Ochoa turns in another 10/10 performance when Mexico needs him

Steve Nicol sounds off on the CONCACAF Gold Cup, its lack of benefits for the USMNT and Mexico and how it affected his team as a coach in MLS.
Saturday’s night Gold Cup quarterfinal between Mexico and Costa Rica was supposed to be a straightforward match for El Tri.
With new manager Gerardo “Tata” Martino cruising into the knockout round with seven consecutive wins, Mexico was expected to waltz past Costa Rica. Instead, Los Ticos stifled El Tri through an organized and defensive approach, forcing a draw and two halves of extra time which finished at a level 1-1 scoreline.
In an ensuing round of penalties, it was Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo…

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