ARLINGTON, TX – SEPTEMBER 08: Javier Hernandez #10 of Mexico celebrates his goal in the first half against Argentina during a international friendly at AT&T Stadium on September 8, 2015 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Mexico dumbfounds USMNT defense to open scoring

You can blame many people on the USMNT defense for allowing the opening goal of the CONCACAF Cup, but Mexico’s forwards put on the moves that really made the USMNT look like a bunch of amateurs. And not in the Jordan Morris amateur way either.

The play started when both Kyle Beckerman and Matt Besler were dumbfounded on Orribe Peralta’s dummy. When he actually got the ball, it was a simple cross to Javier Hernandez and Chicharito calmly put El Tri up 1-0 over the USMNT.

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