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Despite losses, Honduras holding on

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 By Jason Davis

United States lacking vs. Honduras, bailed out by Dempsey, Guzan

There was absolutely nothing convincing about it, but the United States opened their Gold Cup defense with a 2-1 win over Honduras in a hot and humid Frisco, Texas, on Tuesday night. The second-best team for most of the 90 minutes, the Americans should be counting their blessings as they move on to the second game of the group stage against Haiti on Friday.

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GK Brad Guzan, 7 -- An all-around pretty solid...

Clint Dempsey's carries U.S. to Gold Cup win with brace vs. Honduras

United States head coach Jurgen Klinsmann believes goalkeeper Brad Guzan is starting to bounce back after a tough end to his Premier League season.

FRISCO, Texas -- Clint Dempsey scored in both halves as the United States held on to start its 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup campaign on a winning note, beating Honduras 2-1 in front of an overflow crowd of 22,357 at Toyota Stadium. Here are three quick thoughts on the match.

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1. The U.S. rode its luck

In the days leading up to the curtain-raiser, U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann and his players talked about the importance of taking the game to a Honduran team that was expected to play defensively from the...

Jose Juan Vazquez stars for Mexico in shaky match vs. Honduras

Mexico striker Javier Hernandez broke his collarbone as Mexico and Honduras settled for a goalless draw in their friendly match in Houston.
Mexico's Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez broke his collarbone in a friendly against Honduras.

Worries continue to mount for Mexico before the start of the Gold Cup. The team hasn't won in its past seven matches and star striker Javier Hernandez appears to be doubtful for the upcoming tournament after leaving Mexico's 0-0 draw with Honduras with a collarbone injury.

Wednesday night proved that with a more defensive and physical approach, a squad like Honduras can scrape by against Mexico. Los Catrachos did an excellent job absorbing El Tri's attack and shut down Mexico with their aggressive...

 By Tom Marshall

Hernandez injured as Mexico draw against physical Honduras

Mexico's Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez broke his collarbone in a friendly against Honduras.

HOUSTON -- Mexico finalized preparation for the Gold Cup with a 0-0 tie against Honduras in a scrappy game overshadowed by an injury to Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez. Here are three observations from Houston's NRG Stadium.

1. Chicharito injury a major concern for El Tri

Striker Hernandez has looked one of Mexico's brightest players since the team got together in Mexico City to prepare for the Gold Cup and had finally wrestled the starting spot back from Oribe Peralta. Now there is a good chance...

Honduras has potential to serve Mexico another embarrassment

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop feels that Mexico will claim the 2015 Gold Cup crown over the United States.

To a certain extent, Honduras was the forgotten CONCACAF team in last year's World Cup, although that makes sense considering the team's performance was entirely forgettable. The Catrachos lost all three games in group play, falling to France, Ecuador and Switzerland. That was even worse than the team's previous performance in the 2010 edition of the tournament, where they actually managed a draw against the Swiss. Honduras has yet to win a single match in the sport's most prestigious tournament....

 By Tom Marshall

Honduras boss Jorge Luis Pinto sets sights on CONCACAF Gold Cup

Jorge Luis Pinto and his Honduras side will meet the United States on July 7 in their Gold Cup opener.

HOUSTON -- Almost exactly one year ago, Colombian Jorge Luis Pinto became the first coach since Bruce Arena with the U.S. in 2002 to lead a CONCACAF nation to the quarterfinals of the World Cup.

How things have changed for him since. Instead of being given the chance to build on his final-eight finish with Costa Rica at Brazil 2014, an ugly and bitter divorce ensued, but Pinto returned to coaching with Honduras in December. When you listen to him speak at length, you can't help feeling CONCACAF's...