2019 Gold Cup Quarterfinal Recaps - United States Advance Despite Being Outplayed by Curacao; Will Face Jamaica in Semis
It’s entirely possible that Saturday’s Gold Cup quarters sucked all the drama and excitement out of yesterday’s games...because yesterday was a horrendous day of soccer to watch.
Zachary Herivaux and Haiti are going to their first modern Gold Cup semifinal after coming back from two goals down.
The quarterfinals are upon us, the bracket is set, it’s time to survive and advance.
With both teams already locked into the quarterfinals, Jozy Altidore and the US bench carried the USMNT to the top of the group.
Zachary Herivaux didn’t play, but Haiti is now undefeated going into the quarterfinals after a late winner at Red Bull Arena.
Martinique will not be going to the quarterfinals, but the highlights they left behind against Mexico are pretty awesome.
This wasn’t supposed to be about payback...but the USMNT putting up six on T&T still feels pretty good.
Group C does stand for Chaos, as Curacao eliminates Honduras and moves within a point of leaders Jamaica and El Salvador.
Zachary Herivaux and Haiti will be moving on to the quarterfinals with Costa Rica after both teams claimed their second victories of the group.
Tyler Boyd scored the first two goals of his international career as the USMNT and Panama sit atop the group standings with three points each.
2019 Gold Cup Group D Primers, Previews, TV Schedule - Guyana, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago, United States
The USMNT gets a chance to redeem themselves against Trinidad and Tobago, but this isn’t a revenge game - it’s where the USA starts over from their failed 2018 World Cup qualification campaign.
A first half brace from Dever Orgill propelled Jamaica to a home win over Honduras, while El Salvador’s 1-0 win over Curacao also sees them at the top of Group C.
Enough with the blowouts, let’s hope Group C and Curacao can bring some chaos to the 2019 Gold Cup.
Revs midfielder Zachary Herivaux started and went the distance as Haiti made a second half comeback and Costa Rica dominated the nightcap.
Costa Rica are the favorites, but can Zach Herivaux and Haiti challenge the Ticos for the top spot in Group B?
Mexico and Canada left no doubts who were the favorites to advance out of Group A, scoring a combined 11 goals and both posting shutouts in their opening matches.
Tata Martino has Mexico in prime position to reclaim the Gold Cup crown, but can Canada’s youth or Martinique’s magic spoil the group state for El Tri?