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Mexico Conquers Gold Cup Amid Controversy

By Francisco Romero. – At the end of the day the Gold Cup turned out as it was expected; 68,930 fans in attendance at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia and a 3-1 Mexico victory over Jamaica in the Final. Mexico

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Heartbreaker for Panama; Mexico Advances to Gold Cup Final in Controversial Game

By Francisco Romero Mexico beat Panama 2-1 in the semifinals of the Gold Cup Wednesday night for the right to advance to the finals and meet Jamaica.  Jamaica beat the U.S. Men’s national team 2-1. Panama was minutes from eliminating

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Mexico Squeezes by Costa Rica 1-0, Advances to Gold Cup Semifinals

By Francisco Romero. – It took Mexico 123 minutes to score the winning goal against Costa Rica; it was a penalty kick that Andres Guardado sent into the net in overtime. The victory puts Mexico in the semis where it

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Crazy ending to a 4-4 Mexico – Trinidad and Tobago Draw

By Francisco Romero. –  After beating Cuba 6-0 in the opening game of the Gold Cup, it seems like Mexico can’t find its winning ways. Wednesday night, once again, Mexico finished in a draw, this time a 4-4 tie against

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Mexico – Guatemala Play to 0-0 Draw in Gold Cup Play in Phoenix

By Francisco Romero. –  After beating Cuba 6-0 in its opening game of the Gold Cup, Mexico fails to score against Guatemala and has to settle to a 0-0 Draw. Even with a Guatemalan team that ended with 10 players,

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Gold Cup 2015: The Mexican National Team Arrives in Phoenix; USA Beats Haiti 1-0

By Francisco Romero. –   After beating Cuba 6-0 in the opening game of the 2015 Gold Cup, the Mexican National Team has arrived in Phoenix, Arizona where it will face Guatemala on Sunday at University of Phoenix Stadium. Before boarding

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U.S.A. Beats Honduras in Gold Cup Play 2-1

By Francisco Romero The United States started the 2015 Gold Cup play just as they finished in 2013, with a win.   Jurgen Klinsmann’s squad beat Honduras 2-1 Tuesday night at Frisco, TX. Clint Dempsey scored twice for U.S.A., his first

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