PHILADELPHIA – Andrés Guardado, Jesus "Tecatito" Corona and Oribe Peralta all scored as Mexico blew out Jamaica 3-1 to lift their record-setting seventh Gold Cup Title on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field.

After weeks of inconsistent play, El Tri finally put together the complete game manager Miguel Herrera knew they were capable of. Swapping a fifth defender for a extra midfielder, Mexico was able to push the ball forward and find their star players inside the box.

Jamaica held tight for the first twenty minutes of the match. They proved they would not cower in their first ever Gold Cup Final, and showed their size, strength and athleticism to the smaller Mexican players.

After two yellow cards against Jamiaca, Mexico began to pressure Jamaica's back four and found the back of the net in 31st minute. Tecatito quickly pushed the pace, moving the ball into the attack zone where he passed to Paul Aguilar who sent a cross over the box to a wide open Guardado and the captain buried it into the back of the net with a beautiful left-footed strike.

Tecatito was not finished there. After a quick start to the second half, the 22-year-old hammered home a fantastic finish from outside the box just minutes into the start of the second half.

Mexico put the cherry on top of their seventh Gold Cup sundae in the 61st minute when a horrendous defensive play by Michael Hector in the box led to a wide open net for Peralta. Hector was firmly in front of a Mexico cross, but he failed to clear the ball, instead allowing it to sleep between his feet and right to Peralta who slotted into the bottom right corner of the net.

Jamaica pulled one back in the 80th minute when Jobi McAnuff found super-sub Darren Mattocks on the left hand side of the box and he beat El Tri keeper, Guillermo "Memo" Ochoa for the Reggae Boys first goal of the game.

"It's been tough," said Giles Barnes of the loss, "I can't be more proud of my team right now, we have a lot to look forward to in the future, and we came out here and showed everyone what Jamaica is all about."

After three days of turmoil following their controversial 2-1 victory over Panama in the semifinals, Mexico can now celebrate their seventh Gold Cup trophy, the most all-time in CONCACAF history. Miguel "El Piojo" Herrera's job security is safe after a sloppy start to the tournament ends in exultation for El Tri, and Guardado solidifies himself as the best player on the team as the captain finished with six goals in the tournament, second in the Golden Boot race to USA's Clint Dempsey.

After the match, Corona rightly received the tournament's "Bright Future Award," as the youngster certainly made a name for himself in the 2015 tournament. The United States Brad Guzan won the Golden Glove award, Dempsey received the Golden Boot for the tournament's most goals, and Guardado walked away with the tournament's Golden Ball award for the best player of the tournament. 

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