Mexico showcased their superior skills and determination in a convincing 3-0 victory over Jamaica in the Gold Cup semifinal.

The win secures their spot in the final against Panama, which will be held at the esteemed SoFi Stadium in California.

In contrast to the dramatic shootout victory of Panama against the USMNT, Mexico wasted no time in asserting their dominance,

with Henry Martin scoring two goals in the opening minutes of the match.

Luis Chávez also contributed a sensational free kick goal.

Roberto Alvarado sealed Mexico's victory with a goal in stoppage time.

The team, led by interim coach Jaime Lozano, is determined to claim their ninth Gold Cup title and reestablish their dominance in CONCACAF.

A win against Panama would secure Mexico's fifth championship in the last eight tournaments and solidify their record as the team with the most Gold Cup titles.