Gold Cup 2021: Who will be Mexico's opponent in the quarter finals?


Those led by Gerardo Martino will seek to win the trophy of the Concacaf contest.

After a match suffered against El Salvador and position itself as the leader of Group A, Mexico already knows its next rival in the framework of the 2021 Gold Cup Quarterfinals.

According to official information, Gerardo "Tata" Martino will face their counterpart from Honduras. This team finished second in Group D.

The quarterfinals will be played on Saturday and Sunday so that the four of us can advance to the Gold Cup final over the weekend.

With the two best of the four groups in this edition of the Gold Cup, the eight teams present in the Quarterfinals were established.

The teams that will participate in the Quarterfinals are the following: Mexico, United States, El Salvador, Qatar, Jamaica, Canada, Honduras, and Costa Rica.

The confrontation has already taken place and will be played in the United States next weekend.

One of the teams that have improved in recent years, the United States, will face Jamaica. On the other hand, Costa Rica will face Canada, and the host country, Qatar, will face El Salvador.

This week, the straight-end games will begin in the Gold Cup, where teams will have to explain their passing in just 90 minutes. In the event of a tie, we will be complemented by a fine shootout.

The games will be two on Saturday and two on Sunday.

El Salvador vs. Qatar will open the quarterfinals; they will do it at 6:30 p.m., while at night, Mexico will play against Honduras.

For Sunday, Costa Rica and Canada will do it at 6:30 p.m. The United States and Jamaica will define the last semifinalist for their part.

You can see all the games completely live on the TUDN signal; in addition to those of the Mexican team, they will also be broadcast on TV Azteca. You can also follow everything that happened by MARCA Claro.

The tricolor will be played at Phoenix Stadium, Arizona, and will be a full undercard on Saturday.

The venue for Sunday's games will be AT&T Stadium in the city of Dallas.


The group stage of the 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup has concluded. Mexico advanced in first place from group A, so it is already waiting for a rival for the quarterfinals, which will be defined between Honduras, Qatar, and Panama this Tuesday night.

The excellent news for Gerardo Martino's team is that Concacaf issued a statement authorizing the participating teams to register new players for the tournament's final phase, as long as they are replacements for a medical issue and are among the shortlisted players before the joust began.

Due to this decision of the confederation, based mainly on the positive cases to COVID-19 that some teams have, the Mexican team will be able to replace the loss due to the injury of Chucky Lozano and have a new footballer from the next phase.

The player who will join the squad that plays the tournament in the United States will be Rodolfo Pizarro because, according to information from ESPN, the Inter Miami footballer is the one chosen by the Tata Martino coaching staff to try to meet the technical conditions of Hirving Lozano.

This selection is possible because Rodolfo Pizarro is one of the players who was on Mexico's preliminary list to play in the competition. It was made up of 60 players, including Javier Hernández and Santiago Giménez, among others.