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USA Qualifying Summary: Guatemala 2 USA 2
December 21st, 1996 12AM

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World Cup '98 Qualifying, CONCACAF Group 1

Dec. 21 in San Salvador, El Salvador

Guatemala 2 USA 2. Goals: Funes 10, Plata 44; Preki 7, Hejduk 49.

Guatemala -- Estrada, Lemus, Miranda, E. Acevedo, Giron, Funes, Jorge Rodas, Machon, Plata, Julio Rodas, M. Acevedo. Subs: Westphal for Funes in 78th minute, R. Ramirez for Plata in 85th, Molina for Lemus in 86th.

USA -- Friedel, Agoos, Vaasquez, Pope, Burns, Kreis, Kirovski, Reyna, Hejduk, Preki, McBride. Subs: Vanney for Pope in 70th minute, Joseph for Hejduk in 78th, Moore for McBride in 80th.

Yellow cards: Miranda 72, Lemus 75; Vasquez 42, Joseph 90.

Referee: Mike Seifert (Canada).

Att.: 7,106.

Other results

Dec. 21 in San Jose, Costa Rica

Costa Rica 2 Trinidad & Tobago 1.

Paulo Wanchope scored both goals for Costa Rica.

Final Group 1 Standings

Team GP W T L GF GA P
*USA 6 4 1 1 10 5 13
*Costa Rica 6 4 0 2 9 5 12
Guatemala 6 2 2 2 6 9 8
Trin & Tobago 6 0 1 5 3 9 1

*-advances to final round of qualifying along with Canada, El Salvador, Jamaica, and Mexico.



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