Christian Pulisic helped the USMNT beat Morocco in a World Cup tune-up game, but he didn't like how few fans showed up.

After Wednesday's 3-0 win at TQL Stadium, Pulisic told ESPN, "I'm not too happy about how many Americans are here, but that works out."

Thanks to everyone who came. They always show their support.

19,512 people went to the game at the 1 year-old stadium with 26,000 seats. Brenden Aaronson, Tim Weah, and Haji Wright all scored for the United States to qualify for the World Cup.

The first goal was set up by Pulisic's touch in the 26th minute. After softly trapping a long pass inside the box, the great striker scored. He passed the ball to Aaronson, who scored, after dribbling between two defenders.

Weah scored in the 32nd minute. Reggie Cannon started the series of events right back. Weah then got hit twice in the direction of the box. Weah's shot from 20 yards out with his right foot beat Morocco's goalkeeper Yassine Bounou.

At the half, the U.S. had a 2-0 lead. After 64 minutes, they scored. Pulisic's foul inside the box led to the penalty kick. Wright, who came on as a sub in the second half, went up and scored with confidence.

Gregg Berhalter, the coach of the U.S. men's team, said that his team showed how good and vulnerable they can be. "We're happy with how things turned out, but we can do better.

"We won because of that." The U.S. will play Uruguay in Kansas City, Kan., on Sunday at 5 p.m. EDT. Qatar is where the 2022 World Cup starts on November 21.