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Mexico's Raul Jimenez, centre, celebrates with teammates, Javier Hernandez, left, and Oribe Peralta after
scoring the winning goal against Panama during a 2014 World Cup qualifying match in Mexico City, Friday.
Mexico won 2-1. AP PHOTO
Mexico needed a spectacular
Raul Jimenez goal in the 85th
minute to beat Panama 2-1 Friday
night and revive its hopes of qual-
ifying for the World Cup.
"What a spectacular goal, really
beautiful and above all very emo-
tional," Victor Manuel Vucetich
said after his first match as Mex-
ico s coach.
The result moved Mexico into
fourth place in Concacaf qualify-
ing, three points ahead of Panama
and three points behind third-
placed Honduras with one game
to play. The top three teams qualify
automatically for the World Cup,
while the fourth team faces an
intercontinental playoff against
In the last round of games, Hon-
duras is away to already-eliminated
Jamaica and needs only a draw to
secure a World Cup berth, while
Mexico is away to Costa Rica and
Panama hosts the United States.
Both Costa Rica and the US have
already qualified for Brazil 2014.
"We haven t accomplished any-
thing," Vucetich said. "We need to
win the next match to get to the
Mexico went ahead in the 40th
minute through Oribe Peralta s goal
off a pass from Javier Hernandez,
who missed a chance to double
that lead from the penalty spot in
Panama stunned the home
crowd by equalizing in the 81st,
as Luis Tejada beat goalkeeper
Guillermo Ochoa to a through pass,
touched the ball around the keeper
and put it into the empty net.
Then came the brilliant winner
from Jimenez, who had only just
been brought on as a substitute.
Standing near the top of the
penalty area, he received a long
pass from Fernando Arce with his
back to goal, used his right foot to
knock the ball about a dozen feet
in the air and lashed in a powerful
overhead kick than arrowed just
inside the post and left Panama
goalkeeper Jaime Penedo frozen to
" My initial intention was to
hit it low, but then I had to impro-
vise going in the air," Jimenez said.
"It was a last- resort type of thing."
Meanwhile in other Concacaf
qualifiers, Honduras guaranteed
itself of at least a playoff spot by
winning 1-0 at home against Costa
Rica, with Jerry Bengtson scoring
the sole goal in the 65th minute,
and the US won 2-0 at home
against Jamaica, with Graham Zusi
opening the scoring in the 77th
and Jozy Altidore adding an insur-
ance goal in the 81st. (AP)
Mexico revives WCup
hopes with 2-1 win
its place at next year s World Cup and
Ecuador moved to the brink of doing
the same by getting the results they
needed in Friday s round of South
Colombia came back from 3-0 down
at half time to draw 3-3 against Chile,
with that result enough to secure its
first World Cup appearance since 1998.
With one round of games in regional
qualifying to play, the result left Chile
in fourth place, with the top four to
qualify automatically for the World Cup
and the fifth team to go into a further
Chile and third-placed Ecuador---
which won 1-0 at home against
Uruguay---are both on 25 points, and
fifth-placed Uruguay is on 22, with
Ecuador and Chile respectively six and
four goals better off than Uruguay on
In Tuesday s concluding matches,
Chile is at home against Ecuador while
Uruguay hosts already-qualified
Argentina. Uruguay is guaranteed of
finishing no lower than fifth, but
appears destined for an intercontinental
playoff against Jordan for a spot at next
year s tournament.
Chile led Colombia 3-0 at the break,
but the hosts responded with a 69th-
minute goal from Teofilio Gutierrez and
two penalties by Falcao in the 75th and
84th. Arturo Vidal had converted a
penalty in the 19th minute for Chile,
and Alexis Sanchez scored in the 22nd
and 29th minutes.
Ecuador moved into prime qualifying
position on the strength of Jefferson
Montero s goal in the 30th minute.
Venezuela drew 1-1 with Paraguay
in a match Friday between two out-
In a late match, Argentina won 3-1
against eliminated Peru. Veteran striker
Claudio Pizarro put Peru ahead in the
21st minute but Ezequiel Lavezzi scored
twice before the break as the hosts took
command and Rodrigo Palacio added
a third in the 47th minute. (AP)
Colombia book its place
Ivory Coast took a big step towards
securing their place at next summer s
World Cup finals with a 3-1 victory
in the first leg of their play-off against
Senegal in Abidjan yesterday.
Galatasaray striker Didier Drogba
opened the scoring in the fifth minute
by neatly converting a penalty after a
trip on Gervinho, and the hosts were
two up on 12 minutes when Bordeaux
defender Ludovic Sane inadvertently
directed the ball past his own goal-
keeper from Gervinho s cross.
Roma forward Gervinho was again
the provider when Salomon Kalou
made it 3-0 within four minutes of
the restart, the Lille striker bursting
through the middle and coolly slotting
a low shot home for his 22nd inter-
That looked to have put the Ivorians
firmly in the driving seat to qualify
for a third straight World Cup finals,
but Papiss Cisse volleyed home deep
into stoppage time to give Senegal
hope heading into next month s second
leg in Casablanca.
In yesterday s other play-off first
leg, Burkina Faso edged Algeria 3-2 in
Ouagadougou thanks to a controversial
late penalty from Aristide Bance.
The Algerians twice battled back
from a goal down, second-half strikes
from Sofiane Feghouli and Carl Med-
jani cancelling out Jonathan Pitroipa s
effort in first-half stoppage time and
a Djakaridja Kone goal.
However, the referee pointed to the
spot four minutes from time on the
advice of his assistant for a dubious
handball offence against Essaid Bel-
kalem, and Fortuna Dusseldorf front-
man Bance---who earlier had a first-
half spot-kick saved--kept his
composure when given a second
chance to convert from 12 yards.
Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast
win in African playoffs
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