El Tri ended a seven-game streak without a win against Cuba to earn their first three points of the Gold Cup. Their next game will be against Guatemala.

El Tri needed a confidence boost after seven wins without a victory, and Cuba gave them the chance to redeem themselves in front of 60,000 fans at Soldier Field. Miguel Herrera and Co. destroyed Los Isleños 6-0, and it was Oribe Peralta who led the pack, scoring a hat-trick and missing quite a few more chances.

Mexico changed its usual formation from a 5-3-2 to a four-men defense, with four midfielders and two strikers, and it paid off for Herrera, since his men got a comfortable lead after the first 45 minutes, which ended 4-0. After the break, Peralta scored his third goal of the game, and Villarreal's Giovani Dos Santos scored the game's sixth goal with a left-footed shot. 

This game was used by El Tri's players to break some goal scoring records. Peralta recorded his first multi-goal game since his hat-trick against New Zealand in the World Cup playoffs. Dos Santos also managed to score his first Gold Cup goal since the year 2011, when he netted the last goal during the final match against U.S.A. 

Peralta's hat-trick and Giovani Dos Santos stole the show on Twitter during the game. Have a look at some of their comments below.

Peralta's first goal of the evening.

Oribe scored his second like this.

Club América's striker ended his night with this tap-in.

Former Barcelona midfielder Marc Crosas: Who else? Oribe Peralta!

Giovani's curious no-goal celebration.