• Friday Jul 19, 2013

    Gold Cup Glance: Quarterfinal Results & Scorers

    ATLANTA, Georgia – Quarterfinal play at the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup commences on Saturday with a doubleheader at the Georgia Dome.  In the opener, Panama (5th quarterfinal appearance) takes on Cuba (2nd app.), followed by an encounter between two-time defending champion Mexico (8th app.) and Trinidad & Tobago (2nd app.).

    On Sunday, the quarterfinals conclude with another doubleheader at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland: United States (8th app.) v El Salvador (4th app.) and Honduras (6th app.) v Costa Rica (8th app.).

    The first four editions (1991-98) of the Gold Cup did not include a quarterfinal stage.  During those tournaments, the top four teams progressed directly to the semifinals.

    In 2000 -- the only year in which neither Mexico nor the United States won the competition – quarterfinals were introduced for the first time.  Doubleheaders were played in Miami (Orange Bowl) and Los Angeles (Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum), with eventual champion Canada, Colombia, Peru and Trinidad & Tobago progressing to the final four.  Three of the four quarterfinal games that year were decided either after extra time or penalty kicks.

    This year, the quarterfinals will be held in two first-time Gold Cup venues.  Will there be surprises equal to those in 2000?

    Before you make any prognostications, below, take a look at the results and scorers of all Gold Cup quarterfinal games.

    2000

    February 19, 2000 at Miami, Florida – Orange Bowl (A: 32,972)

    USA – Colombia  2:2, 1:2 pens (1:1)

    Goals: Brian McBride 22’, Chris Armas 50’ – Faustino Asprilla 25’, Gerardo Bedoya 82’

    Honduras – Peru  3:5 (1:2)

    Goals: Jose Reynaldo Clavasquin 32’, Carlos Pavon 67’ pen, Jose Luis Pineda 69’ – Roberto Holsen 7’, Jorge Soto 14’ pen, Jose Del Solas 50’, Roberto Palacios 52’, Waldir Saenz 87’

    February 20, 2000 at Los Angeles, California, USA – Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum (A: 18,062)

    Costa Rica – Trinidad & Tobago  1:2 aet (0:1)

    Goals: William Sunsing Hidalgo 89’ – Arnold Dwarika 27’, Mickey Trotman 102’

    Mexico – Canada  1:2 aet (1:0)

    Goals: Jesus Ramirez 35’ – Carlo Corrazin 83’, Richard Hastings 92’

    2002

    January 26, 2002 at Miami, Florida, USA – Orange Bowl (A: 14,823)

    Costa Rica – Haiti  2:1 aet (1:0)

    Goals: Walter Centeno 2’, Ronald Gomez 97’ – Golman Pierre 62’

    Canada – Martinique  1:1, 6:5 pens (0:0)

    Goals: Kevin McKenna 73’ – own-goal 63’ (Mark Rogers)

    January 27, 2002 at Pasadena, California, USA – Rose Bowl (A: 31,628)

    Mexico – Korea Republic  0:0, 2:4 pens (0:0)

    Goals: n/a

    USA – El Salvador  4:0 (3:0)

    Goals: Brian McBride 9’, 11’, 21’; Ante Razov 72’

    2003

    July 19, 2003 at Foxboro, Massachusetts, USA – Gillette Stadium (A: 15,627)

    USA – Cuba  5:0 (3:0)

    Goals: Landon Donovan 22’, 25’, 55’, 76’; Steve Ralston 42’

    Costa Rica – El Salvador  5:2 (2:1)

    Goals: Erick Scott 11’; Walter Centeno 45’, 68’ pen, 90’ pen; Steven Bryce 71’ – Gilberto Alfredo Murgas 34’ pen, Alfredo Pacheco 53’

    July 19, 2003 at Miami, Florida, USA – Orange Bowl (A: 23,425)

    Colombia – Brazil  0:2 (0:1)

    Goals: Kaka 42’, 67’

     July 20, 2003 at Mexico City, Mexico – Estadio Azteca (A: 10,000)

    Mexico – Jamaica  5:0 (2:0)

    Goals: Omar Bravo 37’, Rafael Garcia 40’, Daniel Osorno 54’, Jared Borgetti 61’, Juan Pablo Rodriguez 82’

     2005

    July 16, 2005 at Foxboro, Massachusetts, USA – Gillette Stadium (A: 22,108)

    Honduras – Costa Rica  3:2 (3:1)

    Goals: Wilmer Velasquez 6’, Elvis Danilo Turcios 27’, Milton Nuñez 30’ – Christian Bolaños 40’, Bryan Ruiz 81’

    USA – Jamaica  3:1 (2:0)

    Goals: Josh Wolff 6’; DaMarcus Beasley 42’, 83’ – Ricardo Fuller 88’

    July 17, 2005 at Houston, Texas, USA – Reliant Stadium (A: 60,050)

    Mexico – Colombia  1:2 (0:0)

    Goals: Gonzalo Pineda 65’ – Jaime Castrillon 58’, Abel Aguilar 74’

     South Africa – Panama  1:1, 3:5 pens (0:0)

    Goals: Lungisani Ndela 68’ – Jorge Dely Valdes 48’

    2007

    June 16, 2007 at Foxboro, Massachsetts, USA – Gillette Stadium (A: 22,412)

    Canada – Guatemala  3:0 (3:0)

    Goals: Dwayne De Rosario 17’; Ali Gerba 33’, 44’

    USA – Panama  2:1 (0:0)

    Goals: Landon Donovan 59’ pen, Carlos Bocanegra 62’ – Blas Perez 84’

     June 17, 2007 at Houston, Texas, USA – Reliant Stadium (A: 70,092)

    Honduras – Guadeloupe  1:2 (0:2)

    Goals: Carlos Pavon 71’ – Jocelyn Angloma 10’, David Fleurival 38’

     Mexico – Costa Rica 1:0 aet (0:0)

    Goals: Jared Borgetti 97’

     2009

    July 18, 2009 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA – Lincoln Financial Field (A: 32,000)

    Canada – Honduras  0:1 (0:1)

    Goals: Walter Martinez 36’ pen

    USA – Panama  2:1 aet (0:1)

    Goals: Kyle Beckerman 49’, Kenny Cooper 105’ pen – Blas Perez 45’+1

    July 19, 2009 at Arlington, Texas, USA – Cowboys Stadium (A: 85,000)

     

    Guadeloupe – Costa Rica  1:5 (0:2)

    Goals: Alexander Alphonse 64’ – Celso Borges 3’; Alvaro Saborio 16’, 71’; Andy Herron 47; Pablo Herrera 89’

    Mexico – Haiti  4:0 (2:0)

    Goals: Miguel Sabah 23’, 63’; Giovani Dos Santos 42’; Pablo Barrera 83’

     2011

    June 18, 2011 at East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA – New Meadowlands Stadium (A: 78,807)

    Costa Rica – Honduras  1:1, 2:4 pens (0:0)

    Goals: Dennis Marshall 56’ – Jerry Bengtson 49’

     Mexico – Guatemala  2:1 (   )

    Goals: Aldo De Nigris 48’, Javier Hernandez 66’ – Carlos Ruiz 5’

     June 19, 2011 at Washington, D.C., USA – Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium (A: 45,424)

    Jamaica – USA  0:2 (0:0)

    Goals: Jermaine Jones 49’, Clint Dempsey 79’

    Panama – El Salvador  1:1, 5:3 pens (0:0)

    Goals: Luis Tejada 90’ – Rodolfo Zelaya 78’ pen

     

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