/Mexico, Jamaica play to scoreless draw in Group C play

Mexico, Jamaica play to scoreless draw in Group C play


Published 12:37 a.m. ET July 14, 2017 | Updated 12:38 a.m. ET July 14, 2017

DENVER (AP) — Mexico and Jamaica played to a scoreless draw Thursday night and remained on track to advance to the knockout round of the CONCACAF Gold Cup.

Neither team could break through on a relatively mild night, although Mexico (1-0-1) dominated chances. The 49,121 fans in attendance, the largest crowd to attend a soccer match at Sports Authority Field, heavily favored Mexico.

Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio served the second of his six-game sideline suspension for berating an official. His team, which beat El Salvador 3-1 in the opener Sunday, did everything but score against Jamaica (1-0-1). It held possession for the majority of the night but never got one past keeper Damian Hyatt.

When Hyatt couldn’t make a save, his teammates came through.

The best chance to score came on Mexico’s fourth corner in the 39th minute…

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