USA stars were forced to beat the elements as well as Honduras in freezing Minnesota last night.
Christian Pulisic and the American team won their 2022 World Cup qualifier in temperates as cold as -16 Celsius.
Chelsea star Pulisic led the Stars and Stripes to victory as he scored along with Walker Zimmerman and Juventus ace Weston McKennie.
But the ice-cold weather forced Honduras goalkeeper Luis Lopez and forward Romell Quioto out during half-time as they both suffered from HYPOTHERMIA.
Lopez was reportedly still being treated in the dressing room after full-time, while Quioto's condition was less severe.
Honduras complained with the decision to let the match go ahead despite the freezing temperatures and manager Hernan Dario Gomez didn't hold back before kick-off.
Gomez said: "It's not normal. It's inconceivable that a power in every sense would bring you here to play a game and get a result.
"The game hasn't started, but I can't wait for it to end. Because it's not for enjoying, it's for suffering."
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