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Morris' Goal Late In Regulation Gives U.S. CONCACAF Title

Morris' Goal Late In Regulation Gives U.S. CONCACAF Title

When the final whistle sounded on Wednesday's CONCACAF Gold Cup final, Bruce Arena pumped his fist, then turned to his assistants and smiled.

As celebrations go, it was a muted one, especially since Arena was commemorating more than just a win. He was making history as well.

With the U.S. beating Jamaica 2-1, Arena became the . And he did it on a goal by Jordan Morris with less than two minutes left in regulation.

Jozy Altidore scored the other U.S. goal in the final minute of the first half. Jamaica's lone score came early in the second half from Je-Vaughn Watson.

The Jamaicans promised to play a defensive game and they kept their word, even after losing...