Mexico v Trinidad & Tobago Live Stream
Reigning CONCACAF Gold Cup champions Mexico continue their title defence against the Soca Warriors in the quarter finals, watch a free live football stream of Mexico v Trinidad & Tobago this Saturday.
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El Tricolor had a shaky start to their 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup campaign when they were beaten by eventual Group A winners Panama, but allayed fears of an early exit from the competition with comprehensive victories over Canada and Martinique. Considered to do well from the outset, Mexico are currently 7/2 second favourites to win the CONCACAF Gold Cup behind host nation USA and should be more than a match for Trinidad & Tobago. Marco Fabian has been the inspiration for Mexico, scoring in each of their three games so far and is chasing down USA’s five goal hero Chris Wondolowski for the top-scorer award.
Fronted by English Premier League star Kenwyne Jones of Stoke City, Trinidad & Tobago just made it to the quarter-finals due to scoring one more goal than El Salvador in the group stage. After drawing 2-2 with the unfotunate La Selecta, Soca Warriors lost 0-2 to Haiti putting their qualification in doubt, but they pulled off a remarkable 2-0 win over Group B winners Honduras to scrape into the knockout round. Orlando City player Kevin Molino was the hero as his goal put Trinidad & Tobago through, while Kenwyn Jones has notched two goals so far in the CONCACAF Gold Cup.
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Mexico are acknowledged as the most successful team in CONCACAF Gold Cup history with a total of six tournament wins coming in 1993, 1996, 1998, 2003, 2009 and 2011 after a 4-2 victory over USA in the final.