Panama advanced to the CONCACAF Gold Cup quarterfinals with a resounding 3-0 victory over Martinique on Saturday in Cleveland. Earlier in the day, with a 3-0 victory over Martinique, Panama turned up the pressure on the United States. The Group B runners-up will face Costa Rica, while the winners get a third-placed team, with both games set for Wednesday in Philadelphia. Both the United States and Panama ended group play with goal differentials of plus-4, with the next tiebreaker being total goal scored.
Coach Bruce Arena had planned all along to use nearly everyone on the 23-man roster in the group stage, and in the last match, he swapped out every starter from Wednesday's anxious performance against Martinique.
Needing two more to win the group, the U.S. MNT came out pressing in the second half and found the second goal from that pressure.
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Corona's goal came nearly four years to the day from his last one for the national team - also in the Gold Cup, on July 21, 2013 - in a 5-1 win over El Salvador.
Arroyo doubled the lead on the hour mark following another corner, and seven minutes later Torres made sure of the win.
The Americans got another chance from the penalty spot in the 63rd minute after Dany Cadena handled the ball in the box on Bedoya's long run.
Arena turned to his bench, inserting Jordan Morris (two goals vs. Martinique) and Juan Agudelo in place of the failed penalty takers.
Nicaragua's Luis Copete was sent off in the 85th minute to leave his side shorthanded in the waning minutes.