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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Costa Rica hangs on to beat T&T; Panama and Honduras play to draw

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Costa Rica players celebrate after Bryan Ruiz scored the winner against T&T in a World Cup qualifier.

Costa Rica preserved its outright lead in second-place ahead of the United States with a 2-1 win against Trinidad and Tobago in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying on Tuesday night.

The hosts took the lead from a corner kick in the first minute, with Francisco Calvo heading home from Joel Campbell's cross.

But T&T clawed one back through Kevin Molino in the 35th minute, as the Minnesota United player fired home a Joevin Jones pass from just outside Costa Rica's penalty area.

Bryan...

New York City FC's Ronald Matarrita out 4-6 weeks with high ankle sprain

New York City FC defender Ronald Matarrita will be sidelined for 4-6 weeks due to a high ankle sprain, the team announced on Thursday.

The Costa Rica international was injured during Thursday's training session, and the hope is that he will return in time for NYCFC's match against Real Salt Lake on May 17.

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Matarrita has been a constant in the NYCFC lineup since joining from Costa Rican side Alajuelense prior to the 2016 season.

He has made 33 league and playoff appearances, scoring one goal and...

FIFA life ban for Costa Rican official Eduardo Li in bribery case

CONCACAF are seeking to become a transparent organization in light of last May's FBI raid on their headquarters in Miami.
Eduardo Li was arrested at the Baur au Lac hotel in Zurich in a 2015 raid.

ZURICH -- FIFA's ethics committee has banned for life the former Costa Rica football federation president Eduardo Li for taking bribes.

The decision was announced on Friday.

Li already entered guilty pleas in Brooklyn federal court last October to charges of racketeering and wire fraud conspiracies.

A U.S. Department of Justice indictment said Li took six-figure bribes from marketing agency Traffic USA linked to commercial rights for World Cup qualifying matches.

Li was arrested at the Baur au Lac...

CONCACAF aims to replace friendlies with new nations league competition

Taylor Twellman says the United States need to be more dominant in road games.
Taylor Twellman says the United States need to be more dominant in road games.

CONCACAF is finalizing plans for a new competition among its national teams, including the U.S. and Mexico, to replace international friendlies, according to FIFA vice president Victor Montagliani.

In an interview with Reuters, Montagliani, who is also the president of CONCACAF -- which governs the sport in North and Central America and the Caribbean -- and the Canadian Soccer Association, confirmed the so-called "nations league" format would effectively eliminate friendly matches even for the region's...

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Diego Reyes heads Mexico past T&T; U.S. earns point in Panama draw

Taylor Twellman joins SVP to share his thoughts on the 1-1 draw between the United States and Panama.
Diego Reyes celebrates after scoring a goal for Mexico against Trinidad and Tobago.
Diego Reyes celebrates after scoring a goal for Mexico in a win against Trinidad and Tobago.

Mexico survived some nervy moments to take all three points in a 1-0 win against Trinidad and Tobago in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying on Tuesday in Port of Spain.

Joevin Jones had a controversial goal called back for offside in the first half after rushing on to a well-played through ball and smashing it into the back of the net past Alfredo Talavera. Replays showed Jones looked to be onside.

Mexico came out of the dressing room after half-time with renewed fervor, and Hector Herrera hit the post...