The United States only has one goal to show for their performance so far against Guadeloupe, but they've been absolutely dominant in the first half and they'll be happy to lead at halftime. Jozy Altidore has the only goal, an absolute stunner from 25 yards out to give the USMNT a 1-0 lead, but it could have been so much more.
Compared to the first two games, the United States looks like a team with quite a few ideas, and they could have very easily scored four or five goals in the first half. Guadeloupe have been very poor, allowing the United States to keep the ball easily as well as getting caught by the offside trap over and over. Clint Dempsey has had a couple of shots saved, and he also has a couple of very bad misses. Chris Wondolowski is far and away the unluckiest man on the field, and he could have a hat trick on a different day. He's been fantastic, both off the ball and creating shooting opportunities.
Still, the United States can't let their guard down. Their high line has caught Guadeloupe offsides on numerous occasions, but pushing Eric Lichaj and Steve Cherundolo so high up the pitch leaves open space down the flanks for Guadeloupe to exploit. Cherundolo has been arguably the man of the match so far, but Guadelupe's complete lack of attack down the right wing has allowed him to operate as something closer to a winger than a fullback.
If the current run of play continues, the United States will find another goal, but some of Guadelupe's counters indicate that they're just one right step away from making the USMNT pay for not converting their earlier opportunities.