DaMarcus Beasley is playing in his 4th World Cup and has played every minute at left-back in Brazil. The U.S. international earned a place on Jurgen Klinsmann’s roster due to his versatility and willingness to shift to the backline from the midfield.
The 32-year-old is showing off his diversity when it comes to his cleats on the training field in Brazil. The Puebla midfielder has opted to wear a blacked-out pair of his Nike Mercurial Superfly cleats during Stars and Stripes training sessions.
The closed-door training sessions at the U.S.’ Sao Paulo FC training ground could not keep this look hidden.
Beasley is sticking to the company line when it comes to his game day cleats. He has used the standard colorway of the Superfly.
The U.S. take on Belgium in the World Cup Round of 16 on Tuesday.