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    Central American U-20 Qualifying: Results & Scorers

    Action from the UNCAF under-20 qualifier between Guatemala (white jersey) and Nicaragua on July 27, 2014, at the Estadio Las Delicias in Santa Tecla, El Salvador. 

    CENTRAL AMERICAN UNDER-20 QUALIFYING

    El Salvador
    July 17-29, 2014
    (all times local)

    July 17, 2014 (at San Salvador, El Salvador – Estadio Cuscatlan)
    Guatemala 1, Costa Rica 0
    Goals: Diego Palma 12’ 

    Honduras 3, Panama 4
    Goals: Rembrandt Flores 16’; Alberth Elis 20’; Fredy Medina 85’ ---- own goal in favor of (Luis Santos) 6’; Chin Hormecha 51’; Fidel Escobar 63’; Ismael Diaz 90’+1

    El Salvador 6, Belize 0
    Goals: Juan Barahona 3’ pen; Roberto Dominguez 44’; Bryan Perez 62’; Josue Hernandez 78’, 89’; Bryan Tamacas 90’+2

    July 19, 2014 (at Santa Tecla, El Salvador – Estadio Las Delicias)
    Panama 5, Nicaragua 0
    Goals: Chin Hormecha 2’; Ismael Diaz 21’, 43’; Carlos Small 32’; Ruben Barrow 74’

    Honduras 1, Costa Rica 1
    Goals: Deybi Flores 23’ ---- Berny Burke 20’ 

    El Salvador 2, Guatemala 2
    Goals: Juan Barahona 63’ pen; Josue Hernandez 78’ pen ---- Diego Palma 70’; Mauro Portillo 89’ pen

    July 21, 2014 (at San Salvador, El Salvador – Estadio Cuscatlan)
    Belize 0, Nicaragua 4
    Goals: Kevin Serapio 6’; Ariagner Smith 65’; Hermes Navarrete 74’; Bryan Garcia 83’

    Costa Rica 2, Panama 3
    Goals: Kenneth Cerdas 71’; Victor Murillo 90’+1 ---- Ismael Diaz 1’, 50’; Fidel Escobar 84’

     El Salvador 0, Honduras 0
    Goals: none

    July 23, 2014 (at Santa Tecla, El Salvador – Estadio Las Delicias)
    Belize 0, Panama 2
    Goals: Carlos Small 17’; Fidel Escobar 45’+1

    Nicaragua 0, Costa Rica 2
    Goals: Kenneth Cerdas 66’; Randall Leal 90’+1

    Guatemala 0, Honduras 1
    Goals: Junior Lacayo 40’

    July 25, 2014 (at San Salvador, El Salvador – Estadio Cuscatlan)
    Honduras 5, Belize 0
    Goals: Junior Lacayo 42’; Rolin Alvarez 45’; Bryan Rochez 65’, 74’ pen; Fredy Medina 71’

    Panama 3, Guatemala 0
    Goals: Jhamal Rodriguez 8’; Ervin Zorrilla 67’; Jesus Gonzalez 85’ 

    El Salvador 7, Nicaragua 1
    Goals: Bryan Perez 13’ pen; Denis Pineda 28’, 46’; Romilio Hernandez 34’, 44’; Bryan Landaverde 71’; Ronald Ventura 78’ ---- Yaser Ortiz 37’ 

    July 27, 2014 (at Santa Tecla, El Salvador – Estadio Las Delicias)
    Costa Rica 6, Belize 0
    Goals: Randy Chirino 36’, 85’, 90’+2; Rene Miranda 38’, 61’; Marcelo Gonzalez 47’

    Nicaragua 0, Guatemala 4
    Goals: Christopher Paolo Ortiz 69’; Mauro Portillo 82’, 85’; Pablo Aguilar 90’+3

    El Salvador 2, Panama 1
    Goals: Denis Pineda 31’; Roberto Dominguez 82’ ---- own goal in favor of (Bryan Tamacas) 86’

    Team  GP  W  D  L  GF  GA  P
     Panama  6  5  0  1  18  7  15
     El Salvador  5  3  2  0  17  4  11
     Honduras  5  2  2  1  10  5  8
     Costa Rica   5  2  1  2 11   5
     Guatemala  5  2  1  2  7  6  7
     Nicaragua  5  1  0  4  5  18
     Belize  5  0  0  5  0  23  0

    Remaining Games

    July 29, 2014 (at San Salvador, El Salvador – Estadio Cuscatlan)
    Guatemala v Belize, 2:00 p.m.
    Honduras v Nicaragua, 4:30 p.m.
    El Salvador v Costa Rica, 7:00 p.m.

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