Cameron Carter-Vickers has been hailed as a solid core at the middle of the USA defence. The Celtic rock at the back is integral for domestic manager Brendan Rodgers at Parkhead, and he's formed an impressive partnership with Liam Scales so far this term when fit.
He played 90 minutes for America against Trinidad and Tobago in the early hours of Friday morning, with the visitors making it hard for the hosts, who netted three times in the final 10 minutes.
It was a strong defensive display from the 2026 World Cup hosts, who had 75% possession and conceded just a singular shot off target all game.
And boss Gregg Berhalter was left delighted with what Carter-Vickers put into the game, as he dealt with challenges similar to those he faces at Celtic Park.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk