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Mexico held by Venezuela in San Diego
March 30th, 2011 1:08AM

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[GOLD CUP 2011 COUNTDOWN] Mexico had to settle for a 1-1 tie with Venezuela in their international friendly played Tuesday in San Diego. Defender Oswaldo Vizcarrondo's goal canceled out Aldo de Nigris' goal, also a header from close range in the second half. Canada and Panama, which face the USA at the Gold Cup, both won on the road with wins over Belarus (1-0) and Cuba (2-0), respectively. Playing its second game at it new National Stadium, Costa Rica held Argentina to a 0-0 tie. For all the Concacaf action ...

Tuesday, March 29
Costa Rica 0 Argentina 0.
USA 0 Paraguay 1 (Cardozo 18).
Mexico 1 (de Negris 58) Venezuela 1 (Vizcarrondo 73).
Belarus 0 Canada 1 (Hainault 58).
Cuba 0 Panama 2 (Rentería 38, Quintero 82).
China 3 (Huang Bowen 17, Yang Xu 37, 86) Honduras 0.



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  1. Heather Scott-molleda
    commented on: March 30, 2011 at 8:55 a.m.
    Vino Tinto!


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