The USA will face Mexico in an exciting but predictable final of the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup at Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday, August 1, (8/1/2021).
USA vs. Mexico will air on FS1 & Univision. It can also be streamed live via fuboTV, Sling, and other live streaming TV services.
The United States reached the finals with a first-place finish in group play and then back-toback 1-0 wins against Jamaica, Qatari guest invite, and Qatar. Mexico’s story was similar but more successful. They won 3-0 over Honduras, and 2-1 over Canada to reach finals.
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Mexico defeated the USA 3-2 in June’s last meeting. Even so, Mexico opens as a +120 favorite to win while the USA is +220, according to FanDuel.
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Finale of the Concacaf Gold Cup
Who? USA vs. Mexico
Sunday August 1, 2008
Where? Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada
Time 8:45 p.m. ET
TV: FSC1, Univision
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Story by The Associated Press
AUSTIN (Texas) — Gyasi Zardes scored the winning goal in the 86th minute. The United States defeated Qatar 1-0 to reach the CONCACAF Gold Cup final.
Zardes, one the few U.S. first-line players on a mostly junior-varsity roster at the tournament replaced Daryl Dike after 63 minutes and was joined by Eryk Williamson and Nicholas Gioacchini, two second-half subs.
Gioacchini took a Qatari clearance attempt, and fed Williamson. Williamson returned the ball. Zardes received the ball from Gioacchini, who passed it to Zardes. Zardes scored with a right-footed shot at 7 yards, his 14th international goal, and second of this tournament.
The U.S., ranked 20th, matched its record of 13 consecutive home victories and advanced to Sunday night’s final in Las Vegas against the defending champion Mexico. Mexico defeated Canada 2-1 at Houston.
CONCACAF rounded out the field for Gold Cup, the championship of North, Central America, and the Caribbean. Qatar, 2022 World Cup host, was also invited.
For the U.S., Matt Turner, goalkeeper made three important saves in the first half.
Qatar had the chance to win in the 61st minutes, but Hassan Al-Haydos scored a penalty kick that was sent over the crossbar after a foul by James Sands. Al-Haydos tried to fool Matt Turner by sending a panenka (a soft shot down center) but it was a slow step.
Christian Pulisic and Weston McKennie, Tyler Adams and Zack Steffem, Josh Sargent, as well as other regulars from the U.S., missed the Gold Cup due to vacation. They were then able to attend preseasons with their European clubs.
Gregg Berhalter, U.S. coach, started the same lineup in consecutive games of the two first games after the 2019 Gold Cup final and semfinal.
The match took place at Q2 Stadium which opened last month. It will be home to the Americans’ World Cup qualifier against Jamaica in October 7.
No. 10 Mexico beat 70th-ranked Canada. Orbelin Pineda scored during first-half stoppage, his fifth international goal, and his third of the tournament. Tajon Buchanan tied it in the 57th with the first goal. Hector Herrera scored his ninth international goal in the 10th minute.
The 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup ends on Sunday night with USA taking on Mexico. Mexico and the United States are the two countries with the most Gold Cup victories in history. El Tri has 8 wins and the USMNT 11.
Mexico is an even slight favorite at +118 with the United States at +245. There are +205 odds of a draw. 2.5 is the over/under for total goals.