Gold Cup Live Semifinal 2015 : Mexico vs Panama TV Schedule Online and Preview

Two years ago, Mexico stepped down along with its CONCACAF crown with Panama taking over in a 2-1 victory during the 2013 Semifinal Gold Cup. Again, the said teams shall meet on this year’s Gold Cup Finals and the possibilities are even more unpredictable.

This year’s Gold Cup final is a come-back season for Mexico after the tragic 2013 defeat made it to surrender the crown to the American opponent. El Tri’s luck to be qualified for the upcoming Gold Cup Final this year is mainly attributed by the public to the charm and positive vibes spurred by the installment of El Tri’s new coach Miguel Herrera.

Despite the fact that the squad got a “B” during the group stage exit from the Copa America, the coach firmly stood his ground stating that “a place in the finals would be the team’s topmost priority.”
El Tri was in perilous scenes prior to the arrival of its savior-coach Herrera, the team almost seeming to have been unqualified for the World Cup two years ago if it were not for the luck and optimistic spirit the coach had shed that led the team to that significant playoff which eventually secured it to the World Cup. The positive influence of Herrera to the Mexican team is quite strong that it now sees itself avenging for the forthcoming game against the United States.

Further, Herrera described the winning the 2015 World Cup as more of an “obligation” – that is going beyond being merely inspired to win but to actually consider winning as the team’s only option.
Despite the obstacles set by Guatemala and a 4-4 draw against Trinidad and Tobago, Mexico withstood its ground against Costarica in being this year’s Quarterfinalists. Strikers Oribe Peralta and Carlos Vela lacked the merest of touches in front of the goal to score. After having complained so much about referee decisions throughout the game, Herra earned the most controversial issue just after Perlata was claimed fouled for some touches. Andres Guardado got the team keeping up the match by being converted from the spot.
Despite earning the public’s side, predictions arise that Mexico will still find it hard to avenge itself against Panama. Noting the smooth entry of the latter to the 2013 Gold Cup Final against New Zealand which eventually led them to the country’s First World Cup. Coming face to face with Mexico, both teams are at odds upon eyeing the Gold Cup. Panama’s strength lies in its incredible forward partnership between Blas Perez and Luis Tejada. Mexico’s team, on the other hand, is believed to have this greater strength and depth that would keep them running to the final minute of the game in the midst of inevitable bouts of fatigue.

To date, the predicted score would be 1-o, in favor of Mexico. The game can be viewed live at Georgia Dome Atlanta on July 22 at 9:00 in the evening.

Mexico vs Panama Gold Cup Live Stream is on Fox Sports Go. Mexico vs Panama Gold Cup 2015 tv channel schedule is on Fox Sports 1.

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