El Salvador vs. USA live score, updates, highlights from CONCACAF Nations League

The United States continues its 2022 World Cup preparation with a trip to El Salvador in CONCACAF Nations League play.

Gregg Berhalter steered the USMNT to a 5-0 win over Grenada in Austin to open Nations League play on Friday night, with Jesus Ferreira scoring four goals and his FC Dallas teammate Paul Arriola bagging the other.

The U.S. boss has already confirmed he will rotate the squad for the trip to El Salvador, giving other players a chance to impress.

Road trips in CONCACAF play have tripped up the United States in recent years, with the Americans collecting just six points across seven World Cup qualifying away fixtures.

The U.S. has, however, had significant historical success against El Salvador, winning 19 of their 25 all-time matchups and outscoring the Cuscatlecos by 45 goals.

The United States has avoided defeat to El Salvador in the last 24 meetings, with the only loss coming in a friendly in early 1992, their first-ever meeting.

90th min: GOAL, USA! On a corner from Pulisic, Weston McKennie gets his head to the ball but his bullet header is denied by a great Gonzalez save. The U.S. recycles the ball into the box, however, and Jordan Morris reprises the chance to head the ball into the net. Morris beats Larin in the air, which is sweet revenge for the United States.

88th min: HUGE penalty shouts from the U.S. for a handball, but it's waved away by the referee. It looked to have clearly hit Larin's outstretched arm, and replay confirms that it comes off Jordan Morris's head and into Larin's arm. There's no VAR, and the U.S. is again pegged back by a poor refereeing decision.

81st min: CHANCE, USA! On the ensuing free-kick, Musah takes a rip and Gonzalez makes an incredible save! The El Salvador goalkeeper has three saves on the night, all on Yunus Musah, who is playing like a man possessed.

79th min: RED CARD, El Salvador! It's 10-on-10! Yunus Musah is clean through on a lone breakaway and Ronald Rodriguez hauls him down. It's a blatant denial of a goalscoring opportunity, and the El Salvador defender is gone.

Berhalter uses his final two substitutions to go for the win, with Jordan Morris and Luca de la Torre coming on to replace Tyler Adams and Cameron Carter-Vickers.