It would appear that Brad Evans has again worked himself into the good graces of Jurgen Klinsmann. Just a few days after getting a late substitute appearance against Mexico, the Seattle Sounders captain is starting for the United States in their friendly against Costa Rica on Tuesday.
#USMNT Starting XI vs. Costa Rica Howard; Evans, Cameron, Orozco, Ream; Yedlin, Williams, Jones, Shea; Zardes, Altidore (C) #USAvCRC— U.S. Soccer (@ussoccer) October 13, 2015
Evans is back at right back, a position he often featured in for Klinsmann during the last World cup cycle. He'll be playing behind former Sounders teammate DeAndre Yedlin, who was one of the few bright spots in the loss to Mexico and will again be playing in the midfield.