Mexico, Martinique seek strong finishes in Group A
Mexican duo Roberto Carlos Alvarado (at left) and Raul Jimenez celebrate after scoring against Canada on June 19, 2019 at the Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado.
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CHARLOTTE, North Carolina – Group A of the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup will come to a conclusion on Sunday night when Mexico tangles with Martinique at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Mexico sits atop the group with a perfect 2W-0D-0L record and will look to secure a first-place finish against a Martinique side that remains alive for a berth in the Gold Cup quarterfinals.

El Tricolor is coming off an impressive 3-1 win over Canada in which MF and captain Andres Guardado notched a brace to tie him with Zague as Mexico’s all-time leading Gold Cup scorer.

Yet Martinique will present a unique challenge for Mexico, as Les Matinino are brimming with confidence after a 3-0 win over Cuba.

FW Kevin Fortune was a force in the victory against the Cubans, scoring a goal and collecting a pair of assists. Combined with FW Kevin Parsemain, it is a duo that will present plenty of challenges for Mexico’s back line.

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22.06.2019
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