qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup, both of which would begin in 2019.
Based on what you saw in the Gold Cup, is there anyone on the U.S. team (aside from those that were called up for the knockout round) that you think deserves a shot with the main roster in the upcoming Hex matches or perhaps in Russia next summer?