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 By Tom Marshall

Mexico crashes out of Gold Cup as Andre Blake backstops Jamaica to final

ESPN FC's Herculez Gomez breaks down what Mexico's loss against Jamaica means for the United States.

PASADENA, Calif. -- Three quick thoughts from Mexico's 1-0 defeat to Jamaica in the Gold Cup semifinal at the Rose Bowl on Sunday night.

1. Mexico crashes out of Gold Cup

There was shock among the 42,393 Mexico-majority in the stadium as Kemar Lawrence curled in a free kick to hand Jamaica a famous semifinal victory.

This was a brave performance from a Reggae Boyz team without a single one of their Europe-based players. The goal was a sweet sucker-punch to crown the solid defensive work earlier...

Man United edge past Real Madrid on penalties in UEFA Super Cup tune-up

With both sides combining to miss seven attempts, Man United escaped with a 2-1 penalty shootout win over Real Madrid.
The crew discuss Gerard Pique's chances of becoming Barca president someday. Plus, Shaka responds to some goalkeeping questions.

SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- Here's what we learned in Manchester United's 2-1 shootout win over Real Madrid after 90 minutes of their International Champions Cup match finished 1-1.

1. Penalties needed to separate Real and United

It was appropriate that it needed a penalty shootout -- and a bad one at that -- to separate Real Madrid and Manchester United after a 1-1 draw in Santa Clara because neither team appeared totally prepared to show their hand and go for the win, little more than two weeks...

Clint Dempsey's home state cameo sparks U.S. victory over Costa Rica

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez break down the United States' win over Costa Rica in the Gold Cup semifinals.
Clint Dempsey discusses why it means so much to him to tie the all-time goals record and to still be playing for the U.S.
Bruce Arena explains his discussions with Clint Dempsey about his role with the United States moving forward.

ARLINGTON, Texas -- The setting couldn't have been more perfect for Clint Dempsey.

There he was, in his home state, with 27 friends and family in attendance and even more from his hometown of Nacogdoches. And midway through the second half of a tense and scoreless Gold Cup semifinal against Costa Rica, the United States needed an offensive spark.

As he has so many times in the past, Dempsey delivered for the Americans, setting up Jozy Altidore's opener in the 72nd minute, and then scoring a goal...

 By Arch Bell

Record-tying Dempsey helps U.S. beat Costa Rica 2-0, reach Gold Cup final

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez break down the United States' win over Costa Rica in the Gold Cup semifinals.

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Three thoughts from the United States' 2-0 win over Costa Rica on Saturday night in the 2017 Gold Cup semifinals.

1. Dempsey sparks U.S. to victory

While it might not be quite the time yet to label Clint Dempsey as a "super sub" for the U.S. national team, he played the role with aplomb Saturday in sparking the U.S. to a 2-0 win over Costa Rica in the Gold Cup semifinals at AT&T Stadium.

The result sends the U.S. to a 10th Gold Cup final, where it will likely face familiar...

Lukaku and Rashford show promise for Man United and a two-striker system

Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford were the heroes for Man United as they defeated Man City in the first derby played on foreign soil.

HOUSTON -- Here's what we learned in Manchester United's 2-0 International Champions Cup win against Manchester City on Thursday night.

Lukaku and Rashford, a return to twin strikers?

It has been a while since twin strikers were the fashion, with false nines and solitary front men dominating the scene in recent years, but Jose Mourinho believes Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford can play together up front. The Manchester United pair backed up their manager's theory in Houston.

They both possess...

U.S. deals with nipple twisting and biting in Gold Cup win over El Salvador

FC's Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez analyze the U.S.'s narrow Gold Cup victory over El Salvador.
After an unconvincing quarterfinal win over El Salvador, Taylor Twellman is concerned by the state of the USMNT's Gold Cup.

PHILADELPHIA -- Just call it "50 Shades of Soccer." Wednesday's Gold Cup quarterfinal between the U.S. and El Salvador had just about everything. There was biting, nipple twisting and, oh, a couple of U.S. goals in a 2-0 win for the home side.

Yep, just another night in CONCACAF.

Jozy Altidore was the recipient of most of the unwanted advances, including a bite from El Salvador defender Henry Romero in the 59th minute. Romero later twisted Altidore's nipple, and both actions had the effect of incapacitating...