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U.S. MNT and Mexico Set for 2014 World Cup Qualifying Match at Estadio Azteca on March 26


U.S. Men’s National Team vs. Mexico – 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifying
Estadio Azteca; Mexico City, Mexico
March 26, 2013

U.S. MNT FACES MEXICO IN WORLD CUP QUALIFYING ON TUESDAY AT ESTADIO AZTECA: The U.S. Men’s National Team heads to Estadio Azteca on Tuesday, March 26, to face Mexico in the Final Round of 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifying in Mexico City. The game kicks off at 10:30 p.m. ET and will be broadcast live on ESPN, WatchESPN and Univision. Fans can follow the match on ussoccer.com’s MatchTracker and via Twitter @ussoccer.

ESPN and Univision are providing extensive coverage for Tuesday’s game. Univision Deportes Futbol Club will air for four live hours before the kickoff. Pre-game coverage on ESPN begins at 9:30 p.m. ET, marking the first time ESPN is holding an hour-long lead-in for a World Cup Qualifying match. Additionally, from 7:30-9:30, ESPN Classic is re-airing the USA’s 1-0 victory against Costa Rica from Friday, March 22.

In the most recent meeting, the U.S. earned its first victory on Mexican soil, a 1-0 international friendly win on Aug. 15, 2012, at Estadio Azteca. Michael Orozco Fiscal scored his first international goal in the 80th minute and goalkeeper Tim Howard made three saves – including two late stops – en route to the historic victory.

The U.S. and Mexico are part of the six-team Hexagonal along with Costa Rica, Honduras, Jamaica and Panama. The 10-game, round-robin format began on Feb. 6 and will run through Oct.10. The top three teams will automatically advance to the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, while the fourth-place team will compete in a two-leg playoff against the champion from the Oceania Confederation.


JERMAINE JONES OUT WITH LEFT ANKLE SPRAIN:
U.S. midfielder Jermaine Jones has been ruled out of Tuesday’s FIFA World Cup qualifier against Mexico after suffering a sprained left ankle in the USA’s 1-0 win against Costa Rica on March 22 in Commerce City, Colo. Jones did not travel with the team to Mexico. Jones received the injury in the first half, which required two stitches during the interval. He continued play until being subbed out in the 83rd minute.


 U.S. ROSTER BY POSITION (World Cup Qualifying Caps/Goals) – DETAILED ROSTER
GOALKEEPERS (3): Brad Guzan (Aston Villa – 6/4 SO), Sean Johnson (Chicago Fire – 0/0), Nick Rimando (Real Salt Lake – 0/0)
DEFENDERS (6): Tony Beltran (Real Salt Lake – 0/0), Matt Besler (Sporting Kansas City – 0/0), Geoff Cameron (Stoke City – 7/0), Omar Gonzalez (LA Galaxy – 2/0), Clarence Goodson (Brondby – 6/0), Justin Morrow (San Jose Earthquakes – 0/0)
MIDFIELDERS (9): DaMarcus Beasley (Puebla – 27/6), Kyle Beckerman (Real Salt Lake – 3/0), Michael Bradley (Roma – 21/5), Joe Corona (Club Tijuana – 1/0), Brad Davis (Houston Dynamo – 0/0), Maurice Edu (Bursaspor – 11/0), Sacha Kljestan (Anderlecht – 13/0), Brek Shea (Stoke City – 2/0), Graham Zusi (Sporting Kansas City – 5/0)
FORWARDS (5): Jozy Altidore (AZ Alkmaar – 19/6), Terrence Boyd (Rapid Vienna – 2/0), Clint Dempsey (Tottenham Hotspur – 28/12), Herculez Gomez (Santos – 7/2), Eddie Johnson (Seattle Sounders FC – 13/10)


U.S. MNT 2013 SCHEDULE

Date

Opponent

Result/Time (ET)

U.S. goal scorers/TV

Venue

Jan. 29

Canada

0-0 T

--

BBVA Compass Stadium; Houston, Texas

Feb. 6

Honduras*

1-2 L

Dempsey

Estadio Olimpico; San Pedro Sula, Honduras

March 22

Costa Rica*

1-0 W

Dempsey

Dick’s Sporting Goods Park; Commerce City, Colo.

March 26

Mexico*

10:30 p.m.

ESPN, WatchESPN, Univision

Estadio Azteca; Mexico City, Mexico

May 29

Belgium

8 p.m.

ESPN2, WatchESPN, UniMas

FirstEnergy; Cleveland, Ohio

June 2

Germany

2:30 p.m.

ESPN2, WatchESPN, UniMas

RFK Stadium; Washington, D.C.

June 7

Jamaica*

TBD

beIN SPORT

National Stadium; Kingston, Jamaica

June 11

Panama*

9:30 p.m.

ESPN family, WatchESPN, UniMas

CenturyLink Field; Seattle, Wash.

June 18

Honduras*

9 p.m.

ESPN, WatchESPN, UniMas

Rio Tinto Stadium; Sandy, Utah

July 9

Belize^

11 p.m.

TBD

Jeld-Wen Field; Portland, Ore.

July 13

Cuba^

3:30 p.m.

TBD

Rio Tinto Stadium; Sandy, Utah

Sept. 6

Costa Rica*

TBD

TBD

TBD

Sept. 10

Mexico*

8 p.m.

ESPN, WatchESPN, UniMas

Columbus Crew Stadium; Columbus, Ohio

Oct. 11

Jamaica*

TBD

ESPN family, WatchESPN, UniMas

Sporting Park; Kansas City, Kan.

Oct. 15

Panama*

TBD

beIN Sport

Estadio Rommel Fernandez; Panama City, Panama

*2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifying
^2014 CONCACAF Gold Cup


2014 FIFA WORLD CUP QUALIFYING
CONCACAF FINAL ROUND STANDINGS AND SCHEDULE

Team

GP

W

L

T

GF

GA

GD

Pts.

Honduras

2

1

0

1

4

3

+1

4

USA

2

1

1

0

2

2

0

3

Panama

2

0

0

2

3

3

0

2

Mexico

2

0

0

2

2

2

0

2

Jamaica

2

0

0

2

1

1

0

2

Costa Rica

2

0

1

1

2

3

-1

1

Feb. 6
Honduras 2, USA 1
Costa Rica 2, Panama 2
Jamaica 0, Mexico 0

March 22
USA 1, Costa Rica 0
Honduras 2, Mexico 2
Jamaica 1, Panama 1

March 26
Mexico vs. USA, 10:30 p.m. ET
Costa Rica vs. Jamaica, 10 p.m. ET
Panama vs. Honduras, 10 p.m. ET

Visit ussoccer.com for the complete World Cup Qualifying schedule and results.


ROSTER NOTES

  • With seven goals in this World Cup Qualifying cycle, Clint Dempsey is now tied with Landon Donovan for the all-time lead in U.S. history with 12 overall. He is the only player to appear in all eight matches of this cycle. Head coach Jurgen Klinsmann named Dempsey as the USA’s captain for the qualifying matches against Costa Rica and Mexico.
  • Following his five-save clean sheet against Costa Rica, goalkeeper Brad Guzan has four shutouts in six matches played in qualifying in his career, posting a 4-1-1 record.
  • Jozy Altidore has tallied 18 goals in league play and 25 in all competitions for AZ Alkmaar this season – a single-season goal scoring record for an American in Europe.
  • Herculez Gomez is on a tear for Santos Laguna with nine goals in all competitions. Gomez tallied two goals during the Semifinal Round of World Cup Qualifying, including the game-winner against Jamaica on Sept. 11, 2012, in Columbus, Ohio.
  • Entering 2012 with only one previous cap, Geoff Cameron ended the year with the second-most minutes played in the field. Jermaine Jones led all U.S. field players in games played (12) and minutes (1,002) in 2012.
  • Nine players from the January camp roster have earned a spot on the USA’s current roster – Kyle Beckerman, Tony Beltran, Matt Besler, Brad Davis, Omar Gonzalez, Eddie Johnson, Sean Johnson, Justin Morrow and Graham Zusi. Beckerman served as team captain in the 0-0 draw against Canada.
  • Joe Corona has been a regular starter for Liga MX champion Club Tijuana, which has jumped out to a lead in Group 5 of the Copa Libertadores.
  • Heading into the World Cup Qualifying matches against Costa Rica and Mexico, eight U.S. players were ruled unavailable: Edgar Castillo (facial fractures), Timmy Chandler (hamstring), Steve Cherundolo (knee), Tim Howard (back), Fabian Johnson (hip), Jonathan Spector (ankle), Jose Torres (hamstring) and Danny Williams (illness).


GOALS AGAINST MEXICO

  • Three players on the current U.S. roster have scored against Mexico, two of them in World Cup Qualifying.
  • DaMarcus Beasley converted a clever free kick play and curled a shot past Oswaldo Sanchez to deliver the U.S. the second of its three consecutive 2-0 wins at home in World Cup Qualifying. Steve Ralston had the opening goal on Sept. 3, 2005, and the U.S. clinched a spot in the 2006 FIFA World Cup on Match Day 7 in the Hexagonal – the earliest ever for the United States since this format was adopted.
  • A young Jozy Altidore notched his first goal for the MNT when he headed home the USA’s second goal in a 2-2 draw on Feb. 6, 2008, in Houston. Later that year, Altidore became the youngest U.S. player in the modern era to record a hat trick when he dropped in all of the USA’s goals in the 3-0 win against Trinidad & Tobago in a World Cup Qualifier in Nashville.
  • Michael Bradley tallied both USA goals in the 2-0 win against Mexico on Feb. 11, 2009. Both goals came near the end of each half to open the Final Round of Qualifying for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.


IN THE CENTENNIAL RECORD BOOK

  • Clint Dempsey scored his 12th career goal in World Cup Qualifying during the USA’s 1-0 win against Costa Rica on Friday, tying him for first place all-time with Landon Donovan. Eddie Johnson and Brian McBride are tied for third in WCQ goals with 10 apiece.
  • Dempsey now has 32 career international goals and is two behind second-place Eric Wynalda on the all-time list.
  • Eddie Johnson is tied with Carlos Bocanegra for 10th on the all-time goals list and one tally behind 2011 National Soccer Hall of Famer Cobi Jones (15 goals from 1992-2004).
  • DaMarcus Beasley, with his start at left back on Friday against Costa Rica, has appeared in at least one National Team match for 13 consecutive years. Only seven other MNT players have accomplished this feat: Frankie Hejduk (14 straight years) and six players who played for 13 consecutive years – Marcelo Balboa, Landon Donovan, Cobi Jones, Kasey Keller, Claudio Reyna and Earnie Stewart. Beasley has 98 caps for the MNT from 2001-13.
  • Beasley moved ahead of Jeff Agoos for the fifth-most World Cup Qualifying caps in U.S. history with his 27th.



ROAD TO THE HEXAGONAL
United States Semifinal Round Results (4-1-1; first place in Group A):

  • June 8, 2012: USA 3, Antigua & Barbuda 1
  • June 12, 2012: USA 1, Guatemala 1
  • Sept. 7, 2012: Jamaica 2, USA 1
  • Sept. 11, 2012: USA 1, Jamaica 0
  • Oct. 12, 2012: USA 2, Antigua & Barbuda 1
  • Oct. 16, 2012: USA 3, Guatemala 1

United States Final Round Results (1-1-0)

  • Feb. 6, 2013: Honduras 2, USA 1
  • March 22, 2013: USA 1, Costa Rica 0

The U.S. went 4-1-1 to win Group A and advance along with Jamaica into the next stage. The USA finished the round with three straight victories against Jamaica (1-0 on Sept. 11), Antigua & Barbuda (2-1 on Oct. 12) and a come-from-behind 3-1 win on Oct. 16 against Guatemala to win the group. Following the semifinal stage, the USA dropped its final round opener against Honduras despite Clint Dempsey giving the USA a 1-0 lead. But the U.S. rebounded with Dempsey’s 16th-minute goal for a 1-0 victory against Costa Rica on March 22 through blizzard conditions in Commerce City, Colo. The U.S. has qualified for six straight FIFA World Cup tournaments, amassing a 64-35-31 overall record in World Cup Qualifying.

Mexico Semifinal Round Results (6-0-0; first place in Group B):

  • June 8, 2012: Mexico 3, Guyana 1
  • June 12, 2012: Mexico 2, El Salvador 1
  • Sept. 7, 2012: Mexico 2, Costa Rica 0
  • Sept. 11, 2012: Mexico 1, Costa Rica 0
  • Oct. 12, 2012: Mexico 5, Guyana 0
  • Oct. 16, 2012: Mexico 2, El Salvador 0

Mexico Final Round Results (0-0-2)

  • Feb. 6, 2013: Mexico 0, Jamaica 0
  • March 22, 2013: Mexico 2, Honduras 2

Mexico dominated Group B with a perfect 6-0-0 mark in the semifinal round of CONCACAF qualifying, outscoring its opponents 15-2 and never trailing at any stage. Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez has been the team’s potent offensive weapon, leading the team with three goals in the semifinal stage and tallying both goals during Mexico’s 2-2 draw against Honduras in the Final Round match on March 22. Carlos Salcido, Jesus Zavala and Oribe Peralta each have two goals in this cycle’s World Cup Qualifying. Heading into Tuesday’s game against the U.S., Mexico finds itself tied for third place in the Hexagonal with a 0-0-2 record and two points.


CAUTION SITUATION

  • Five USA players are currently carrying yellow cards in World Cup Qualifying: Michael Bradley, Clint Dempsey, Maurice Edu, Fabian Johnson and Graham Zusi. Their next caution will result in a one-match suspension. A hip injury has kept Johnson out of this World Cup Qualifying stretch against Costa Rica and Mexico.
  • Mexico defender Francisco Rodriguez is suspended for Tuesday’s match against the U.S. for yellow card accumulation. He picked up his second yellow card of the tournament in the 88th minute of Mexico’s 2-2 draw against Honduras last Friday. Rodriguez was also shown a yellow card during Mexico’s 2-1 win against El Salvador on June 12, 2012.
  • Mexico’s Hector Moreno and Jorge Torres currently are sitting on a yellow card and their next caution will result in a one-match suspension.
  • Carlos Salcido was suspended earlier during qualifying when he was shown a yellow card on Sept. 7 and 11 against Costa Rica, forcing him to miss Mexico’s 5-0 victory against Guyana on Oct. 12.


USA vs. MEXICO

  • With its first victory on Mexico’s home soil last year, the USA is now 1-23-1 all-time in Mexico.
  • The lone draw in Mexico was a scoreless stalemate on Nov. 2, 1997, in World Cup Qualifying. The U.S. was reduced to 10 men when Jeff Agoos was shown a red card in the 32nd minute for elbowing Mexico’s Pavel Pardo. The USA also was without four regular starters in goalkeeper Kasey Keller (thumb) and midfielders Claudio Reyna (suspension), Tab Ramos (ACL) and Earnie Stewart (calf).
  • The U.S. has yet to post a win in Mexico during World Cup Qualifying, holding a 0-13-1 record heading into Tuesday’s game.
  • The U.S. is 1-8-1 in Estadio Azteca, including a 0-5-1 record in World Cup Qualifying.
  • Overall, the USA is 16-32-12 all-time in international competition against Mexico and 5-15-5 in World Cup Qualifying. The USA’s 60 previous meetings against Mexico are the most against any country in U.S. Soccer’s history.
  • The Jurgen Klinsmann era began when the United States and Mexico played to a 1-1 draw on Aug. 10, 2011, in Philadelphia. Robbie Rogers scored a 73rd-minute equalizer for the U.S.
  • Since 2000, the USA has posted an 11-5-3 record against Mexico.
  • The biggest meeting in series history was the USA’s 2-0 victory in the Round of 16 at the 2002 FIFA World Cup in Korea on June 17. Brian McBride and Landon Donovan scored goals in that match.
  • Mexico is 68-1-6 in home World Cup Qualifying, with their last loss coming against Costa Rica in 2001.
  • Mexico is unbeaten in 25 straight home World Cup Qualifying, and unbeaten in 16 straight at Estadio Azteca.


WCQ AND CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION VENUES SET
The U.S. Men’s National Team’s four remaining home 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifying matches will be played in Seattle, Salt Lake City, Columbus and Kansas City. Additionally, the Centennial Celebration Match between the U.S. and Germany will be played on June 2 at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C., as part of U.S. Soccer’s 100-year anniversary celebration.


BY THE NUMBERS:

  • 4: Career World Cup Qualifying shutouts for Brad Guzan
  • 9: Goals by Clint Dempsey in his past 12 appearances
  • 12: All-time goals in World Cup Qualifying for Clint Dempsey
  • 15: Mexico’s current FIFA ranking
  • 23: USA’s home unbeaten streak (21-0-2) in World Cup Qualifying
  • 33: USA’s current FIFA ranking
  • 98: Career caps for DaMarcus Beasley to lead the roster
  • 951: Omar Gonzalez’s rating in the Castrol U.S. Soccer Index to lead all players vs. Costa Rica


ON USSOCCER.COM:

2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifying Page | 2013 MNT Statistics | Castrol U.S. Soccer Index

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JURGEN KLINSMANN FACT FILE:
Jurgen Klinsmann is in his third year and second full calendar year in charge of the U.S. Men’s National Team. Below are some of his past accomplishments as a player and coach.

  • Klinsmann was named the U.S. Men’s National Team head coach on July 29, 2011, making him the 35th coach in the history of the program.
  • Klinsmann’s record as head coach of the Men’s National Team is 12-7-5, which includes a five-game winning streak that started with a 3-2 victory on Nov. 15, 2011, against Slovenia and was capped off by a 5-1 win against Scotland on May 26, 2012.
  • With Klinsmann at the helm, the U.S. collected two historic victories, winning for the first time against four-time World Cup champions Italy and then capturing its first ever victory against Mexico on Mexican soil.
  • Klinsmann’s U.S. coaching debut was a 1-1 draw against Mexico on Aug. 10, 2011, at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. During Klinsmann’s abbreviated 2011 tenure, opponents outscored the USA by a 7-5 margin. The USA’s two victories during the Klinsmann era in 2011 include a 1-0 win against Honduras (Oct. 8) and a 3-2 victory against Slovenia (Nov. 15).
  • Klinsmann was named the Germany National Team manager in 2004 and guided Germany to a 20-6-8 record and a third-place finish in the 2006 FIFA World Cup. He earned Coach of the Year honors in Germany, and two years later, he took over the head coaching position at Bayern Munich.
  • As a player, Klinsmann played 17 club seasons from 1981 to 1998 with the following teams: Stuttgarter Kickers (1981-84), VfB Stuttgart (1984-89), Internazionale (1989-92), Monaco (1992-94), Tottenham Hotspur (1994-95, 97-98), Bayern Munich (1995-97) and Sampdoria (1997-98). During that time, he scored 226 goals in 506 appearances. He was named German Player of the Year in 1988 and 1994 and FWA Footballer of the Year in 1995.
  • Klinsmann earned 108 caps with the German National Team, scoring 47 goals. He participated in three World Cups (1990, 1994 and 1998) and won the 1990 World Cup.
  • Klinsmann was born on July 30, 1964, in Goppingen, Germany.


IN FOCUS: MEXICO
Mexican Football Federation
Federación Mexicana de Fútbol Asociación A.C.
Founded: 1927 (Joined FIFA in 1929)
Head Coach: Jose Manuel De La Torre
Best World Cup Finish: Quarterfinals (1970, 1986)


MEXICO UPDATE

  • Javier Hernandez has scored 30 international goals, which is tied for sixth in Mexico history. He scored twice to give Mexico a 2-0 lead against Honduras, but the Hexagon leader rallied with goals from Carlo Costly and Jerry Bengtson in a three-minute span late in the second half on March 22 in San Pedro Sula.
  • In the 2010 FIFA World Cup, FIFA clocked Hernandez with having the top speed in the tournament at 32.15 km/hour (nearly 20 mph), just ahead of Greece’s Avraam Papadopoulos (31.57) and Konstantinos Katsouranis (31.50).
  • Omar Bravo played for MLS side Sporting Kansas City in 2011, tying for the team lead with nine goals that season.
  • Mexico is 68-1-6 in home World Cup Qualifying matches, with the only loss coming against Costa Rica in 2001.
  • Mexico is in the midst of a 25-game home unbeaten streak (16 straight at Estadio Azteca) in qualifying matches.

MEXICO ROSTER BY POSITION
GOALKEEPERS (3): Guillermo Ochoa (Ajaccio), Jesús Corona (Cruz Azul), Alfredo Talavera (Toluca)
DEFENDERS (8): Severo Meza (Monterrey), Jonny Magallón (León), Francisco Rodríguez (América), Héctor Moreno (Espanyol), Hugo Ayala (Tigres), Diego Reyes (América), Jorge Torres Nilo (Tigres), Carlos Salcido (Tigres)
MIDFIELDERS (7): Jesús Zavala (Monterrey), Gerardo Torrado (Cruz Azul), Jesús Molina (América), Héctor Herrera (Pachuca), Javier Aquino (Villarreal), Andrés Guardado (Valencia), Ángel Reyna (Pachuca)
FORWARDS (5): Giovani dos Santos (Mallorca), Oribe Peralta (Santos Laguna), Javier Hernández (Manchester United), Omar Bravo (Atlas), Raúl Jiménez (América)


LAST TIME
On the field for USA:
March 22, 2013 – Dick’s Sporting Goods Park – Commerce City, Colo.
FIFA World Cup Qualifying – Final Round

USA   1   Clint Dempsey 16
CRC   0

LINEUPS:
USA: 1-Brad Guzan; 20-Geoff Cameron, 3-Omar Gonzalez, 21-Clarence Goodson, 7-DaMarcus Beasley; 13-Jermaine Jones (6-Maurice Edu, 83), 4-Michael Bradley; 19-Graham Zusi (18-Eddie Johnson, 75), 8-Clint Dempsey (capt.), 9-Herculez Gomez (5-Kyle Beckerman, 90+4); 17-Jozy Altidore
Subs not used: 2-Tony Beltran, 10-Joe Corona, 11-Brek Shea, 12-Nick Rimando, 14-Matt Besler, 15- Justin Morrow, 16-Sacha Kljestan, 22-Sean Johnson, 23-Terrence Boyd
Head Coach: Jurgen Klinsmann

CRC: 1-Keylor Navas, 2-Christian Gamboa (6-Juan Diego Madrigal, 81), 3-Giancarlo Gonzalez, 4-Michael Umaña, 7-Cristian Bolaños (12-Joel Campbell, 62), 8-Bryan Oviedo (16-Diego Calvo, 73), 9-Alvaro Saborio, 10-Bryan Ruiz (capt.), 11-Michael Barrantes, 13-Ariel Rodriguez, 19-Roy Miller
Subs not used: 5-Celso Borges, 14-Christopher Meneses, 15-Osvaldo Rodriguez, 17-Yeltsin Tejeda, 18-Patrick Pemberton, 20-Kendall Waston, 21-Keylor Soto, 22-Jairo Arrieta
Head coach: Jorge Luis Pinto

Vs. Mexico
Aug. 15, 2012 – Estadio Azteca – Mexico City, Mexico – International Friendly

USA   1   Michael Orozco Fiscal 80
MEX   0

LINEUPS:
USA: 1-Tim Howard (capt.); 23-Fabian Johnson, 20-Geoff Cameron, 7-Maurice Edu, 15-Edgar Castillo (4-Michael Orozco Fiscal, 77); 13-Jermaine Jones (14-Joe Corona, 89), 5-Kyle Beckerman, 6-Danny Williams (8-Graham Zusi, 60), 16-Jose Torres (18-Terrence Boyd, 46); 10-Landon Donovan (17-Damarcus Beasley, 46), 9-Herculez Gomez (11-Brek Shea, 78)
Subs not used: 3-Matt Besler, 19-Chris Wondolowski, 22-Nick Rimando
Head Coach: Jurgen Klinsmann

MEX: 1- Guillermo Ochoa; 5- Severo Meza (3-Enrique Perez, 88), 2-Francisco Rodriguez (capt.), 15-Hector Moreno, 20-Jorge Torres Nilo; 17-Jesus Zavala, 6- Manuel Viniegra (23-Edgar Lugo, 46), 18-Andres Guardado, 7-Pablo Barrera (11-Elias Hernandez, 46); 10-Angel Reyna (9-Aldo de Nigris, 73), 14-Javier Hernandez
Subs not used: 4-Hugo Ayala, 8-Adrian Adrete, 12-Alfredo Talavera
Head coach: Jose Manuel de la Torre


On the field for Mexico
March 22, 2013 – Estadio Olimpico – San Pedro Sula, Honduras
FIFA World Cup Qualifying – Final Round

MEX   2   Javier Hernandez 28, 54
HON   2   Carlo Costly 77, Jerry Bengtson 80

LINEUPS:
MEX: 1-Guillermo Ochoa; 2-Francisco Rodriguez, 3-Carlos Salcido, 10-Giovani Dos Santos (22-Raul Jimenez, 76), 11-Javier Aquino, 13-Severo Meza, 14-Javier Hernandez (9-Omar Bravo, 65), 15-Hector Moreno, 17-Jesus Zavala, 18-Andres Guardado, 20-Jorge Torres

HON: 18-Noel Valladares; 3-Maynor Figueroa, 5-Victor Bernardez, 7-Emilio Izaguirre (9-Jerry Palacios, 60), 8-Arnold Peralta, 10-Mario Martinez (16-Carlos Discua, 83), 11-Jerry Bengtson, 13-Carlo Costly, 14-Oscar Garcia, 15-Roger Espinoza, 19-Luis Garrido

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