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Mexico-USA Live!
March 26th, 2013 10:27PM
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[HEXAGONAL: Day 3] U.S. national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann made two changes from the team that beat Costa Rica, 1-0, Friday. Matt Besler and Maurice Edu replace Clarence Goodson and Jermaine Jones, both injured, for tonight's Mexico-USA game at Azteca Stadium.

Mexico -- Ochoa; Meza, Reyes, Moreno, Torres Nilo; Salcido, Zavala, Aquino, Guardado; Dos Santos, Hernandez.
USA -- Guzan; Cameron, Gonzalez, Besler, Beasley; Bradley, Edu; Zusi, Dempsey, Gomez; Altidore.



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  1. Charles Stamos
    commented on: March 26, 2013 at 11:27 p.m.
    OK 1st half for the US, Mexico giving the US a lot of midfield space, although the time to put pressure on is the 2nd half, they almost scored on the cross to Chicarito, and Bradley could have been called for the push, I like the ref waving or ignoring the linesman on that one; the US biding time, they almost scored on a corner, there was no foul there, that should be their weapon in the 2nd, crosses and corners. Could be a quiet 2nd or wild, Mexico on the verge of losing the home crowd.
  1. Charles Stamos
    commented on: March 27, 2013 at 12:31 a.m.
    Get Edu off the pitch; that was a PK foul on him, then he marks Chicharito and lets him run free onto a corner that Chich puts away 9 out of 10 times. US plays for the draw after halftime, Mexico deserved one PK, but lots of poor finishing by them, and no one making the great move, pass, or shot to create the game winner.

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