USA 1-0 over Mexico to win CONCACAF Gold Cup

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This post will be updated throughout the match

PREMATCH: Both teams have taken the field for warm-ups. Stadium is about half full because of problems getting fans in from outside. Attendance 61, 514.

  • Largest soccer attendance in the history of Nevada
  • First sellout for a sporting event at Allegiant Stadium
  • First soccer match played at Allegiant Stadium

KICKOFF: Match underway at Allegiant Stadium, USA v Mexico. Stadium is full for kickoff. Mexico getting plenty of early chances, but score 0-0 at 20:00 mark.

HALFTIME: USA 0, MEXICO 0. USA with 4 saves, Mexico 1. Shots on goal: Mexico 15, USA 5.

SECOND HALF: Second half is underway. Still scoreless, going into overtime. Shots on goal: Mexico 18, USA 9.

OVERTIME: Goal! USA 1, Mexico 0. Miles Robinson (USA) header from the center of the box to the center of the goal. Assisted by Kellyn Acosta with a cross following a set piece situation.

FINAL: USA 1, Mexico 0 in OT

This is the pre-match story

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – A sold-out crowd will be at Allegiant Stadium for the final match in the CONCACAF Gold Cup which features teams from North and Central America and the Caribbean. This is the 7th time the two nations have met in the final with Mexico holding a 5-1 advantage in the 6 previous matches.

This will be the first time fans for a sporting event will fill Allegiant Stadium. The Las Vegas Raiders played without fans their entire 2020 season and UNLV football allowed 2,000 fans for some games.

Game time Sunday is set for 5:30 p.m.

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