Usa Mexico Soccer
June 26, 2011 by staff
Usa Mexico Soccer, Mexico has won a sixth title of the CONCACAF Gold Cup rally scoring four goals and defeat the U.S. 4-2 in the championship game at the Rose Bowl. Pablo Barrera scored his second goal in Saturday’s game in the 50th minute to break the deadlock 2-2, and Giovani Dos Santos added a goal in the 76th minute insurance for Mexicans, who trailed 2-0 after just 23 minutes.
Mexico won its second consecutive title at the regional biennial tournament in North America, beating the U.S. in the final as they did in 2009 and qualified for the FIFA Confederations Cup 2013.
Mexico and the U.S. have won 10 of the 11 Gold Cups contested since the tournament adopted its current form in 1991.
Dos Santos scored one of the most beautiful goals of the tournament, dancing around the U.S. Goalkeeper Tim Howard, who had accused its network to a fumble, and then turn two defenders and chipped the ball surprised by Eric Lachaj jump in the top right corner of the net.
A full house of over 93,000 was dressed all in green and encouraging the Mexican team although the game is played on U.S. soil.
American fans tried to get chants of “USA, USA” going in the first half, but quickly drowned by the “Tri” fans with a chorus of “Ole Ole”.
Michael Bradley scored in the eighth minute and Landon Donovan added another goal in the 23rd minute as the Americans jumped to a 2-0 lead.
Barrera scored his first goal on 29 minutes and Andres Guardado scored the equalizer on 36 minutes, setting the stage for a second half dominated by the Mexican squad.
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