2013 Pan American Cup (Men)

Brampton (Toronto), Canada


Argentina (winner) qualify for the 2014 Men's World Cup in The Hague. Top six teams qualify for the 2017 Men's Pan American Cup. Teams placed 7th and 8th will play in the 2015 Men's Pan American Challenge.

Player of the Tournament: Kwan Browne (Trinidad & Tobago)
Goal-keeper of the Tournament: Hubertus Reinbach (Brazil)
Top goal-scorer: Facundo Callioni (Argentina), 10 goals

Argentina v Trinidad & Tobago

Semi-final

# Info Time Teams Score Status Match Sheet
15 August 2013
15 Semi-final 5:00pm Argentina ARG - TTO Trinidad & Tobago 8 - 0 (2 - 0) Final        

Goalscoring

Team Minute Shirt # Player Action
ARG 29 2 PEILLAT Gonzalo PC
ARG 34 2 PEILLAT Gonzalo PC
ARG 39 8 REY Lucas FG
ARG 45 12 VILA Lucas FG
ARG 52 14 SCHICKENDANTZ Guillermo PC
ARG 52 19 AGULLEIRO Juan FG
ARG 55 6 TOLINI Leandro PC
ARG 63 2 PEILLAT Gonzalo PC

Cards

Team Minute Shirt # Player Type
TTO 27 4 DE GANNES Aidan Green
ARG 44 5 IBARRA Pedro Green
ARG 68 12 VILA Lucas Green

Match Report

First semi-final of 2013 Pan American Cup was played under bright summer sun in Brampton, with Trinidad & Tobago starting cautiously to avoid exposing their circle to the powerful Argentinean armada (with 4 of their strikers in the top 5 goal scorers of the tournament!). First chance was however for Trinidad & Tobago on a penalty-corner earned by Mickell Pierre, but Kwan Browne’s powerful attempt was well handled by Juan Vivaldi, facing his first serious challenge in this competition.   

Both teams did not bother much about patient built-up in midfield and the ball was flowing quickly from one end to the other, with frequent long aerial balls. Argentina were denied on their first two penalty-corners by Andrey Rocke in the Trinidadian goal, and seemed to struggle at time to find their rhythm in front of skillful opponents, well organized in defense around Kwan Browne.

Argentina were denied again on penalty-corner by Andrey Rocke, and Trinidad & Tobago had a golden chance on their swift counter-attack but Christopher Scipio’s diving deflection in front of the Argentinean keeper went just wide. Argentina were finally successful on their fifth penalty-corner in the 29th minute, powered out of reach of the goal-keeper by Gonzalo Peillat. Peillat immediately doubled his tally on another penalty-corner, and Argentina were suddenly seating on a two-goal lead going into the half-time break.

Argentina scored early in second period after a lengthy sequence of pin-ball in front of Andrey Rocke, finally tapped in by Argentinean captain Lucas Rey. Then Lucas Vila inherited a ball alone on the penalty-stroke point and made no mistake to add another goal. With the gap widening, Trinidad & Tobago seemed to realize that they would not come back and their tempo declined a notch. They had a chance on penalty-corner but Kwan Browne’s low attempt did not have the same intensity as earlier in the match.

With the Trinidadian defense starting to fade under the pressure, Argentina ran away with the score, adding 6 goals to finish on the impressive mark of 8-0. They missed the final of the 2009 Pan American Cup after losing in semi-final against Canada, but will walk into Saturday’s final in Brampton without having been challenged much, except by Trinidad & Tobago in the first half of this semi-final.

MEX v BRA (5-8) CAN v USA (Semi-final)

Final Standings

  1. Argentina
    1. Argentina
  2. Canada
    2. Canada
  3. Trinidad & Tobago
  4. USA
    4. USA
  5. Chile
    5. Chile
  6. Mexico
    6. Mexico
  7. Brazil
    7. Brazil
  8. Uruguay
    8. Uruguay

Pool Standings

Team GP W D L GD P
Pool A
Argentina  ARG 3 3 0 0 48 9
USA  USA 3 2 0 1 5 6
Mexico  MEX 3 1 0 2 -11 3
Uruguay  URU 3 0 0 3 -42 0
Pool B
Canada  CAN 3 2 1 0 4 7
Trinidad & Tobago  TTO 3 2 0 1 5 6
Chile  CHI 3 1 1 1 1 4
Brazil  BRA 3 0 0 3 -10 0
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