United States men’s coach Jason Kreis admitted his squad is “devastated” not to be going to the Olympics after losing 2-1 to Honduras in CONCACAF qualifying in Guadalajara, Mexico, on Sunday.

Los Catrachos punched their ticket to Tokyo via goals from Juan Carlos Obregon and Luis Palma, ensuring the U.S. men will miss a third successive Olympic tournament.

“I don’t know that if I’ve ever seen a game where we’ve had players miscontrol the ball so much by going under people’s feet, passing out of bounds,” Kreis added.

“These are things that are just really — you just really kind of scratch your head, you think of, ‘What’s going on here?’ But I also have been around the game enough in our country at a pro level to tell you this is what you see in preseasons and at the beginning of MLS seasons, it’s typical.”

Kreis said he had seen similar from his team during the group stage.

“I think the first half looked a lot like the Dominican Republic first half,” Kreis said. “We have players that aren’t moving. We have people on the ball that aren’t committing defenders to make decisions, to open up spaces. We have guys that look like they’re just don’t really want the ball, and so it just kind of goes back to a mostly mentality for me.”

Mexico and Canada were set to play in Sunday’s second semifinal to determine the other team that represents North and Central America and the Caribbean at the July 23-Aug. 8 Tokyo Olympics.