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Summary: Qatar 3, Panama 3

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Qatar and Panama tie the points in an epic 3-3 draw Concacaf Gold Cup The Group D game, in which the sides together scored all six goals on Tuesday evening in a wild second half at the BBVA Stadium in Houston.

After a long delay due to severe thunderstorms, the fireworks started with a 48th minute goal from Qatar’s Akram Afif and ended with a penalty kick from Panama’s Eric Davis in the 79th minute, who equalized his country’s third equalizer in the 79th minute. the match meant.

After a scoreless opening frame, Qatar found the opener shortly after kick-off in the second half and started a dizzying stretch where the teams scored four goals together in 10 minutes. Afif took credit in the first, plunging on a feed headed over the goal by teammate Pedro Miguel to land a close-range finish.

Panama would soon equalize from a corner directly from the training ground, where Rolando Blackburn nodded in a perfectly placed header on a cross by Yoel Bárcenas. The tie would prove to be short lived as Qatar jumped right back on top two minutes later when Almuz Ali dropped a shot from the right side of the box into the bottom left corner to make it 2-1. to relinquish the lead when Blackburn found his support by finishing another pointed cross from Bárcenas.

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The chaos would only continue as Qatar regained the lead, this time via a penalty won by Afif and converted by Hassan Al-Haydos, who made no mistake with a daring panenka from the spot that restored their lead.

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But Panama would retaliate with an own penalty awarded by Abdelkarim Hassan and confirmed on Video Review. Eric Davis broke the spot kick in the top corner, making the match improbably even for a third time. Both sides kept pushing frantically for a winner for the last 10 minutes, but neither managed to find one and the 3-3 score would hold the final.

goals

  • 48′ – QAT – Akram Afif
  • 51′ – PAN – Rolando Blackburn
  • 53′ – QAT – Almuz Ali
  • 58′ – PAN – Rolando Blackburn
  • 63′ – QAT – Hassan Al Haydos (PK)
  • 79′ – PAN – Eric Davis (PK)

Three things

  • THE BIG IMAGE: This has been the game of the tournament so far, as the sides continued to trade blows after Afif’s opener in a game that was even and end-to-end all evening, even in the scoreless first half. For Qatar it certainly counts as their “Welcome to Concacaf” moment. They will be disappointed to give away three different leads, but this was nonetheless an impressive effort for the host country unfamiliar with its environment. Panama, meanwhile, can certainly hang their hats on the moxie they showed to find all those equalizers.
  • MOMENT OF THE MATCH: If there was one moment that probably summed up the absurdity of that second half, it was this panenka finish from the dot on Qatar’s third and final goal.
  • MAN OF THE MATCH: This Qatari team has real talent, as they showed in this match, and Akram Afif was right in the middle of this match as the attacker scored his country’s first goal and won the penalty on their last.

Next one

  • QAT: Saturday July 17 vs. Grenada | 7:30 p.m. ET | FS1
  • PAN: Saturday July 17 vs. Honduras | 21:30 ET | FS1
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