The fight for the gold medal Mexican football choice This continued on July 31 in the quarterfinals against Mexico, Mexico’s undefeated competitor in the Olympics.
However, the story within Tokyo 2020 Changed for tricolor Not only did he defeat South Korea, he beat it and did it: 6-3, Confirmed their qualification for the semi-finals against Brazil.
The Koreans dominated the first 10 minutes of the game and they did not lend the ball. But in the 12th minute, Henry Martin scored the first goal for Mexico after a brilliant play in which Alexis Vega and Luis Romo took part.
An excellent shot by Tang-Jeong Lee who put the ball in the corner of the goal was tied by the Koreans 8 minutes later, the only place Memo Ochoa could not reach.
But Mexico did not cross its arms. At the age of 29, Luis Romo took advantage of Alexis Vega’s superb pass to regain the lead and make it 2-1 in favor of Mexico.
At the age of 39, Sebastian Cordoba scored the first goal of the match from the penalty spot (yes, he celebrated as Guadamouk Blanco) after the Korean defenders knocked down Uriel Antuna in the area.
Just minutes before the start of the second half, South Korea regained the lead in the 50th minute with another great goal from Lee, but Henry Martin again put the score on 54 with his second goal, 4- at that time 2.
The play of the game was Sebastian Cortova, who scored his second goal of the night in the 63rd minute, from outside the area, judging the game in practice.
Goals just don’t end there. Eduardo Aguirre, who came on as a substitute in the second half, scored Mexico’s sixth goal of 84 runs.
South Korea took the lead in the 91st minute, but it was too late for them.
When will Mexico play football again?
The Mexican football team faces Brazil in the semifinals Tokyo Olympics 2020 next Tuesday, August 3 at 03:00.
If it wins, Mexico will secure a medal in football, but if it loses, it will play one more match for the bronze medal.
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