After defeating Qatar, the United States will face Mexico in the Gold Cup final | Football News
The Asian champions lost 1-0 to the United States, and Mexico defeated Canada in a game that was briefly stopped due to homophobic slogans.
Gyasi Zardes scored a goal in the 86th minute. The United States defeated Qatar 1-0 to advance to the Central North American and Caribbean Gold Cup final. They will face Mexico, which defeated Canada in the other semifinal.
Zadez replaced Darryl Dyke in the 63rd minute and combined with two other second-half substitutes Nicolas Joachini and Eric Williamson to score his 14th on Thursday. The international goal and the second goal of this match.
The 20th ranked U.S. team tied its record with 13 consecutive home victories and advanced to the final against defending champion Mexico in Las Vegas on Sunday night, which defeated Canada 2-1 in Houston.
The Central and North American and Caribbean Regional Championships Gold Cup filled the vacancy, and Qatar, the host of the 2022 World Cup, was the special guest.
Qatar had a chance to take the lead in the 61st minute, but after James Sands fouled, Hassan Al Haydos’ penalty crossed the crossbar.
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At the same time, Hector Herrera scored in the 9th minute of stoppage time in the second half, giving Mexico a dramatic victory over Canada in a game that was briefly stopped in the second half due to homophobic slogans.
Orbelin Pineda converted a penalty in the 2nd minute of stoppage time to give Mexico the lead. In the 57th minute, Tajon Buchanan equalized the score. This was Mexico’s first goal conceded in the game.
The referee stopped the game in the 86th minute after hearing the Mexican fans shout abusively against homosexuals.
In the 9th minute of injury time, Herrera received a pass from Rudolph Pizarro and shot from 16 yards to lock the team’s progress.