The lineup sucked in my opinion and for that you can blame Klinsmann but you cannot blame him for anything that happened on the pitch. It doesnt matter what your tactics are when you're only completing 62% of your passes and consequently have ZERO registered shots.
Argentina had that ball on a string all night. They make three passes so quick and their first touches are amazing. Us, on the contrary, dont have a player on the squad (seemingly) that has a good first touch.
Combine that with the fact that players just looking completely lost like Brooks basically holding on to the ball too long until he turned it over, or Bradley's innumerable turnovers because he's just not that good about 80% of the time, or every player on the squad watching Messi in the first 3 minutes in awe of him and conceding that goal as a result, or players taking an extra dribble instead of making an open pass to a player running up the wing (Bradley, Johnson, Dempsey, etc).
About 90% of last night was on the players. Part of it is that they just aren't as skilled as Argentina but part of it had to do with effort and just being in awe of their opponent.
The 10% that goes to Klinnsman, I would have started Nagbe rather than Beckerman and let Bradley play the connecting midfielder role between the back 4 and everyone else. Also, maybe go to a 4-2-3-1 rather than a 4-4-2 and not play Wondo because he doesnt have pace... he's just a solid MLS player basically. In his place maybe play a Pulisic.