2012 CONCACAF FUTSAL CHAMPIONSHIPGAME NOTES - MATCH DAY 2
by Steven Torres
- CONCACAF Director of Information Services
Ciudad de Guatemala, GUATEMALA; Domo Polideportivo - 03.07.2012 CANADA USA
This is the third meeting between the two teams, with the USA winning the last two encounters, while outscoring Canada 15:3
However, it is the first time the North American rivals are facing off in CONCACAF play
In their last meeting, three goals by Joel Shanker led the Stars & Stripes to a 5:3 win over visiting Maple Leafs during the 2003 Futsal Goal Cup in Anaheim, California
The USA is coming off a 5:2 defeat at the hands of Panama in the Group A opener on Monday
The loss is the 12th consecutive (overall) for the Stars & Stripes
Meanwhile, Canada dropped a 7:3 decision to tournament host Guatemala in their group encounter. CANADA USAs Last Meeting
2003 Futsal Goal Cup
05.12.2003: Anaheim, California USA; Anaheim Convention Center (A: 250)
USA CANADA 5:3 (3:2)
Steve BUTCHER 3; Joel SHANKER 16, 20, 22; Don DAMBRA 35 Steffan HOLDT 9; Geordie LYALL 20; Jason JORDAN 22
USA: Otto Orf Omid Namazi, Sean Bowers, Steve Butcher, Johnny Torres.
Subs: Kevin Sloan, Jeff DiMaria, Doug Miller, Pat Morris, Don DAmbra, Joel Shanker. Booked: none
TD: Keith TOZER
CAN: Glen Gehlert Geordie Lyall, Patrick Leduc, Kyriakos Selaidopoulos, Chris Sarantopoulos.
Subs: Bradley Daviss - William DeSilva, Alfredo Valente, Kurt Bosch, Steffan Holdt, Tiarnan King, Sean Fraser, Jason Jordan, Nico Craveiro. Booked: none
TD: Ross ONGARO
R1: Carlos DEL CID (GUA), R2: Emilio DONGU (MEX)GUATEMALA - PANAMA
This is the second time these two meet at Ciudad de Guatemalas Domo Polideportivo, with the host posting a 12:3 victory, in the last encounter, during the Central American qualifying to the 2007 Pan American Games
Manuel Adrian Aristondo and Erick Acevedo scored three goals each in the Chapines victory
Guatemala is coming off a 7:3 triumph against Canada in their Group A encounter on Monday
Forward Humberto Armando Escobar led the offense with four goals, which is the most by a Guatemalan player in a CONCACAF Futsal Tournament match
The Chapines extended their unbeaten streak in CONCACAF tournament play to six games
Meanwhile, Panama opened Group A by earning its first-ever victory over the USA, 5:2
Forward Miguel Lasso scored four times, which is a record for the Canaleros in a CONCACAF Futsal match. GUATEMALA PANAMAs Last Meeting
Central American Qualifying 2007 Pan American Games
07.03.2007: Ciudad de Guatemala, GUATEMALA; Domo Polideportivo (A: 3500)
GUATEMALA PANAMA 12:3 (3:2)
Erick Alejandro CORONADO 9, 26; Manuel Adrian ARISTONDO 17, 37, 39; Erick ACEVEDO 19, 37, 38; Alvaro CORONADO 51; Jaime Estuardo DE LEON 36, 36; Carlos Eduardo ESTRADA 39 Miguel LASSO 9; Juan MURILLO 20; Alquis ALVARADO 37
GUA: Carlos Merida Manuel Adrian Aristondo, Erick Coronado, Erick Acevedo, Jaime Estuardo De Leon.
Subs: Alvaro Coronado, Aldo De Leon, Carlos Eduardo Estrada, Oliver Lopez, Reinaldo Rosales. Booked: Lopez 34
TD: Carlos Eduardo ESTRADA
PAN: Jose Victoria Juan Murillo, Augusto Harrison, Moises Williams, Apolinar Galvez.
Subs: Alquis Alvarado, Miguel Lasso, Carlos Perez, Gilberto Rangel, Gilberto Salas. Booked: Rangel 16, Murillo 25, Galvez 36
TD: Porfirio REBOLLEDO
R1: Vladimir MASO (CUB), R2: Jorge RUIZ (CRC)Group A Previous Results
02.07.2012: Ciudad de Guatemala, GUATEMALA; Domo Polideportivo (A: 2510)
USA PANAMA 2:5 (1:3)
Bryan PEREZ 16; Kraig CHILES 27 Miguel LASSO 6, 14, 16, 39; Alquis ALVARADO 40
USA: 12-Danny Waltman 4-Bryan Perez, 7-Ptah Myers, 11-Matthew Stewart-C, 13-Machel Millwood.
Subs: 2-Kraig Chiles, 3-Kevin Teneyck, 6-Nelson Santana, 8-Bato Radoncic, 9-Patrick Healey, 10-Angel Rivillo. Booked: Myers 11
TD: Keith TOZER
PAN: 1-Jose Victoria 3-Oscar Hinks, 5-Fernando Mena, 9-Miguel Lasso, 10-Alquis Alvarado-C.
Subs: 4-Augusto Harrison, 7-Claudio Gaspar Goodridge, 8-Carlos Gabriel Perez, 11-Apolinar Galvez, 14-Enrique Valdes. Booked: Galvez 28, Alvarado 35
TD: Agustin CAMPUZANO
R1: Hector MESEN (CRC), R2: Geovanny LOPEZ (CRC), R3: Eduardo HERNANDEZ (MEX), TK: Francisco LOPEZ (NCA)
GUATEMALA CANADA 7:3 (3:3)
Alan Jose AGUILAR 12 dp; Humberto Armando ESCOBAR 12, 20, 23, 34; William RAMIREZ 24; Pablo Andres ESTRADA 24 pen OG (Jaime Estuardo DE LEON) 9; Matthew RIOS 10 dp; Alvaro YAQUES 16
GUA: 12-Williams Ramirez 8-Humberto Armanco Escobar, 11-Alan Josue Aguilar, 13-Jaime Estuardo De Leon-C, 14-Edgar Alejandro Macal.
Subs: 4-Jose Rafael Gonzalez, 5-Edgar Ernesto Santizo, 6-Daniel Eduardo Tejada, 7-Pablo Andres Estrada, 9-Walter Alejandro Enriquez, 10-Erick Acevedo. Booked: Escobar 3, De Leon 8, Macal 14, Ramirez 24
TD: Carlos Eduardo ESTRADA
CAN: 12-Joshua Lemos 2-Bruno Xavier-C, 7-Steve DeBlasio, 8-Robbie Aristodemo, 9-Matthew Rios.
Subs: 3-Robert Tice, 4-Daniel Chamale, 5-Jordan Ongaro, 6-Louis-Charles Lalibertι, 10-Alex Elliott, 13-Alvaro Yaques. Booked:
Chamale 3, Lemos 10, Yaques 16, Aristodemo 20, Tice 23, Rios 33, Sent offs: Assistant Coach-Lorenzo Redwood 20, Yaques 24
TD: Sipho SIBIYA
R1: Antonio ALVAREZ (CUB), R2: Sergio CABRERA (CUB), R3: Francisco RIVERA (MEX), TK: Carlos VASQUEZ (SLV)MEXICO ST. KITTS & NEVIS
First meeting between the two teams, with Mexico holding a 5-2-1 overall record against Caribbean sides
Mexico is coming off a 4:4 draw in its Group B opener against Costa Rica on Monday
Defender Miguel Angel Limon scored twice, midfielder Francisco Cati and defender Miguel Angel Limon each added another for the Tricolores, who extend their unbeaten streak to four CONCACAF tournament matches under the direction of Ramon Raya
Meanwhile, St. Kitts & Nevis played its first futsal match on Monday in the 10:0 loss to Cuba
Jeffery Hazels squad trailed 2:0 with three minutes remaining in the first half, however Cuba scored eight unanswered for the victory.CUBA COSTA RICA
This is the 14th time the squads face-off however it is fourth meeting during the CONCACAF Tournament
Costa Rica leads the series 7-1-5 and also has a perfect 3-0-0 ledger against Cuba in tournament play
The last encounter at the CONCACAF event was at the 2000 Championship Match when goals from Juan Rafael Valverde and current head coach Diego Solis gave the host Ticos a 2:0 triumph over the Leones del Caribe for their first title
Costa Rica won the last overall meeting, a friendly, by a score of 2:1 in La Habana, with goals from Daniel Carrera and Jorge Villalobos, while Reinier Socarras had the only tally for Cuba on 16 September 2011
Costa Rica is coming off a 4:4 draw against Mexico in its Group B opener on Monday, while Cuba posted a 10:0 win against St. Kitts & Nevis. CUBA COSTA RICAs Last CONCACAF Tournament Meeting
2000 CONCACAF Championship Final/Final del Campeonato de CONCACAF
29.07.2000: Heredia, COSTA RICA; Palacio de los Deportes (A: 2900)
COSTA RICA CUBA 2:0 (2:0)
Diego SOLIS 14; Juan Rafael VALVERDE 19
CRC: 1-Randall Salas 4-Jose Picado, 7-Ricardo Juarez, 8-Jose Carvajal-C, 14-Diego Solis.
Subs: 3-Erick Arce, 5-Carlos Zamora, 9-Freddy Espinoza, 10-Carlos Chaves, 11-Juan Rafael Valverde, 15-Gilberth Alpizar. Booked: Carvajal 21
TD: Carlos QUIROS
CUB: 12-Pedro Lopez 3-Adalberto Guerra, 9-Boris Saname, 10-Juan Portal-C, 13-Lazaro Martinez.
Subs: 2-Alvaro Medero, 6-Ernesto Duane, 7-Camilo Kindelan, 14-Jose Arencibia. Booked: Lopez 19, Saname 28
TD: Agustin Campuzano LΣPEZ
R1: Carlos DEL CID (GUA), R2: Carlo SERVINO (USA)Group B Last Games
02.07.2012: Ciudad de Guatemala, GUATEMALA; Domo Polideportivo (A: 500)
MEXICO COSTA RICA 4:4 (1:2)
Morgan PLATA 8; Miguel Angel LIMON 30, 35; Francisco CATI 34 Aaron Gerardo JEREZ 9; Marco CARVAJAL 18; Edwin Jose CUBILLO 35; Christopher Alonso MOLINA 36
MEX: 12-Miguel Angel Estrada 2-Angel David Rodriguez, 5-Adrian Gonzalez, 9-Carlos Alberto Ramirez Vazquez, 11-Morgan Plata.
Subs: 3-Gustavo Garcia, 4-Francisco Cati-C, 6-Miguel Angel Limon, 8-Victor Hugo Lopez, 10-Giovani Lopez. Booked: Plata 7, Garcia 16, G. Lopez 27, Cati 29, Rodriguez 34, Sent offs: Plata 34, Rodriguez 38
TD: Ramon RAYA
CRC: 1-Jairo Jose Toruρo 5-Edwin Jose Cubillo, 7-Luis Alejandro Paniagua-C, 9-Marco Carvajal,
12-Diego Andres Zuρiga.
Subs: 2-Aaron Gerardo Jerez, 4-Christopher Alonso Molina, 6-Jorge Arias, 10-Michael Cordoba, 11-Nestor Daniel Carrera, 13-Erick Brenes. Booked: Brenes 31
TD: Diego SOLIS
R1: Wenceslaos AGUILAR (PAN), R2: Alexander CLINE BETETA (PAN), R3: Jason KRNAC (USA), TK: Shane BUTLER (USA)
ST. KITTS & NEVIS CUBA 0:10 (0:5)
Fernando CHAPMAN 4; Eduardo MORALES 6, 30, 32; Yulier OLIVERA 18, 19; Jhonnet Stalin MARTINEZ 20; Carlos MADRIGAL 34; Luis Junior PORTAL 36; Yampier RODRIGUEZ 37
SKN: 12-Julani Archibald 4-Devaughn Elliot, 5-Aiden Nurse, 7-Tiran Hanley-C, 11-Javeim Blanchette.
Subs: 1-Akil Byron 2-Kevin Benjamin, 3-Errol OLoughlin, 6-Orlando Mitchum, 8-Joel Jeffers, 9-Travis Somersall, 10-Jason Ian Lake. Booked: Hanley 36
TD: Jeffery HAZEL
CUB: 1-Wilfredo Carbo 4-Yulier Olivera, 9-Fernando Chapman, 10-Isven Roman-C, 11-Jhonnet Stalin Martinez.
Subs: 12-Brenieht Suarez 2-Ronald Egozcue Dellunde, 3-Denis Marquez Torres, 5-Eduardo Morales, 6-Carlos Madrigal, 7-Yampier Rodriguez, 8-Luis Junior Portal. Booked: none
TD: Clemente REINOSO
R1: Leroy BROWN (GUA), R2: Carlos GONZALEZ (GUA), R3: Salvador MENDEZ (GUA), TK: Rigoberto FLORES (SLV) THAILAND AWAITS
The four semifinalists of the CONCACAF Tournament will earn the final qualifying berths to the 2012 FIFA Futsal World Cup that will place in Bangkok and Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand from 1-18 November
The CONCACAF Representatives will join the following qualified nations to complete the 24-team field: Host - Thailand; Africa (CAF) Egypt, Libya, Morocco; Asia (AFC) Australia, Iran, Japan, Kuwait; Europe (UEFA) Czech Republic, Italy, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, Spain, Ukraine; South America (CONMEBOL) Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Paraguay; Oceania (OFC) Soloman Islands. Did You Know?
Cuban midfielder Eduardo Morales three goals against St. Kitts & Nevis (10:0 win) moved him to second-place (to Surinams Gino Brandon 20) on the CONCACAF Futsals All-Time Goalscorers Lists with 15.
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