Ranking which MLS players could go furthest at the World Cup

World Cup: Uruguay, Group H

Expectations are high for two-time World Cup champions The Celestialwho have reached at least the quarter-finals in two of their last three appearances – part of a rich and proud history in the competition.

Torres was as advertised for Orlando in his first season in MLS, which saw the 22-year-old score nine goals and provide 10 assists in 33 games. Cáceres, meanwhile, was more stable than ever after his late-season arrival at the Galaxy, and is a longtime stalwart for his country with 115 senior caps since his debut in 2007.

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