Georgia Dome (Atlanta, Georgia) will be hosting on 20st July 2013 at 00:35 (CET), an CONCACAF Gold Cup, Quarterfinals between Mexico and Trinidad & Tobago.
Mexico started started the competition with a loss against Panama (1-2) in the opening match of the Gold Cup. But, manager Jose de la Torre, did a good job and the team came back again with two precious victories against Canada (2-0) and Martinique (3-1). Nevertheless, the fans and players alike will be eager to book a possible rematch with Panama in the semifinals. Scoring in all 3 matches, Marco Fabian has been the most active player in front of goal so far.
Trinidad & Tobago finished in the second in Group B on virtue of goal advantage and will be glad of having made it to this point in the tournament. A well-fought 2-2 draw with El Salvador in their opener gave way to a disappointing 0-2 loss to Haiti in the following match. It recovered well, defeating Honduras 2-0 in its final match and earning a chance to take on Mexico, which it drew with in its most recent meeting during 2010 World Cup Qualifiers. Stoke City strike Kenwyne Jones, has been on the scoreboard twice and will look to boost his tally against an uncharacteristically inconsistent Mexican side.
Match Details and Timings:
Mexico vs Trinidad and Tobago
Football: 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup, Quarterfinals
Match date: Saturday 20 July 2013
Kick Off Time: 00:35 CET - 22:35 GMT
Stadium: Georgia Dome (Atlanta, Georgia)