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Gold Cup: The United States is eliminated, and the dream final is lost

Gold Cup: The United States is eliminated, and the dream final is lost

In the first semi-final match played in San Diego, the host USA – composed mostly of MLS players – found themselves at a disadvantage in overtime after a scoreless regular time (it is true that the Panamanians scored two late goals): in the 99th minute the Venezuelan Evan Anderson He passed the ball past Turner and then shot it into the big goal. 0-1

We didn't have to wait long to achieve the equalizer either. Jesus Ferreira He shot the ball into the left side of Panama's goal in the 105th minute. 1-1

No more goals were scored in the remaining minutes of extra time, so the decision was taken on penalty kicks. After the first five rounds of penalty kicks, the score was still tied (one player committed a foul on each side), but in the sixth round it was decided: Cristian Roldan's penalty kick was saved by Mosquera, while on the other side it was in the net. USA (exactly Adalberto Carrasquilla (Houston Dynamo) scored the penalty, so two-time silver medalist Panama reached the third final in its history – the last time it reached the final was a decade ago, in 2013.

Mexico was able to celebrate a goal in the second minute in Las Vegas, as Jesus Gallardo cleverly spotted a pass that left it unguarded by the Jamaican defense. Henry MartinWho did not make any mistakes from 6-7 meters. 0 to 1

In the 30th minute, he scored the second goal for Mexico from a stunning free kick in the World Cup in Qatar. Luis Chavez This time, he focused not on power, but on accuracy: he smashed a free kick into the top right corner with calculated accuracy of 20-21 metres. 0-2

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In the second half, Jamaica moved every stone to improve, and based on the number of opportunities it had, they could have equalized, but the attacking line led by Michail Antonio was unable to hit Ochoa’s goal, and Mexico punished that with a goal in extra time: Roberto Alvarado He jumped from the door to the window from fifth place, so that Al-Tari could win the continental championship for the ninth time in its history. 0-3

CONCACAF Gold Cup
preliminary
USA – Panama 1-1
(Ferreira 105 or Anderson 99) on penalties 4-5
Jamaica – Mexico 0-3
(Martin 2, Chavez 30, Alvarado 90+3.)

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