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

Chile v Mexico

5th-6th

# Info Time Teams Score Status Match Sheet
17 August 2013
18 5th-6th 11:30am Chile CHI - MEX Mexico 6 - 3 (2 - 2) Final      

Goalscoring

Team Minute Shirt # Player Action
MEX 10 30 PEDRAZA Guillermo FG
CHI 15 10 RODRIGUEZ Martin PC
CHI 18 10 RODRIGUEZ Martin FG
MEX 34 15 AGUILAR Francisco PC
CHI 41 23 MARTIN Vicente PC
CHI 47 18 FERNANDEZ Fernando FG
MEX 54 15 AGUILAR Francisco PC
CHI 62 6 ZARHI Jaime PC
CHI 70 11 BERCZELY Alexis PC

Cards

Team Minute Shirt # Player Type
MEX 30 15 AGUILAR Francisco Green
MEX 57 3 MURILLO Salvador Green
CHI 58 18 FERNANDEZ Fernando Yellow
MEX 68 7 BOBADILLA Oscar Yellow
MEX 69 4 HERNÁNDEZ Oscar Yellow

Match Report

Jaime Zarhi was honoured before the match for his 100th international Cap for Chile.

The Chileans were bitterly disappointed to be relegated to the second-tier play-off matches, missing the semi-finals of a Pan American competition for the first time since 1995. They started the game slowly and were immediately under pressure from the young Mexicans, in fine form after the rest day. Francisco Aguilar managed to steal a ball from a defender, setting up Guillermo Pedraza for the first goal for Mexico in the 10th minute of play.

This was the wake-up call Chile needed and they scores two quick goals by Martin Rodriguez to jump into the lead. Play settled after the initial burst of actions, with Chile trying to control the proceedings. They had a few chances, including on penalty-corner, but were denied by Moisés Vargas in the Mexican goal and could not deepen the gap.

Mexico were more efficient at the other end, forcing a penalty-corner in one of their rare forays in Chilean territory by Francisco Aguilar, who converted it himself to level the score just before the half-time break.  

Chile pushed forward early and thought that they had taken the lead again on a penalty-corner, but the umpire had whistled a penalty-stroke before and Moisés Vargas kept his team in the game with an excellent save on the stroke. Chile were however successful on their next penalty-corner attempt by Vicente Martin for a narrow one-goal lead, then quickly added another goal by Fernando Fernandez to establish a more comfortable two-goal cushion.

The Mexicans were not down yet and Francisco Aguilar added another penalty-corner, his 2nd goal of the match and 7th of the competition. They threw caution to the wind in the final minutes to try and level the score, but they had to loosen their defense to push forward and Chile added a 5th goal after a superbly executed combination on a penalty-corner that ended on the post at Jaime Zarhi, celebrating in style his 100th Cap.

The Mexicans kept trying, but the slope was too steep now to climb back in the game, and Chile grabbed 5th place of the competition, pushing down Mexico to 6th (but still one step higher than their ranking entering the competition).

URU v BRA (7th-8th) TTO v USA (3rd-4th)

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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