The United States men national team's 6-0 humiliation over Honduras may have been the much-talked about match-day three action of the Hexagonal, but there were two other interesting results in the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying round on Friday - Trinidad, and Tobago picked up a vital 1-0 home win result against Panama, as Kevin Molino's 37th minute strike secured the maximum points for the Socca Warriors in Port-of-Spain. The Minnesota United star-man played up to 80 minutes in the winning effort for his country and with that result the Socca Warriors now moves to the fifth-place in the Hex table, while Mexico outplayed Costa Rica in a 2-0 home win thanks to a Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez and Nestor Araujo goals that edged out Costa Rica at the Estadio Azteca.

MLS players dominated the match between T&T vs Panama

A total of 10 current Major League Soccer players featured in the game. For Trinidad & Tobago - Cordell Cato (San Jose Earthquakes), Joevin Jones (Seattle Sounders), Kenwyne Jones (Atlanta United), Mekeil Williams (Colorado Rapids) and Kevin Molino (Minnesota United). While Panama fielded Adolfo Machado (Houston Dynamo), Roman Torres (Seattle Sounders), Michael Murillo (New York Red Bulls), Armando Cooper (Toronto FC) and Anibal Godoy (San Jose Earthquakes).

MLS players in action for Mexico and Costa Rica

Elsewhere, Mexico spanked Costa Rica 2-0 at the Estadio Azteca in Cuernavaca as Mexico forward Javier Hernandez first half goal equaled Jared Borgetti all time leading scoring record of 46 goals, and later Nestor Araujo doubled the lead just before the halftime break.

With this home win, Los Ticos now moves to the summit of the Hex standings. The game between Mexico against Costa Rica featured six Major League soccer players during the match as Francisco Calvo (Minnesota United) and Matarrita (New York City FC) started and played the full 90 minutes for Costa Rica, while Johan Venegas (Minnesota United) and Christian Bolanos (Vancouver Whitecaps) started and completed the encounter for Mexico.

Marco Urena (San Jose Earthquakes) and David Guzman (Portland Timbers) were later substituted into the game for Costa Rica.