Scoreboard: Hexagonal (Matchday 2)

Mexico and Panama moved into second place in the Hexagonal behind Costa Rica, winner of its first two games, when they played to a 0-0 tie on Panama City. Playing its second game at home, Honduras rebounded from a 1-0 loss to Panama with a 3-1 win over Trinidad & Tobago.

Hexagonal Matchday 2:
Nov. 15 in San Jose
Costa Rica 4 USA 0. Goals: Venegas 44, Bolanos 68, Campbell 74, 78.
USA -- Guzan; Chandler, Gonzalez, Brooks, Besler; Johnson (Zusi, 77), Bradley, Jones (Kljestan, 74), Pulisic (Gooch, 70); Altidore, Wood.
Costa Rica -- Navas; Salvatierra, Waston, Acosta, Umana, Matarrita; Bolanos, Azofeifa (Tejeda, 70), Borges, Ruiz (Wallace, 84); Venegas (Campbell, 67).

Nov. 15 in Panama City

Panama 0 Mexico 0.
Panama -- Penedo; Machado, R.Torres, Escobar, Ovalle; Gomez (Godoy), Amilcar, Barcenas (Taylor 77), Quintero; Perez, G.Torres (Tejada 79).
Mexico -- Ochoa; Reyes (Duenas 46), Araujo, Moreno, Layun; J. dos Santos, Marquez (Herrera 74), Fabian; G. dos Santos (Lozano 60), Jimenez, Hernandez.

Nov. 15 in San Pedro Sula

Honduras 3 Trinidad & Tobago 1. Goals: Quioto 15, Izaguirre 18, Hernandez 80; Mitchell 50.
Honduras -- Escober; Izaguirre, H.Figueroa, M.Figueroa, Beckeles; Martinez (Discua 68), Espinoza, Claros, B.Garcia (Mejia 93+); Quioto (Hernandez 68), Elis.
Trinidad & Tobago -- J.M. Williams (Phillip 9); Bateau, Mitchell, Cyrus, David; George, Hyland, Cato, J.Jones (L.Garcia 71); K.Jones, Caesar (Plaza 75).

Hexagonal Standings:
PTS TEAM W-T-L +/-
6 Costa Rica 2-0-0 6/0
4 Mexico 1-1-0 2/1
4 Panama 1-1-0 1/0
3 Honduras 1-0-1 3/2
0 Trin. & Tobago 0-0-2 1/5
0 USA 0-0-2 1/6

Hexagonal Matchday 1
Nov. 11 in Columbus, Ohio
USA 1 Mexico 2.
Goals: Wood 49; Layun 20, Marquez 89.
USA --
Howard (Guzan, 40); Chandler (Yedlin 74), Gonzalez, Brooks, Besler (Orozco, 81); Johnson, Bradley, Jones; Pulisic, Altidore, Wood.
Mexico --
Talavera; Marquez, Reyes (Ayala, 46), Layun, dos Santos, Vela (Lozano, 73), Hernandez, Moreno, Herrera, Corona, Guardado (Salcedo, 28).
Att:
24,650.

Nov. 11 in San Pedro Sula
Honduras 0 Panama 1. Goal: Escobar 22.
Honduras -- Escober, M.Figueroa, H.Figueroa, Beckeles, Oseguera, Mejia (Discua 46), Martinez, Claros, Reyes (Hernandez 59), Quioto (Garcia 60), Elis.
Panama -- Penedo, Baloy, Escobar, Godoy (Henriquez 54), Barcenas, Ovalle (Miller 36), Gomez, Machado, Quintero, Cooper (G.Torres 90), Perez.

Nov. 11 in Port of Spain
Trinidad & Tobago 0 Costa Rica 2. Goals: Bolanos 65, Matarrita 90.
Trinidad & Tobago -- J.-M. Williams; Mitchell, Bateau, Cyrus, David, J.Jones, J.Williams (Boucaud 67), Hyland, Cato (Garcia 75), George, K.Jones (Plaza 79).
Costa Rica -- Navas; Acosta, Waston, Calvo (Umana 41), Matarrita, Azofeifa, Borges, Gamboa, Bolanos, Ruiz (Venegas 78), Urena (Campbell 58).

Hexagonal Schedule:
Matchday 3 (March 24, 2017)
USA vs. Honduras
Trinidad & Tobago vs. Panama
Mexico vs. Costa Rica
Matchday 4 (March 28, 2017)
Panama vs. USA
Honduras vs. Costa Rica
Trinidad & Tobago vs. Mexico
Match day 5 (June 7 or 8, 2017)
USA vs. Trinidad & Tobago
Costa Rica vs. Panama
Mexico vs. Honduras
Matchday 6 (June 11 or 12, 2017)
Mexico vs. USA
Panama vs. Honduras
Costa Rica vs. Trinidad & Tobago
Matchday 7 (September 1, 2017)
USA vs. Costa Rica
Mexico vs. Panama
Trinidad & Tobago vs. Honduras
Matchday 8 (September 5, 2017)
Honduras vs. USA
Panama vs. Trinidad & Tobago
Costa Rica vs. Mexico
Matchday 9 (October 6, 2017)
USA vs. Panama
Costa Rica vs. Honduras
Mexico vs. Trinidad & Tobago
Matchday 10 (*October 10, 2017)
Trinidad & Tobago vs. USA
Panama vs. Costa Rica
Honduras vs. Mexico
*Simultaneous kickoff.

4 comments about "Scoreboard: Hexagonal (Matchday 2)".
  1. Andrew Kear, November 15, 2016 at 11:56 p.m.

    How many historic loses does it take to have Klinsmann fired.

  2. Chris St. Hilaire, November 16, 2016 at 12:23 a.m.

    I do my very best not to comment on Klinsmann because he's seen the US thru in the WC and the Copa but decisions from formation to subs have left me speechless. He's a tinkerer and doesn't realize how important the chemistry of positioning is.

  3. cisco martinez, November 16, 2016 at 12:59 a.m.

    How about Klinsmann losing to Jamaica in the gold cup, not bringing Donovan or goodsen, leaving out feilhaber, Bob Bradley did a better job than Klinsmann and he was fired for less.

  4. Chris St. Hilaire, November 16, 2016 at 1:16 a.m.

    Leaving Donovan off was debatable. Leaders set tones by sending a message to guys who don't demonstrate commitment to team. Landon's problem was always Landon and Klinsmann moves got us out of the group in Brazil.

    The reality though is that he's been playing too many players out of position in formations no one is comfortable in for way too long and its cost us. I also don't think the players respect him.

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