San Pedro Sula, Honduras.- The U-20 Mexican National Team learned from the last game against Haiti and on his return to Metropolitan Olympic Stadium demonstrated a type of game that was impossible to compete for the Puerto Rican national team in this phase of the 8th round of the Under-20 World Cup.
The goal celebration of the national squad started from 23′ after a magnificent personal play by Fidel Ambriz, who scattered the entire Puerto Rican defense to place the 1-0 in the locker. Ten minutes later the second Mexican goal would come through Christian Torres who hit the ball from outside the area to beat the goalkeeper Sebastian Cutler.
This is how El Tri would go to rest, however at the start of the second half the win would begin to take shape after the score of Stephen Lozano, after a superb center by Bryan Gonzalez for his partner to finish the pincer at close range.
The Mexican team sub.20 was motivated that moments later found the 4-0 in a superb header from savior marshal. Esteban Lozano lifted the ball out of first intention and his teammate flew like a shot to win the ball and beat the Puerto Rican goalkeeper.
Although the result was already abysmal for the Puerto Ricans, the Azteca team did not stop attacking and that virtue allowed them to celebrate another two goals in the last 20′ of running time. Isaiah Violante scored 5-0 and Jesus Hernandez He screwed the last nail into the coffin.
The Selection of Luis Perez passed the second round of the Under-20 World Cup, now they will have the most important test in the tournament, facing the Guatemalan national team in search of mooring one of the four places available for Concacaf on the Indonesian World Cup 2022.
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The final for the Mexican Under-20 National Team will be against the Chapín squad. The match will be played at the Metropolitan Olympic Stadium next Wednesday, June 29 at 9:00 p.m. (Mexico time) 8:00 p.m. (Culiacán time).
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