Concacaf Nations League Final: An Opportunity For The US To Take Revenge of 2019 Gold Cup Final From Mexico
The United States men’s national football team will take on Mexico in the final of Concacaf and they are the bitter rivals. While the US team is confident of winning the first-ever National League championship, the rival Mexico team is also ready to give a tough fight. But there is a similarity between both the teams. Both have struggled to reach the final.
How did the United States team reach the final?
Gregg Berhalter’s team emerged victorious in the last match with a last-minute goal. Jordan Siebatcheu shot the ball in the net at the 89th minute of the game and took his team to the final where they will face a formidable rival, Mexico.
How did the Mexico team reach the final?
Here the Mexico team could be called lucky as it emerged victorious from a penalty shootout against Costa Rica on Thursday. It was a very crucial match for Mexico but it was settled with penalty strokes. But the Mexico team did a great job by emerging victorious.
Comparison between both the contestants….
Considering the bitter rivalry between the United States men’s football team and that of Mexico, the upcoming match will be must-see stuff for all football fans. But both the teams had met before when Mexico beat the US team.
It was the Gold Cup final in 2019 when the United States men’s football team played against Mexico but was defeated by a narrow margin of 1-0. The United States couldn’t score any goal and nor could it prevent its counterpart from taking a lead.
In today’s match, soccer fans could expect revenge from the United States but the Mexican team shouldn’t be taken lightly. The final match will be played at 9 p.m. Eastern, 6 p.m. Pacific at Empower Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado.
It can be viewed on CBS Sports Network (English), TUDN (Spanish), Univision (Spanish). Live streaming will be available at Paramount+ (App/Website), TUDN (App/Website), fuboTV (Free trial).