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Mexico won its seventh CONCACAF Gold Cup 2015 title, beating Jamaica 3-1. Mexicos’s victory on Sunday gave them not only another trophy, but a spot in a one-game playoff against the US men’s national team for the right to play in the 2017 Confederations Cup in Russia.
The Mexicans scored two goals in the first half through Andres Guardado, 31 minutes and Jesus Corona at the 47 minute.
Oribe Peralda gol ended 61 minutes to seal the win, although the Jamaican striker Darren Mattocks managed to deduct 80 minutes.
The Caribbean team, which was the big surprise of the tournament, had two chances that could not realize.
The result was indisputable Mexico, who reached the final in the midst of the controversy over refereeing two qualifying matches against Costa Rica and Panama respectively, where controversial penalties that favored Mexicans were booed.
Telemundo Arkansas did a complete cup coverage with the most experienced Latino sports team in Arkansas present at every game.
The Aztecs playoff against the U.S. men’s national team is set for October 9 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA. Carlos Chicas and Jose Lopez from Telemundo Arkansas will be traveling to the Angeleno territory to cover that important face off. Follow us in Facebook.com/TelemundoDeportesArkansas