Antonee Robinson and Ricardo Pepi scored their first global objectives after a half-time change in line, Brenden Aaronson and Sebastian Lletget added late objectives and the United States restored its World Cup qualifying effort with a 4-1 success over Honduras on Wednesday night.
US commander Christian Pulisic joined the extensive American harmed list, limping off in the 60th.
Brayan Maya put Honduras ahead in the 27th moment of an uneven first half as the Catrachos ruled before a horn-blowing full house at Estadio Olimpico Metropolitano.
Robinson scored in the 48th moment and Pepi, beginning in his global presentation, in the 75th. Aaronson scored off a smooth pass from Pepi in the 86th, and Lletget added his eighth global objective in the third moment of stoppage as Catrachos fans cheers went to boos and whistles.
Condemned for a really long time to embed substitutes on Sunday against Canada, US mentor Gregg Berhalter infused Robinson, Lletget and Aaronson to begin the second half for John Brooks, George Bello and Josh Sargent.
Following a counter drove by Pulisic, Lletget’s cross was diverted in front by Pepi, and Robinson volleyed from 7 yards for his first objective in 15 global appearances.
Pulslic required treatment after a test, then, at that point tumbled to the ground subsequent to attempting to run on a spill. He was supplanted by Cristian Roldan and joined Sergio Dest, Gio Reyna and Zack Steffen with wounds.
The 18-year-old Pepi put the US ahead in the 75th off a cross from DeAndre Yedlin, another sub.
Pepi turned into the 65th player to show up for the US since the October 2017 misfortune at Trinidad and Tobago finished a dash of seven straight World Cup appearances and the 42nd under Berhalter.
Aaronson, who scored his first objective in Sunday’s 1-1 draw against Canada, included his objective a counter off a feed from Pepi.
Mexico lead the North and Central American and Caribbean with seven focuses, trailed by Panama, Canada and the US with five each. Honduras and El Salvador have two each, and Jamaica none.
Following draws at El Salvador and at home against Canada, the US are fit as a fiddle after three of the 14 matches. Qualifying resumes in October.
The US won for simply the third time in 34 street qualifiers in which it surrendered initial (five draws).
Berhalter made five arrangement changes, giving Pepi his public group debut and embeddings Bello, Mark McKenzie and James Sands for their passing presentations and bringing back Sargent, who began the opener. They joined Pulisic and midfielders Tyler Adams and Kellyn Acosta in what had all the earmarks of being a 3-5-2 arrangement, with Adams playing wide on the right instead of protective midfield.
Moya scored when he diverted a cross from Diego Rodríguez past goalkeeper Matt Turner after Brooks neglected to make a tackle upfield.
Bello, showing up, left Moya plain.
Notes Canada beat visiting El Salvador 3-0 on objectives by Atiba Hutchison, Jonathan David and Tajon Buchanan. … Mexico got a 76th-minute objective from Jesus Corona in a 1-1 draw at Panama, which went on Rolando Blackburn’s 28th-minute objective. … Costa Rica were held to a 1-1 draw by visiting Jamaica. Jimmy Marín scored in the third moment for the hosts and Shamar Nicholson tied the score in the 47th.