LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Mexico vs Costa Rica 2012 (en vivo 9 PM EST) will deliver a key soccer showdown tonight in the World Cup Qualifying standings out of the CONCACAF. Tonight’s Mexico vs Costa Rica 2012 futbol game will feature two teams, currently ranked well enough to advance to the next rounds of the Copa Mundial qualifiers. But if Costa Rica is dealt a major loss tonight, and El Salvador earns a major win, the standings in Group 2 could change.
Mexico vs Costa Rica 2012 is a battle of two teams from Third Round. Prior to tonight’s match, FIFA officials announced news of which CONCACAF member countries would be heading into this round. The third round encompasses three groups of four member countries each. Mexico and Costa Rica are both in group two.
Moreover officials tell news that only the top two countries at the end of this round will advance. The bottom two will be sent home. Prior tonight’s CONCACAF game, Mexico is ranked in first, and Costa Rica is in second. But if Costa Rica is dealt a dramatic defeat tonight, and El Salvador secures a major win, the number two slot could change.
Officials confirm to news that Mexico enters tonight’s match with nine points. Mexico has been unbeatable. Itâ€™s won all three of its matches to date. Costa Rica, in turn, has delivered one win, one draw, and one loss.
Costa Rica’s draw came against El Salvador in June. But then four days later, it shocked news with a 0-4 defeat of Guyana. During the Guyana showdown, Costa Rican star Alvaro Alberto Chacon Saborio delivered a hat trick. A fourth goal came at the end of the match from Joel Campbell at the seventy-eight minute mark.
But tonight’s game, however, is the second time that Costa Rica and Mexico have faced this month. Last week, Costa Rica vs Mexico 2012 ended in a 0-2 victory for Mexico. Before thirty-one thousand fans, Carlos Salcido impressed news with a goal at the forty-three minute mark followed by Jesus Zavala at the fifty-one minute mark.
Mexico, in turn, has been a shooting powerhouse this year. In June, it delivered three goals against Guyana for a win and then two goals against El Salvador for that win. For Guyana, Mexico proved to news critics that its full roster has scoring potential. John Rodriguez scored along with Giovani Dos Santos and Salcido again. Against El Salvador, however, it was Zavala again with Hector Alfredo Herrera Moreno at the eighty-two minute mark. But can Mexico defeat Costa Rica tonight, twice in one month? For live results tonight, click HERE.