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SEATTLE -- Canada saw its hopes of qualifying for the Gold Cup playoff round fade Thursday night in a 2-0 loss to Mexico. Canada fell to 0-2 and, with only one round-robin game remaining, will be hard-pressed to advance. Mexico evened its record at 1-1 before a pro-Mexican crowd of 28,354 at CenturyLink Field. Raul Jimenez, in the first half, Marco Fabian, on a penalty-kick in the second, scored for Mexico. The Mexicans atoned for an upset loss to Panama in their first game. Despite Seattles proximity to Canada, the Canadians were clearly the visiting side. Mexicos supporters vastly outnumbered Canadians in the crowd. Every section of the stadium was flush with fans in green jerseys, with many sporting Mexican flags. Most of Canadas fans occupied a small corner of the stadium. Despite the joyous atmosphere, both teams entered the game in difficult circumstances. Canada is attempting to rebuilding its struggling squad in wake of a humiliating 8-1 loss to Honduras in World Cup qualifying last year. Meanwhile, Mexican coach Jose Manuel (Chepo) de la Torre has come under fire as a result of his teams opening loss to Panama and a 1-0-5 record in World Cup qualifying. Reports have speculated that he will be fired unless Mexico wins its third consecutive Gold Cup. Both Canadas and Mexicos tasks became more difficult when Panama beat Martinique earlier Thursday. The win gave Panama a perfect 2-0 mark and assured it will advance to the knock-out stage regardless of how it fares against Mexico in the final round-robin game for both teams on Sunday. Canadian interim coach Colin Miller opted to continue with goalkeeper Milan Borjan after he gave up a last-minute goal in the loss to Martinique. But Miller was forced to shuffle other parts of his lineup after midfielder Russell Teibert missed the game due to an illness picked up earlier this week and captain Will Johnson (illness) and striker Simeon Jackson (club commitment) left the club along with reserve striker Randy Edwini-Bonsu (injury.) Canada spent much of the first half hoping for a quick counter attack while often folding five or six players back to defend. However, the Mexicans still found space, recording five shots on goal and earning seven corner-kicks. Canada mustered just two shots while forcing three corner-kicks. Borjan was tested early as he two-fisted away a free kick from Fabian from just outside the corner of the Canadian box. A little while later, Canada had a chance but Marcus Habers close-range shot from a sharp angle was stopped. In the 21st minute, Borjan was injured as he collided with Jimenez as they raced to a loose ball. The Canadian keeper was tended by trainers, who bent and unbent his right leg a few times, but he stayed in the game. Haber had a scoring chance in the 29th minute as Mexican goalkeer Jonathan Orozco dove to stop his header off a Kyle Bekker free kick. Jimenez gave Mexico a 1-0 lead on a header in the 42nd minute as Jorge Enriquez flicked a corner-kick onto him. The corner-kick resulted after Borjan robbed Marquez from about 10 yards out after an errant bounce off a Canadian defender. It was Jimenezs first career goal at the senior international level. He is new to the national squad this year. Canada started the second half with a new striker as Tosaint Ricketts replaced Haber, but the change had little impact. Fabian gave Mexico a 2-0 lead on a penalty-kick in the 57th minute as Canadian defender David Edgar was whistled for tripping him slightly in the box. Goalkeeper Borjan guessed the wrong way as Fabian rolled in a shot to the opposite corner of the net. The infraction came a day after Edgar spoke of the importance of staying disciplined at the back. Later, Edgar was lucky only to get a yellow card after he delivered a kick from behind to Jimenezs mid-section after the ball had left the vicinity. Marcel De Jong had a chance to put Canada on the scoreboard just before three minutes of added time, but Mexican goalkeeper Jonathan Orozco thwarted his free kick. Notes: Mexico lost Jorge Enriquez to an apparent hamstring injury early in the second half. ... Canadas Keven Aleman, 19, earned his first senior international cap as he subbed on for Kyle Bekker in the second half. Aleman also had the option of playing for Costa Rica, where he was born, but chose to suit up for Canada instead. ... Unlike most FIFA-sanctioned matches, the game was played on artificial turf. CONCACAF opted not to use a temporary grass overlay like the one used here in June for Vancouver Whitecaps-Seattle Sounders MLS game and a U.S.-Panama World Cup qualifier. Both MLS and FIFA have given CenturyLink Fields artificial turf negative reviews, but still permitted games to be played on it. Nike Rn Distance 2 Mens . Clarkson had been dealing with an elbow injury in early January and will be out of action for at least one week. He has three goals and five assists through 36 games with the Leafs this season. Saucony Shadow 6000 Sale . After a first half in which he thought "the lid was on the basket," the Toronto Raptors coach watched his squad mount a second half surge to defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers 98-91. http://www.iviloan.com/ .com) - The Edmonton Oilers and Vancouver Canucks both take aim at their first wins of the season on Saturday, as the Canucks open their home slate at Rogers Arena. Womens Saucony Jazz Original Retro Sneakers Red White Blue . Most important, perhaps, it went off without a hitch. Organizers poked a little fun at the now-infamous opening ceremony gaffe that saw only four out of five snowflakes open up into rings, leaving the Olympics logo one ring short. Saucony Jazz Original Red . "It doesnt get any better than that," Giambi said. "Im speechless." The Indians are roaring toward October. Giambi belted a two-run, pinch-hit homer with two outs in the ninth inning to give Cleveland a shocking 5-4 win over the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday night, keeping the Indians up with the lead pack in the AL wild-card race. CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- JaQuan Newton shook off his first half shooting woes and helped lead Miami to another early-season win.Newton scored 16 of his game-high 18 points in the second half as the Hurricanes defeated Penn, 74-62, on Saturday afternoon.My approach was the same way as the first half, Newton said. Unfortunately, I wasnt making any shots in the first half. I just wanted to take better shots in the second half, open shots to get me going.After shooting 1 of 8 from the field in the first half, Newton converted five of his eight attempts and five-of-six free throws in the second half.The Hurricanes (3-0) were never threatened after a 16-3 run midway through the second half. Consecutive 3-pointers from D.J. Valsijevic and Bruce Brown capped the surge and increased Miamis lead to 59-38 with 10:28 remaining in the half.That was definitely the tale of two halves, Miami coach Jim Larranaga said. In the first half we were challenging the defense rather than attacking and sharing the ball. I tried to explain to the team at halftime we werent finding the open man.Brown finished with 15 points and Davon Reed, Valsijevic and Dewan Huell scored 11 points each for the Hurricanes, who experienced their first deficit of the season when the Quakers ran off eight unanswered points for an 8-4 lead early in the game. Miami opened the season with lopsided victories over Western Carolina and North Florida.It was good for us, Larranaga said of Penns early lead. It was a good challenge -- a very different kind of team. You can see how they move on offense. They really share the ball.Playing a team like that is very different than playing the teams weve played so far and even some of the teams were going to play a little later on in the season.A.J. Brodeur scored 16 points to lead the Quakers (1-1). Caleb Wood shot 4-of-5 from the field and was Pennns second double figure scorer with 11 points.dddddddddddd.I liked how we competed, particularly in the first half, Penn coach Steve Donahue said. We got very casual during that stretch with the ball that they made that big run put it up by 20. But besides that I thought we competed.STARTER SIDELINED: Miami sophomore center Ebuka Izundu sat out Saturdays game because of a sprain to his lower left extremity he suffered in Miamis victory over North Florida on Wednesday. Larranaga said he will know better on Izundus status Monday.ROOKIE CONTRIBUTIONS: Huell and Valsijevic continue to contribute offensively. The freshmen have scored in double figures in Miamis first three games.BIG PICTUREMiami: junior guard Rashad Muhammad served the final game of his three-game suspension because of a violation of team rules. Muhammad played his first two seasons at San Jose State and sat out the 2015-16 season in compliance with transfer rules.Penn: the Quakers are 65-95 all-time against ACC schools. Saturdays game was Penns first against a school from the conference since its 85-55 loss against Duke on January 1, 2012. The Quakers last victory against an ACC opponent was their 79-74 victory over Georgia Tech November 19, 2001.UP NEXTMiami: the Hurricanes will face Stanford in the first round of the AdvoCare Invitational Thanksgiving Day in Orlando. Tip-off is at 2:30 p.m. Miami and Stanford previously met in the 2015 NIT Championship, which the Cardinal won, 66-64, in overtime.Penn: the Quakers continue their heavy early-season road schedule against Central Connecticut State Tuesday night. Penns first four games are on the road before their home opener against defending national champion Villanova Nov. 29 at the Palestra. Jerseys NFL China Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Authentic Jerseys From China Cheap Jerseys 2018 Cheap Jerseys 2020 Jerseys Wholesale ' ' '

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