Mexico, Costa Rica and Honduras, the other three remaining Hexagonal teams in the Gold Cup, joined the USA in the final four. Honduras edged Canada,
1-0, Saturday in Philadelphia, while Mexico and Costa Rica won easily on Sunday before a crowd of 82,252 in the first sporting event at the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium. Miguel Sabah
scored two goals, while youngster Giovani Dos Santos
scored on a blast from 22 yards and set up goals by Sabah
and Pablo Barrera
on corner kicks in Mexico's 4-0 win over Haiti.
Sabah gave the Tri the lead in the 23rd minute when he scored on a rebound
after Haiti keeper Jean Dominique Zephirin
blocked Israel Castro's penalty kick.
Guadeloupe's bid to return to the semifinals quickly
evaporated as Costa Rica scored on goals from Celso Borges
in the third minute and Alvaro Saborio
in the 16th and
cruised to a 5-1 win.
Former MLS striker Andy Herron
scored in the 47th minute. Guadeloupe pulled one goal on Alexander Alphonse
's header in the 64th but the Ticos pulled away on goals by Saborio in the 71st and Pablo Herrera
's 89th-minute strike
sealed the win for Costa Rica.
In the first game of Saturday's doubleheader, where the USA beat Panama, 2-1, in overtime, Honduras won on Walter
's penalty kick in the 36th minute.