GUADLAJARA, Mexico – Mexico sewed up the second Concacaf Olympic men’s soccer berth by recording a 2-0 victory over Canada Sunday night.

Uriel Antuna and Johan Vasquez found the net for the Mexicans, who qualified for the Tokyo Olympics.

Since 2011, El Tri has been devastating at Concacaf youth competitions (Under-15 to U-23) with a combined 57-44-8 record. This tournament marked the third consecutive time that Mexico bested the Canadians in the semifinals in which Canada lost to Mexico in the Concacaf semifinals. The Mexicans are a perfect 14-0-0 in those three U-23 tournaments (along with a gold medal at London 2012).

Mexico capitalized on two opportunities in the second half.

Antuna tallied in the 57th minute after a Canada pass up the middle was intercepted by Carlos Rodríguez.

The hosts scored their second goal seven minutes later after a Sebastian Cordova free kick was headed off the post by Vasquez, hit Callum Montgomery and then was knocked in on the second bounce by Vasquez.

“The guys gave everything to try to take Mexico down, but we had to be perfect, and we made a mistake and they made us pay for it,” Canada head coach Mauro Biello said in a statement. “We are very proud because it is a credit to this group that was put together and I think we saw some players have some good performances, especially defensively. At the end, it’s disappointing, but we laid a foundation for some of these players moving forward to the men’s national team.”

Honduras also qualified by besting the United States in its semifinal, 2-1.