Mexico Vs U.S.: Watch Michael Bradley's Ridiculous 40-Yard Chip in World Cup Qualifiers

US Men's National Team midfielder Michael Bradley.
Michael Bradley of the US Men's National Team at Azteca Stadium, Mexico City, June 10. Bradley's 40-yard chip gained USA a point against Mexico. Miguel Tovar/LatinContent/Getty

The United States Men's National Team took a point out of the Azteca Stadium Sunday night against Mexico to remain on course for 2018 World Cup qualification.

The way it did so will live long in the memory.

Michael Bradley, the Toronto FC midfielder who spent many of his formative years in European football, conjured up something his former AS Roma teammate Francesco Totti would have been proud of on six minutes. Intercepting a pass in the center of the field, one touch took Bradley clear of the Mexico defense. Then, spotting Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa off his line, the 29-year-old carved a parabola over his head.

Carlos Vela equalized to deny Bruce Arena's side three points and keep Mexico top of the North, Central American and Caribbean (CONCACAF) qualifying group.

See the move below: