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Mexico vs Panama Prediction Gold Cup Semi Final 22 July

Mexico vs Panama Prediction Gold Cup Semi Final 22 July. Almost two years to the day from Panama to Mexico surprised with a 2-1 victory in the semifinals of the Gold Cup, the two teams will meet again with a place in the end
of the line, and the stakes, possibly even more. That defeat in 2013, just two weeks after the teams had met with the same result in the group stage, cane in the middle of what was a dark year for Mexico. In addition to the soft resignation of his crown of CONCACAF, the Tri came close calamitously failed to qualify for the World Cup.     (Mexico vs Costa Rica ) It was not until the appointment of Miguel Herrera as coach at the end of the year that darkness was lifted and place of Mexico in Brazil was secured through a tiebreaker.

Mexico vs Panama Prediction Gold Cup Semi Final 22 July

Once at the World Cup, despite other way round-of-16, the feel good factor continued thanks to some positive play and charisma Herrera on the bench. Everything looked set for 2015 will be a great year, in  which Mexico could reassert itself as the dominant force in the CONCACAF Gold Cup recovering and will lead the United States in the final Instead, it felt far more like 2013. First was a group stage of the Copa America, where Mexico had taken a squadron “B” output, but Herrera had insisted repeatedly that a place in the final It was theirs for the taking. And the tide of opinion is turning against Herrera, especially after some politically themed tweets on the eve of elections. Still, it was the Gold Cup, where clear priorities lied.

In 2013, Jose Manuel “Chepo” de la Torre almost survived earlier departure of the Gold Cup in Mexico since 2005, but for Herrera, who has described took home the trophy as an “obligation” that nothing but victory certainly mean the end of a mandate that not long ago promised so much. Four games, he and his team have held their scope. The failure to top their group after being frustrated by Guatemala and then repeatedly found wanting by Trinidad and Tobago in an absurd meant a 4-4 draw quarterfinals with the World Cup quarterfinals last year Costa Rica. After a bad first half, Mexico began to assert itself after the break, but the front Oribe Peralta and Carlos Vela desperately missing one clinical touch in front of goal to capitalize. A shootout seemed on the cards until Herrera, who has complained repeatedly and hollowly frequency on referee decisions throughout the tournament, became the beneficiary of a huge wake controversy when Peralta was adjudged to have been fouled after only the smallest of details. Andres Guardado converted from the point of keeping Mexico, simply, of course. ibtimes

But they will head into the semifinal with Panama with any area of ​​the face, with the exception of Guillermo Ochoa in goal, inspiring confidence. Diego Reyes, Francisco “Maza” Rodriguez and Yasser Corona again looked vulnerable against Costa Rica; Hector Herrera, on which so many hopes rest now with reason, has failed to regain his form Porto; and Vela has not done enough to erase the memories of his long self-imposed international exile. Panama, then, is unlikely to be intimidated by the task of once again going against Mexico in the semifinals. However, is the progress of the last four has also been far from smooth. One of the forces of growth in CONCACAF, Panama continued until his execution for the 2013 end of the Gold Cup coming within seconds of winning a playoff with New Zealand to go to the first World Cup in the country, only to concede two goals to leave the United States and Mexico. In this Gold Cup, however, they are yet to win a game. After three draws 1-1 at the group stage, the team of Hernan Dario Gomez made four consecutive being pegged back games for Trinidad and Tobago in their quarter-final
on Sunday. After 120 minutes, nine rounds of sanctions against Panama finally prevailed thanks to a decisive, spectacular stop LA Galaxy goalkeeper Penedo took Jaimie.

Match Prediction:

Mexico will be the Winner

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