Mexico VS Jamaica score, result, and highlights as El Tri reach CONCACAF Gold Cup final vs Panama

Mexico reached the 2023 CONCACAF Gold Cup final with a comfortable 3- 0 semifinal palm over Jamaica in Las Vegas, advancing to play Panama in Sunday’s final at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif.

Henry Martin scored after just two twinkles to set El Tri on their way, and Luis Chavez sealed the result with a point, left- footed free- kick into the top left corner. Roberto’ El Piojo’ Alvarado tapped home a third deep in cessation time.

The early thing set the tone for the game, and Mexico managed the result consummately, frustrating a full- strength Jamaica side. But the Premier League stars who play for the Reggae Boyz — Leon Bailey, Demarai Gray, and Michail Antonio — couldn’t produce dangerous chances to trouble Mexico goalkeeper Memo Ochoa.

Mexico will play for the international title they last won in 2019, and they will be the pets at SoFi Stadium against surprise finalists Panama, who knocked off the USA in the semifinals on penalty kicks.

The reversal under interim director Jaime Lozano is nearly complete in just a matter of weeks since the debacle of the disturbing 3- 0 Nations League semifinal loss to the USA in June which eventually bring Diego Cocca his job. Media outlets in Mexico presume that winning the Gold Cup jewel will be enough for Lozano to keep the position on a endless base.

Mexico VS Jamaica final score

  Final Goal scorers
Mexico 3 Henry Martin (Jesus Gallardo) 2′
Luis Chavez 30′
Roberto Alvarado (Jesus Gallardo) 93′
Jamaica 0  



Mexico( 4-3-3): 13- Ochoa( GK) — 19-J. Sanchez, 3- Montes, 5-J. Vasquez, 23- Gallardo — 14-E. Sanchez( 8-‘ Charly’ Rodriguez 64′), 7- Romo, 18-L. Chavez( 4- Alvarez, 72′) — 15- Antuna( 10- Alvarado, 72′), 20- Martin( 11- Gimenez 64′), 17- Pineda( 16- Lainez, 87′)

Jamaica( 4-4-2): 1- Blake( GK) — 21-J. Brown( 2- Lembikisa, 51′), 6- Bernard, 17- Lowe, 4- Bell — 10- Reid, 15- Latibeaudiere( 8- Johnson, 85′), 3- Lambert( 11- Nicholson, 46′), 7- Bailey — 12- Gray, 18- Antonio( 14- Richards, 85′).

Mexico get another clean distance

El Tri’s center- reverse pairing of Cesar Montes and Johan Vasquez have yet to lose a match when they both start together for El Tri( four triumphs and a draw), and they showed why during the game with tough tackles, upstanding dominance, fierce defending, and many miscalculations.

They helped set the protective tone for a Mexico platoon that spent the maturity of the game managing the lead and defending. It was part of the game plan against a Jamaican side that still pushed forward and tried to press and attack with its star forwards. But they encountered a argumentative Mexican group which was over for the fight.

” What I like most isn’t conceding pretensions,” Mexico director Jaime Lozano said about the shutout in his postgame press conference.” I suppose moment in the alternate half and at the end of the first half, the platoon defended a lead rather of continuing to dominate and attack. We were over 2- 0 and we did not want to give up space in behind us, and we defended well throughout.”

Did Jaime Lozano do enough to earn Mexico job?

The metamorphosis from Diego Cocca to Jaime Lozano each in a matter of a couple of weeks has been stark. It’s apparent that the Mexican players are amped , happy, confident, and motivated under Lozano, and they’ve come together as a platoon.

It shows on the field in the way Mexico have played in the Gold Cup, and the results have followed. Indeed Jamaica’s trainer refocused out how Mexico played inclusively better than Jamaica despite the talented individualities on the Reggae Boyz canon.

So has Lozano done enough to keep the job on a endless base? Or does he need to win the Gold Cup and complete the charge? The decision is over to Mexican confederation chairman Juan Carlos Rodriguez.

“( Rodriguez) was clear, that I was then for the Gold Cup,” Lozano said about Rodriguez’s communication to him as interim trainer.” Three weeks ago I was jobless and there was one person who believed in me and my styles.

” occasionally you do not need everyone to believe in you if the person who makes the decision believes in you. And when they give you the occasion, you have to take advantage so that when they make the( final) decision you’ve given them commodity to suppose about.

” I am thankful for the occasion and what I have been suitable toexperience.However, I would be just another person at home supporting the public platoon, If that person( Rodriguez) did not believe in me.”

Mexico vs Panama for the Gold Cup final

What separates Jaime Lozano from the jewel he was hired to win is a Panamanian platoon that has played with analogous concinnity and purpose as Mexico. And Lozano thinks that it’s not a coexistence.

” What has helped Panama is trusting the process,” Lozano said.” They put their trust in a trainer( Thomas Christiansen) and gave him time to work and he is delivered results.

” And they are clear about the way they play. It’s an seductive style. Panama moment can give a game to any opponent. They’ve a well- drilled idea of how to play. It’s been some time that Panama have been doing effects well. It’s been two to three World Cup cycles that they have been right there( in contention to qualify). I like how they play. I like their trainer.”

Mexico vs Jamaica updates, highlights and commentary from Gold Cup

Final Mexico 3- 0 Jamaica

93rd min. thing Mexico! Jesus Gallardo makes a sensational run down the left side of the box and crosses it into the middle where’ El Piojo’ Alvarado gates it home. Game over. 3- 0.

90th min. Chance Jamaica. On a set- piece from outside the box, Leon Bailey misses the top left corner. And that felt like the last chance for the Reggae Boyz. Four twinkles have been added.

85th min. SUBS Jamaica. The Reggae Boyz have one last go at this with two subs. Michail Antonio is one of those who came off.

78th min. Mexico chances! Three in a matter of twinkles. First Santi Gimenez was offside on one attack, and also moments latterly El Tri get two other shots off in the Jamaica box.

75th min. Chance Jamaica! Mexico’s Luis Romo with a comp and Michail Antonio gets a shot off in the box, but he can not beat Memo Ochoa from a tough angle.

72nd min. SUBS Mexico. El Tri want to seal the result right then. Edson Alvarez, who finished the last match injured, is in for Luis Chavez.’ Piojo’ Alvarado will play on the sect in place of Uriel Antuna.

68th min. What a chance for Shamar Nicholson! He bodied a Mexican protector off the ball, but he progressed to fire as hard as he could, and the shot finished grandly.

63rd min. The first half is carrying over into the alternate half. Choppy play, numerous physical conflicts, a many Yellow cards, but many real chances. Meanwhile, Mexico bring on Santi Gimenez and Charly Rodriguez.

60th min. Yellow card to Uriel Antuna for a foul on Leon Bailey. But Bailey kicks out at Antuna from the ground grounded on the renewals. And the VAR is taking a lot of time to figure effects out.

55th min. Yellow card to Jamaica’sDi’Shon Bernard, who chops down Henry Martin from before. That is a third caution card for the Reggae Boyz.

51st min. SUB Jamaica. A alternate sub for Jamaica with a new right- reverse in the game. Javain Brown, who took aa high charge to his bottom in the first half, is replaced by Dexter Lembikisa.

46th min. Alternate half is underway. Jamaica bring on big forward Shamar Nicholsoin place of protective midfielder Kevon Lambert, who was on a Yellow card. Demarai Gray will move back into midfield.

So Mexico will have their hands full in this alternate half with Nicholson and Michail Antonio coming at them, with Gray, Bobby Reid, and Leon Bailey behind them. It’s an attacking frontal five.

Halftime Mexico 2- 0 Jamaica

Halftime: This is Mexico’s fifth game in this Gold Cup and they’ve a clear identity. They come out of the gates on fire and scored after a nanosecond had occurred. They were suitable to manage the match from there on out and set up another thing on a set piece.

But what is surprising is how Demarai Gray, Bobby Reid, and Michail Antonio have not worried Mexico except for one Demarai Gray shot that Mexico’ keeper Memo Ochoa fluently stopped. Mexico outshot Jamaica 9- 1 in the first half.

45th min: Two twinkles of cessation time.

44th min: There are no real strong attacking buildups to speak of from either platoon. Mexico just want to get to the locker room at 2- 0.

39th min: Yellow card to Jamaica’s Kevon Lambert. That is the alternate card shown to the Reggae Boyz after center- reverse Damion Lowe was carded right before the thing by Luis Chavez.

37th min: Injury cessation. Jamaica right- back Javain Brown stays down after a challenge from Orbelin Pineda who may have had his charge a bit elevated.

30th min: thing Mexico! What a free- kick by Luis Chavez with his left bottom! He puts it into the top left corner on a set- piece. He could not have hit it more. He is always a trouble with that left bottom.

27th min: cessation. The ball hits the roving spider cam above the field and the adjudicator has to order a renew. Mexico gives it right back to Jamaica.

23rd min: Chance Mexico! El Tri wins the ball in the Jamaica half and the ball winds up at the bases of Luis Chavez outside the box. He goes for the spectacular with that magical left bottom, but just misses the frame.

20th min: The match has hit a pause. Neither platoon is suitable to bother the other right now, but that is not to say they are not battling hard for the ball. Jamaica is still veritably important in play with their dangerous bushwhackers.

10th min: Chance Mexico! Luis Romo feeds Erick’ El Chiquito’ Sanchez just outside the Jamaica box and Sanchez fires it low, but Jamaica’ keeper Andre Blake tips it for a corner. Nothing comes of it.

Luis Romo is playing deep in midfield. Erick Sanchez is the midfielder pushing loftiest upfield.

7th min: It’s an violent launch to the game on both sides. But the El Tri thing has the crowd — a lower one than you’d anticipate for this Mexico in Las Vegas — doing the surge inside 10 twinkles! Foremost surge ever.

2nd min: thing Mexico! It’s a counter from Mexico after the Jamaican set- piece, and Jesus Gallardo crosses it from the left wing. Henry Martin is each alone near the penalty spot, he controls, and scores. What a launch for Mexico!

1st min: We are out. Jamaica incontinently in Mexico’s half, winning a free kick.


2 mins:  from onset brigades are on the field. We are ready for onset.

10 mins: from onset the winner of this game will face Panama in the Gold Cup final after Los Canaleros ousted the USA in a penalty kick shootout in San Diego. Mexico or Jamaica will like their chances when they see the name” Panama”, but they should not be taken smoothly.

30 mins: from onset the scene at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, where the stage is set for this compelling semifinal.

45 mins: from onset Lineups are out. Edson Alvarez isn’t at 100 percent and he starts on the bench for Mexico, which is a massive loss, although the midfield triad without him played well in those first two games.

El Tri misses out on Alvarez’s side against a strong Jamaican side, which repeats the same lineup that beat Guatemala in the quarterfinals.

1 hour, 30 mins. from onset: The last time that Jamaica faced Mexico in the semifinals of this competition, the Reggae Boyz surfaced victorious thanks in no small part to goalkeeper Andre Blake, who stood on his head. He called it the stylish transnational game of his career.

Mexico VS Jamaica lineups

Mexico director Jaime Lozano has run out his trusted lineup in this event with one exception Erick’ El Chiquito’ Sanchez replaces Edson Alvarez, whose injury against Costa Rica was serious enough to keep him out of the starting lineup. That Sanchez- Romo- Chavez triad put forth the stylish midfield performance of the event.

Mexico starting lineup( 4-3-3): 13- Guillermo Ochoa( GK) — 19- Jorge Sanchez, 3- Cesar’ El Cachorro’ Montes, 5- Johan Vasquez, 23- Jesus Gallardo — 14- Erick’ El Chiquito’ Sanchez, 7- Luis Romo, 18- Luis Chavez — 15- Uriel Antuna, 20- Henry Martin, 17- Orbelin Pineda

Mexico subs (12): 1- Jose Antonio Rodriguez (GK), 12- Luis Angel Malagon( GK), 2- Julian Araujo, 21- Israel Reyes, 22- Victor Guzman, 6- Gerardo Arteaga, 8- Carlos’ Charly’ Rodriguez, 4- Edson Alvarez, 10- Roberto Alvarado, 16- Diego Lainez, 9- Ozziel Herrera, 11- Santiago Gimenez.

Jamaica director Heimir Hallgrimsson has rotated a many positions during the event substantially along the backline, but for the match against Mexico, he is decided to go with the same starting lineup that beat Guatemala. That means 22- time-oldex-Manchester United playerDi’Shon Bernard is preferred over stager Adrian Mariappa at center- reverse.

Jamaica starting lineup( 4-4-2): 1- Andre Blake( GK) — 21- Javain Brown, 17- Damion Lowe, 6-Di’Shon Bernard, 4-Amari’i Bell — 10- Bobby Reid, 15- Joel Latibeaudiere, 3- Kevon Lambert, 7- Leon Bailey — 12- Demarai Gray, 18- Michail Antonio.

Jamaica subs (11): 13- Coniah Boyce- Clarke (GK), 23- Jahmali Waite (GK), 2- Dexter Lembikisa, 19- Adrian Mariappa, 20- Kemar Lawrence, 8- Daniel Johnson, 14- Dujuan Richards, 16- Kaheem Parris, 22- Jon Russell, 9- Cory Burke, and 11- Shamar Nicholson.

Mexico VS Jamaica live sluice, television channel

Then are the details for the live sluice and television channel to watch the Mexicovs. Jamaica semifinal for suckers grounded in the USA and Canada


  • Date: Wednesday, July 12
  • Time: 1030p.m. ET (7:30p.m. PT)
  • Television channel: FS1, Univision, TUDN
  • Streaming: Fubo, Fox Sports point/ app, TUDN point/ app

The match will be televised in the USA on FS1 (English) and Univision and TUDN (Spanish) with all three channels streaming on Fubo, which is available to new druggies on a free trial.

Subscribers to string, satellite, or telco packages can use those authenticated credentials to pierce a live sluice on the Fox Sports or TUDN point and app.


  • Date: Wednesday, July 12
  • Time: 1030p.m. ET (7:30p.m. PT)
  • Television channel: Telus Optik TV (Channel 980)
  • Streaming: Fubo Canada, One Soccer point/ app

The match will be televised in Canada on Telus Optik TV (Channel 980), where observers can watch the OneSoccer broadcast.

It’ll also be streamed on Fubo Canada, as well as on the One Soccer point and app for subscribers.



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