Mexico falls to the guest and the qualifier will be played against South Africa
90 ‘+ 2’
Saving Tony sending a corner kick
Four minutes of extra time
GOOL. Roberto Alvarado takes a direct free kick towards the goal and with Dony’s cooperation the distance on the scoreboard is reduced
Free kick to Mexico where Cordova wastes and sends it out
Red card for vas deferens for wrong tone
Double transition to Mexico. Diego Lines and Alexis Vega leave. Enter Uriel Antuna and Roberto Alvarado
Japan change. Tyson Mida enters and Enzo Soma exits
Arrival from Mexico. Romo heads but Dony holds the ball
Carlos Rodriguez leaves and Joaquin Esquiel enters
Laines sneaks into the Japanese area, but clears the ball in the center attempt and misses the fans.
Kubo’s shot gets to Ochoa
Saga and Tanaka are condemned
The second half begins in Saitama Court
45 ‘+ 2’
The end of the first half. Japan beat it 2-0
Two minute compensation
Mandatory change to Mexico. Eric Aguirre is injured and Vladimir Lorona enters
Half turn from Cordoba. The Mexican team with the largest presence in crime
The Mexican team is advancing the lines, but not connecting to the last third of the court
Yellow card to George Sanchez. Two condemnations to Mexico with a block card for Carlos Rodriguez
Kubo creates danger again and takes the shot that leaves the post
Connecting on Henry Martin’s half lap but without much power
The goal. Ritchie Tone scored second for the Japanese with a penalty
Caesar Montes imposes a fine
The goal. Japan tops first in Tagfusa Kubo’s footsteps after falling behind Mexican defense
Corner kick to Japan
In the second 19 Alexis Vega creates the first danger and gets a center that no one can finish
Whistle to open!
The stock begins in the prairie of Japan’s Saitama
Everything is ready!
We will start the game minute by minute soon
Songs are sung
Stay with us!
We are just a few minutes away from the starting whistle of this tight fight, stay tuned for any details missed
Mexico Opener XI
Guillermo Ochoa, Caesar Montes, Jorge Sanchez, Johan Vasquez, Luis Romo, Eric Aguirre, Sebastian Cordova, Diego Linas, Carlos Roricus, Henry Martin and Alexis Vega
Japan Open Eleven
Kochi Dani, Hiroki Sakai, Maya Yoshida, Kou Idakura, Utah Nagayama, Ao Tanaka, Vattaru Endo, Ritzu Tan, Takefusa Kupo, Yuki Soma, Duchy Hayashi
In 2012, the Mexican national team also faced Japan, thus advancing to the final of the tournament. El Tri hangs on to win gold, beating Japan 3-1 in London
Teams combine the previous two conflicts, with one win for each side, with each team scoring an equal number of goals on each side: 3.
Statements by a Mexican strategist
“I am so grateful for this great opportunity to be the captain of this team. You have to go step by step. We have come with the intention of playing in six games. We have played the first game, which fills us with excitement and desire to continue to progress.”
History of women
The Rising Sun team also adds a win to the tournament, even if it is not due to such a big score, against Mexico they will come out with a knife between their teeth and aspire to the next round and secure their hometown
Mexico: Build the Pass
If Tri Olympico wins tonight he will be very close to qualifying for the next stage, however, there is a tough test ahead of him: the Japanese.
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Saitama Stadium 2002 (Japanese: ட்டா 玉 ス タ ジ ム 2002 Saitama Sutajiyamu Ni-Maru-Maru-Ni) is a football stadium located in Saitama Prefecture, Midori-Quil, Japan. It is also known as Saitama Stadium or simply Saitama. The stadium opened in 2001 and has a audience of 63,700. This is the home of the U1 Red Diamonds Club of the J1 League.
Osako Keizuke, Hiroki Sakai, Utah Nagayama, Kou Itakura, Maya Yoshida, Wattaru Endo, Takfusa Kubo, Koji Miyoshi, Tyson Maida, Ritz Tone, Koru Miduma, Kosi Dony, Ayo Tokyo, Ayo, Hayashi, Koki Machida, Ayumu Seko, Zion Suzuki
Assembled by Mexico
Louis Malacan, George Sanchez, Caesar Montago, Johan Vasquez, Vladimir Lorona, Carlos Rodriguez, Henry Martin, Diego Lore, Giorgio, Giorgio , Roberto Alvarado, Sebastian Jurato
Despite the failure of the host in the introduction, the score was very sensible. The Japanese at least beat the African team
Mexico shares Group A with host Japan; France and South Africa
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