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Down Goes Mexico

They struggled to beat Cuba, they lost to Honduras, and now Mexico needs to beat group leader Panama on Wednesday in Houston to secure a spot in the Gold Cup quarterfinals. A tie might work, as well, but prevent them from winning the group. Worst-case scenario for tournament organizers: Mexico somehow finishes third and faces the United States in the early elimination round at Foxborough.

For Mexican lowlights/Honduran highlights.....

By Steve Goff  |  June 11, 2007; 9:40 AM ET
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