Gold Cup: the United States score after … 20 seconds!

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The United States scored the fastest goal in their history on Sunday against Canada (1-0) in the Gold Cup. Shaquell Moore found the loophole after 20 seconds of play, bringing success to his team.

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The United States advanced to the Gold Cup quarter-finals by beating Canada 1-0 on Sunday in Kansas City with a goal after just 20 seconds, the fastest in history. Shaquell Moore scored the goal, his very first for the national team, on an assist from Sebastian Lletget, and the USA team kept that advantage until the end of the game, finishing first in Group B of the premier competition. of the Confederation of North America, Central America and the Caribbean (Concacaf).

The Canadians, who had already qualified before this Sunday setback, have always been looking for a victory on the soil of their neighbors since 1957. The United States will face in the quarterfinals the 2nd of Group C (either Costa Rica or the Jamaica), and Canada will meet the leader of this pool C.

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Mexico also in quarters

Mexico also qualified for the quarter-finals by dominating El Salvador 1-0, Sunday in Dallas (United States). Luis Rodriguez scored the winning goal in the 26th minute, which put the Mexicans in first place in Group A with seven points. El Salvador (6 points) are also qualified, while Trinidad and Tobago and Guatemala are eliminated.

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The top two from each of the four groups qualify for the quarter-finals (July 24-25). Qualifiers from Group A will face those from Group D in Glendale (Arizona), while those from Pools B and C will meet in Arlington (Texas). The semi-finals will take place on July 29 in Houston and Austin, Texas. The final will take place on August 1 in Paradise, near Las Vegas, Nevada.

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