Sports Watch: ESPN analyst Taylor Twellman loses his mind after USMNT fails to qualify

13:52  11 october  2017
13:52  11 october  2017 Source:   Sportsnaut

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The USMNT 's 2018 World Cup dreams were dashed on Tuesday night, and ESPN 's Taylor Twellman is beyond angry. ESPN . Tuesday night will go down as one of the most stunning days in U.S. Soccer history. The Americans lost to Trinidad and Tobago, 2-1, on the final night of World Cup qualifying .

Former USMNT player Taylor Twellman criticized the United States following a defeat to Trinidad The United States men’s soccer team has had its share of critics throughout its failed qualification night, ESPN analyst and former U.S. soccer player Taylor Twellman added to the fire with a

Taylor Twellman is a current ESPN analyst and former professional soccer player for the New England Revolution in the MLS and on the national team. © Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports Taylor Twellman is a current ESPN analyst and former professional soccer player for the New England Revolution in the MLS and on the national team.

The U.S. Men’s National Team failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1986, and ESPN analyst Taylor Twellman lost his mind over the development.

Twellman is a former national team member and also played for the New England Revolution in the MLS. He was on ESPNNews talking with host Max Bretos when he went nuts over Tuesday night’s disaster.

Take a look:

Just when we thought the reaction to the failure from Twitter users was harsh, Twellman goes out and outdoes them all.

To be fair, the national team deserves the criticism after blowing this and failing to qualify.

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