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'Chicharito' delights sellout crowd in Oakland
March 26th, 2011 3:43PM

TAGS:  gold cup, men's national team, mexico


[GOLD CUP 2011 COUNTDOWN] Javier Hernandez scored two first-half goals to lead Mexico to a 3-1 win over Paraguay Saturday before a sellout crowd of 48,110 at the Oakland Coliseum. Panama, which will face the USA at the 2011 Gold Cup, beat Bolivia, 2-0, on goals by Gabriel Gomez and Luis Renteria. Real Salt Lake's Alvaro Saborio scored the first goal for Costa Rica as it opened its new national stadium with a 2-2 tie with China on Saturday. For all the Concacaf action ...

Thursday, March 24
Cuba 0 El Salvador 1 (Alas 74). Att.: 4,000.

Friday, March 25

Panama 2 (Gomez 10, Renteria 83) Bolivia 0. Att.: 4,000.
South Korea 4 (Lee Jung-soo 28, Kim Jung-woo 43, Park Chu-young 83, Lee Keun-ho 88) Honduras 0. Att.: 31,224.
Jamaica 0 Venezuela 2 (Fedor 64, Moreno 66).

Saturday, March 26

USA 1 (Agudelo 60) Argentina 1 (Cambiasso 42). Att.: 78,936.
Mexico 3 (Hernandez 7, 34,  Guardado 28) Paraguay 1 (Riveros 87). Att.: 48,110.
Costa Rica 2 (Saborio 38, Brenes 45) China 2 (Gao 47, 90).

Sunday, March 27

St. Kitts & Nevis vs. Grenada
El Salvador vs. Jamaica

Monday, March 28

Guatemala vs. Bolivia

Tuesday, March 29

Costa Rica vs. Argentina
USA vs. Paraguay
Mexico vs. Venezuela
Belarus vs. Canada
Cuba vs. Panama
China vs. Honduras

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