Jamaican goalkeeper Dwayne Miller is single-handedly keeping his team level. The United States are completely outplaying Jamaica and should have at least one goal by now, if not two or three, but Miller has been incredible.
First, the U.S. used some width on the right via Steve Cherundolo again to push forward and almost got a goal from it. Cherundolo ripped a low cross into the middle that took a crazy deflection and looked like a sure goal, but Miller somehow reacted and managed to paw it away.
Not long after, the U.S. came in down the left and Fabian Johnson unleashed a shot. It was blocked across to the far post, where the Americans got another shot from in close. It should have been a goal, but Miller got all the way across to make another great save.
If the U.S. keeps playing like this they will get a goal. That is unless Miller continues to be a wizard.