World Cup 2014 Qualifying: Mexico Stunned By Jamaica

Jun 3, 2012; Arlington, TX, USA; Mexico fans cheer for their team during a friendly match against Brazil at Cowboys Stadium. Mexico shut out Brazil 2-0. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

For the first time in history, the Jamaicans have been able to score a point after a match with Mexico. Jamaica surprised Mexico with a hard fought effort that resulted in a nil-nil tie in the opening rounds of 2014 World Cup qualifying.

Mexico remains unbeaten at home during qualifying, but the team will be disappointed with not picking up the three points for a win.

El Tri will look to get back on the right track in their next qualifying match against the United States team that struggled and gave up a late goal to lose to Honduras. Last August, Team USA scored a win against Mexico at Estadio Azteca for the first time.

It was a rough start to qualifying for Mexico and the USA, but there is still a lot of soccer left to play.

Topics: 2014 World Cup, CONCACAF, FIFA, Jamaica, Mexico, World Cup

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