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Costa Rica loses to Mexico on heartbreaking penalty call in Gold Cup quarterfinals

Just seconds away from taking the game into a shootout, a stunning yellow card against Costa Rica brought about the one and only penalty kick needed to send the Ticos home from the Gold Cup.

Costa Rica advances to Gold Cup quarterfinals despite another uninspired performance

After Costa Rica's third straight draw, the perennial favorites to win Group B coming into the regional tournament finish in second place behind Jamaica. On Sunday, they will face the runner-up of Group C.

Costa Rica lets win slip away, draws 1-1 with El Salvador

It was almost a black cat sign for the defense when a fan ran onto the field to take a selfie with Alvarado in goal. Just minutes later Alvarado stood stunned as Corea's goal slipped the rug on Costa Rica's lead.

Costa Rica draws with Jamaica in Gold Cup opener

The latest stagnant performance puts La Sele under some immediate pressure to find its first win since last October if it is to escape from Group B and advance to the tournament's knockout rounds.

CONCACAF Gold Cup preview: Ticos look to re-establish themselves as region’s top team

A Costa Rican side that boasted a stingy defense in that miraculous World Cup performance has been unrecognizable ever since, and mounting injuries force a new group of players into the spotlight at the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) championships.

Injury may keep Costa Rica’s star goalkeeper Keylor Navas out of the Gold Cup

Navas on Wednesday will undergo medical and physical evaluations to decide if he can continue training, or if he must return to Spain.

Colombia defeats Costa Rica in Copa América preparation match

The decisive goal was scored by Falcao during the first minute of the nerve-wracking match's second half, when the Colombians' aggressive tactics made it impossible for a timid La Sele to recover.

FEDEFUTBOL official: FIFA scandal won’t affect Costa Rica’s upcoming matches

The acting president of the Costa Rican Football Federation (FEDEFUTBOL), Jorge Hidalgo described the news of Eduardo Li’s arrest as shocking, and “like the Turrialba Volcano finally erupted on all of us.”

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