USA and Mexico have lit up the stadium each time they have gone out to duel. Read the full article to know how to live stream USA vs Mexico.
USA booked their place in the Concacaf Gold Cup final in a dominant fashion. At first, the country finished first in the group stage, then overwhelmed Jamaica and Qatar 1-0.
Mexico have been on a winning spree in the last few games and had a similar fate as the USA. After finishing first in their respective group, El Tri got a 3-0 win over Honduras and 2-1 over Canada to book a berth in the final.
When is the Concacaf Gold Cup final?
The big final will go down at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada, on August 1 (Sunday). The game will kick start at 8:30 pm ET.
How to live stream USA vs Mexico Concacaf Gold Cup final?
Fubo TV and Sling are your go-to options to watch the Concacaf Gold Cup final USA vs Mexico live stream. On television, you can catch the game on FS1 and Univision.
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Mexico, the reigning Gold Cup champs, are the favorites to win the contest by a close margin. We predict a 1-0 win for Tata Martino’s men. This might be amusing to some soccer fans who can cite the outcome of the last clash in June that saw the US grab the victory against Mexico 3-2.
But things change when it comes to finals. Mexico have been unbeaten like the Americans, but their goal-scoring rate has been much higher.
Tata Martino has breathed fresh air among El Tri. Since becoming the coach on January 7, 2019, Martino notched a sublime 27-3-5 record with Mexico.
Moreover, the team also reached the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup title, Nations League Final, and Sunday’s Gold Cup decider under Tata’s coaching.
Martino backs his players
Tata Martino was not having any of it when pouring in his thoughts on the last game against Canada.
“We had four clear chances after [Canada tied it], that’s more than enough to think we deserved to win the game. I would love to dominate every game for 90 minutes, but you can’t always do that,” the El Tri coach said after his team won 2-1 in a thrilling, nail-biting finish.
When asked about why Salcedo took the penalty, Martino said that the players decide on the field.
“Salcedo had all of the support from his teammates and from [the coaching staff]. He had the confidence to take the shot and it was saved. It was relevant to the game, but I have no comment on the kick taker.”
Nonetheless, the football community was in awe of the Mexican team that pulled off a great win at the end to set up the final against familiar rivals – USMNT.