USA international goalkeepers Tim Howard and Nick Rimando show their completely different modes of travel 

USA international goalkeepers Tim Howard and Nick Rimando show their completely different modes of travel  Tim Howard showed off his £8,250 Rolex watch and leg room on his flightRimando shared a photo of a far more modest seating arrangementHoward is USA's first choice goalkeeper ahead of Brad Guzan 

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Tim Howard and Nick Rimando are both goalkeepers for the USA but they jetted off to international duty in completely different ways.

Howard showed off a Rolex Deepsea D-Blue dial worth £8,250 and plenty of space to put his feet on a leather cushion. He wrote on Twitter: 'Flight mode...Next stop LAX.'

Rimando, on the other hand, shared a picture of his less luxurious mode of travel with his legs cramped together, tweeting: 'Flight mode...'

Howard showed off a Rolex Deepsea D-Blue dial worth £8,250 and plenty of space to put his feet up Nick Rimando showed his less luxurious mode of travel for USA international duty

Howard showed off a Rolex Deepsea D-Blue dial worth £8,250 and plenty of space to put his feet up

USA are gearing up for their next match against Mexico on Saturday, October 10 on the back of a five-match winning streak.

They have secured victories against Germany and Holland in their last three outings and will be hoping to continue their impressive form.

Howard is expected to start ahead of Rimando, after coming back from a spell away from international football after the World Cup.

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Rimando plys his trade for Real Salt Lake City and played for the USA in their last international match

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Everton’s No 1 struggled against Liverpool in the Merseyside derby on Sunday. Rimando, who plys his trade for Real Salt Lake City, is third choice for the USA, despite starting their last match in April, behind Howard and Aston Villa keeper Brad Guzan.

USA manager Klinsmann is expected to make changes for the Confederations Cup qualifying match vs Mexico, but Rimando could still feature.

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