Costa Rica achieves long-term victory over Suriname and qualifies for the 2021 Gold Cup quarter-finals
in return, Costa Rica won 2-1 forSuriname At the Exploria Arena in Orlando for a Group C 2 date in the 2021 Gold Cup.
The goals of Costa Rica, who started the loss, through Joel Campbell, in the 58th minute, and Celso Borges, one minute later, in a series of successive attacks after waking up from the blow he received shortly before.
Suriname’s result came via Gliofilo Flitter, who was 52, and got into trouble with the team led by Luis Fernando Suarez, who responded immediately.
The next Ticos match will be on Tuesday against Jamaica, where the first place in Group C of this competition, and the most important at the level of teams in the CONCACAF region, will be decided.
It will be at the Exploria Stadium in Orlando, in the state of Florida, United States.
The commitment will also serve to clarify who will face the United States or Canada in the quarter-finals. Both North American nations have already qualified for this stage via Group B of the tournament.
Meanwhile, Suriname and Guadeloupe, who have already been eliminated, will bid farewell to the tournament on the same day in a confrontation that will take place in BBVA Compass Houston, Texas.
Suriname: W. Han, R.; Dunk, K.; Leerdam, R, Habs, S. Kleiber, D. Dunkerloy, de Besiseoir, de Malone, F. Josephzon, S. Baker EG, Fligter. DT: Dean Gorey.
Costa Rica: Alvarado, c. Gonzalez, R. Matarita, F. Calvo, K. Fuller, C. Borges, c. Venegas, L. Diaz, J. Brenes, J. Campbell, A. Rodriguez. DT: Louis F. Suarez.