CONCACAF Gold Cup, 1993

Mexico and USA co-hosted the second Gold Cup in 1993. Two venues were used for the tournament - the Cotton Bowl in Dallas and the Estadio Azteca in Mexico City. The format stayed the same as the previous tournament.

Group A was topped by USA as they won all their matches qualifying for the semi-finals. Mexico also went through comfortably thrashing Martinique 9 - 0 and Canada 8 - 0 on the way. In the match against Martinique striker Zaguinho managed seven goals.

The two hosts would predictably go on to meet in the final. Mexico were given the advantage of playing the match at the Azteca. Mexico won 4 - 0 in a convincing victory to win their first Gold Cup. Over the course of the tournament they had scored an incredible 28 goals.