Sport USA legend Lalas rues World Cup elimination: 'We have nobody to blame but ourselves'

20:36  12 october  2017
20:36  12 october  2017 Source:   MSN

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  USA legend Lalas rues World Cup elimination: 'We have nobody to blame but ourselves' © Provided by Goal.com Alexi Lalas has rued the U.S. national team's elimination from World Cup qualifying, saying the Americans "have nobody to blame but ourselves."

The U.S. failed to qualify for the 2018 tournament in Russia after dropping a 2-1 result in Trinidad & Tobago on Tuesday, with Bruce Arena's side falling to fifth place in CONCACAF's final round.

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Much has been made of the wet, sluggish field at Ato Boldon Stadium in Trinidad & Tobago on Tuesday, as well as Panama's "ghost goal" en route to the 2-1 win over Costa Rica that ultimately eliminated the U.S., but Lalas says the Americans must point the finger at themselves.

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"It didn't have to happen, and that's what is so frustrating," Lalas said on The Herd. "It's one thing if we're just not any good. It's one thing if the soccer gods do something. We have nobody to blame but ourselves. We can't blame the other teams, we can't blame referees, we can't blame the weather.

"We have nobody to blame but ourselves for this incredible failure."

This marks the first time since 1986 that the U.S. won't be participating in a World Cup, and Lalas — a Fox Sports pundit who earned 96 caps for the Americans from 1991 to 1998 — was left by disappointed by the missed opportunity to further grow the sport stateside.

"I physically ached," Lalas said. "It was a disappointment and a sadness and a shame. This team failed themselves, they failed the sport and they failed their country. It doesn't make them bad people, all right, and it doesn't mean that they didn't care."

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He added: "It is devastating, it is disastrous. Does it mean that soccer goes away? No. But every four years from a men's perspective we have this platform, and for next summer, we will have wasted that platform. It hurts the game, it hurts the players. It hurts the perception of the players and the game, both domestically and internationally."

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