The Aztec team got their ticket to the grand final of the Gold Cup by beating their counterpart from Canada 2-1. In a difficult game for the pupils of coach Gerardo ‘Tata’ Martino, in the end, with a goal from Héctor Herrera, they sealed the pass to the next round where they will seek to defend the championship. Here we present the 4 errors Y the success del Tri in the meeting. At the end!
Inaccuracies in the defense
One of the issues that affected the Mexican team in the first half were inaccuracies. The defending players, specifically that of Héctor Moreno, Carlos Salcedo and Edson Álvarez, became confident and fell into excesses within the area, causing dangerous plays in favor of the rival that were close to being achieved for the Canadian team.
Not giving the ball to Herrera
Compared to past matches where most of the balls were for midfielder Héctor Herrera in this match, the ‘HH’ teammates relied little on him. This time they were mostly focused on the wings with services to the area, but for moments they forgot the mattress midfielder.
Carlos Salcedo did not run in the action of the goal against
In the complementary part the Canadian team went to the front with the speed of forward Buchannan. In an off-hook, the foreign sprinter took Carlos Salcedo, who was more dedicated to requesting the offside than to stopping the soccer player; the forward took advantage of his ability and put the tie. In case of not improving these oversights, his name could shake for the final list heading to Qatar 2022.
Salcedo is NO more for El Tri
And since we are on the subject of Carlos Salcedo, this man should no longer defend the colors of the Tricolor. A man of this nature who likes to make cartoonish mistakes in games cannot even shoot a penalty well. He is nobody nor does he have the leadership to decide whether or not to take a shot from eleven steps. Since he asked for the ball, Mexico was already against it. Undoubtedly, 90 percent of fans knew they would miss the shot. Hopefully at the end of this Gold Cup he will never be seen again with El Tri.
The genius of ‘Tecatito’ Corona, Orbelín and Talavera
The best Mexican players of the match were Jesus Crown, Orbelín Pineda Y Alfredo Talavera. The ‘Tecatito’ was responsible for the two penalties in favor of the Mexican team; For his part, Orbelín fought each of the actions and scored a real goal from the eleven steps, by charging like ‘big people’; on the other hand, Talavera performed good deeds under the three suits