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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Mexico game at Gold Cup was fixed, says Panama FA chief Pedro Chaluja

ESPN FC's John Sutcliffe and Tom Marshall review all of the controversial moments in Mexico's 2-1 victory over Panama in the Gold Cup semifinals.
Mexico defeated Panama 2-1 in the semifinals of the Pan American Games.

Panama Football Federation president Pedro Chaluja believes his side's controversial 2-1 loss to Mexico was fixed, and has called on FIFA and CONCACAF to examine possible match-fixing at the Gold Cup.

Chaluja said Costa Rica joined Panama's petition to ask FIFA's regional governing body to investigate, and said they had the support of interim CONCACAF president Alfredo Hawit.

 "Their president, Hawit, has expressed his support for us," Chaluja said in a news conference. "It is not just...

 By Tom Marshall

Costa Rica manager Paulo Wanchope confident his side can defeat Mexico

The ESPN FC crew preview Sunday's Gold Cup quarterfinal between Mexico and Costa Rica.

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Costa Rica coach Paulo Wanchope is adamant his side can overcome Mexico on Sunday in the Gold Cup quarterfinals at MetLife Stadium, but he's keeping his game plan closely guarded.

"There are many ways [to hurt Mexico]," said 38-year-old Wanchope in an exclusive interview with ESPN FC. "Obviously, I'm not going to express what we feel, see and analyze, due to respect."

The former Derby County striker did, however, go on to hint that the balance in Mexico's side hasn't been...

Gold Cup Forecaster: Knockout-round, title projections for each team

Jurgen Klinsmann and the U.S. are Gold Cup title favorites over Miguel Herrera and Mexico heading into the knockout round.
Jurgen Klinsmann and the U.S. are Gold Cup title favorites over Miguel Herrera and Mexico heading into the knockout round.

With the 2015 Gold Cup group stage complete, the quarterfinal bracket is set, which allows ESPN's Soccer Power Index (SPI) to project the entire knockout stage.

While the three favorites -- the United States, Mexico and Costa Rica -- remain in the same order as they were prior to the tournament, the group results have significantly shifted the odds.

Here's our SPI-simulated forecast of every team's advancement and title odds, followed by key stats from the group stage and an in-depth look at the Americans' potential road to the championship.

Knockout-stage projections

SPI simulated each knockout game 10,000 times, resulting in the numbers below.

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