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234dJeff Carlisle

Mexico delivers harsh lessons to the USMNT

The United States' Gold Cup campaign was always going to be about absorbing tough lessons, and boy did the ones delivered in Sunday's final hurt.

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235dTom Marshall

Martino: Mexico must stop Pulisic to win Gold Cup

Mexico coach Gerardo "Tata" Martino says he believes stopping U.S. forward Christian Pulisic is essential to El Tri winning the Gold Cup on Sunday.

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235dJeff Carlisle

Berhalter expects tense, heated Gold Cup final

Sunday's Gold Cup final against Mexico is a great opportunity to see where the U.S. stacks up against the region's best team, Gregg Berhalter says.

236dTom Marshall

Mexico fans urged again to stop anti-gay chant

Mexico fans are being asked to stop a controversial goalkeeper chant for Sunday's CONCACAF Gold Cup final against the United States on Sunday.

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238dJeff Carlisle

U.S. have work to do for Mexico final - coach

U.S. manager Gregg Berhalter said his team's 3-1 victory over Jamaica in the semifinals of the Gold Cup was a "step in the right direction."

Jeff Carlisle U.S. soccer correspondent 

The U.S. players salute the fans. After enduring a one hour and 28-minute weather delay, they deserve it.

Jeff Carlisle U.S. soccer correspondent 

The U.S. men's national team booked a spot in the 2019 Gold Cup final with a 3-1 victory over Jamaica. Goals from Weston McKennie and Christian Pulisic - sandwiched around a one hour and 28-minute weather delay – put the U.S. in control. But the Reggae Boyz fought back through Shamar Nicholson's 69th minute strike, and generated enough momentum to make an equalizer look possible. But Pulisic made the game safe in the 87th minute, pouncing another rebound – this time from a Paul Arriola shot – and the Americans spot in the final was secure. The U.S. will now face bitter rivals Mexico in the final this Sunday at Chicago's Soldier Field.