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

Uruguay v Brazil

7th-8th

# Info Time Teams Score Status Match Sheet
17 August 2013
17 7th-8th 9:00am Uruguay URU - BRA Brazil 2 - 2 (1 - 1) (0 - 2 SO) Final        

Goalscoring

Team Minute Shirt # Player Action
BRA 7 11 PAIXÃO Lucas FG
URU 18 15 TIXE Maximiliano PC
BRA 52 14 ROST ONNES Ernst PC
URU 65 16 CANESSA Juan PC

Cards

Team Minute Shirt # Player Type
URU 59 10 RODRIGUEZ Joaquin Green

Shoot-out

X Goal, O Saved, - Not Taken
Team Attacker Defender Result
URU LABORDE Diego (#4) REINBACH Hubertus (#22) O
BRA van der HEIJDEN Yuri (#8) LASA Jose (#1) O
URU CANESSA Juan (#16) REINBACH Hubertus (#22) O
BRA BORGES Matheus (#10) LASA Jose (#1) X
URU COLINA Rafael (#8) REINBACH Hubertus (#22) O
BRA REUS Luis Felipe (#29) LASA Jose (#1) X
URU TIXE Maximiliano (#15) REINBACH Hubertus (#22) O
BRA PAIXÃO Lucas (#11) LASA Jose (#1) -
URU PEREIRO Matias (#3) REINBACH Hubertus (#22) -
BRA VEHRLE-SMITH Stephane (#9) LASA Jose (#1) -

Match Report

Brazil played well in this competition, losing their three pool matches but giving their opponents a good fight (Canada 1-3, Trinidad & Tobago 2-5 then Chile 0-5). They were unlucky in their cross-over game, only losing in the final minutes to Mexico (2-3) after leading during most of the match.  Uruguay lost all their matches by hefty margins but came into this classification match well determined to give a hard time to their South American rivals.

Brazil took control of the tempo of play and were early on the scoreboard by Lucas Paixão, exploiting well an hesitation of the defense. Uruguay reacted immediately, pushing forward and surprising Brazil to force a penalty-corner, converted by Maximiliano Tixe.

After this burst of activity, play settled in midfield, slowing a notch. Brazil had more possession but could not challenge dangerously the Uruguayan circle and half-time was reached on a tied score 1-1.

Fatigue of five high-level matches in a week started to creep up in second period, and play became unsettled, with unforced errors and passes going astray on both sides. Brazil missed a couple of chances but their captain Ernst Rost Onnes was on target on a penalty-corner in the 52nd minute, slotting a low flick out of reach of Jose Lasa in the Uruguayan goal.

With time passing, tempers flared a tad, with some rough tackles as a result of fatigue and frustration. Uruguay had a late surge, forced a penalty-corner with five minutes to go in the period and Hubertus Reinbach in the Brazilian goal seemed surprised by Juan Canessa’s low flick directly to the centre of goal, leveling the score and setting the stage for a very animated end of regular time.

With the tied score, match was to be decided by shoot-outs, for the first time in this competition. Hubertus Reinbach saved the first 4 Uruguayan attempts and, after some controversy, Brazil went on to win the shoot-out competition to grab 7th place, leaving Uruguay upset and dejected with the wooden spoon.

CAN v USA (Semi-final) CHI v MEX (5th-6th)

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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