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Mexico clinches Hexagonal berth
by Paul Kennedy, September 12th, 2012 12:37AM

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[WORLD CUP 2014 QUALIFYING] Mexico became the first team clinch a berth in next year's Hexagonal with a 1-0 win over Costa Rica on Javier Hernandez's goal. Canada dropped from first to third in Group C when it fell at Panama, 2-0. FC Dallas forward Blas Perez scored for the Canaleros, as did the New England Revolution's Jerry Bengtson in Honduras' 1-0 win over Cuba.

GROUP A

7 Guatemala (6-4)
7 USA (6-4)
7 Jamaica (4-3)
1 Antigua & Barbuda (2-7)

Results/Schedule:
Sept. 11
Antigua & Barbuda 0 Guatemala 1
USA 1 Jamaica 0
Oct. 12
Antigua & Barbuda-USA   
Guatemala-Jamaica   
Oct. 16
Jamaica-Antigua & Barbuda   
USA-Guatemala   

GROUP B
12 Mexico (8-2)
5 El Salvador (8-8)
4 Costa Rica (6-5)
1 Guyana (5-12)

Results/Schedule:
Sept. 11
Mexico 1 Costa Rica  0
Guyana 2 El Salvador 3
Oct. 12
El Salvador-Costa Rica   
Guyana-Mexico   
Oct. 16
Costa Rica-Guyana   
Mexico-El Salvador

GROUP C
9 Panama (5-1)
7 Honduras (4-2)
7 Canada (2-2)
0 Cuba (0-6)

Results/Schedule:
Sept. 11
Honduras 1 Cuba 0
Panama 2 Canada 0
Oct. 12
Panama-Honduras   
Canada-Cuba   
Oct. 16
Honduras-Canada   
Cuba-Panama



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