The Mexico national teams And Chile They drew 2-2 in a friendly in Austin this Wednesday, with the two playing with the youngsters who could be in the World Cup qualifying round from January. Santiago Kimenez and Jordan Silva switched to the Mexican squad and for Chile they dropped Evan Morales and Pablo Barra.
The young men of both teams came out to show themselves, and soon began to arrive; In the 3rd minute, Mexico goalkeeper Carlos Acevedo, Joaquin Montesinos saved his team at a cross, when Benjamin Kuzevic was hit in the head with a shot.
Mexico, who held the ball 60-40 in the first half, took advantage of the rivals’ distraction early on and took advantage in the 9th minute; Arturo Gonzalez was sent off, and goalkeeper Sebastien Perez was dismissed, and Kiminis took the ball into the net to make it 1-0.
Went to Chile Dyke; Montesinos put a ball into the area destroyed by Jordan Silva in the 20th minute; He forced 21 runs and reached that goal because Evan Morales made a rebound and equalized with the ball.
In the second half, Mexico struck out two defenders in the 53rd minute and when they were in conflict with goalkeeper Sebastian Perez, Mexico were in favor, shrinking the attack and drying up. Silva headed in Sebastian Cordova’s free kick in the 64th minute to give the Mexicans the lead. Chile equalized on 86 with a left-handed goal from Barra.
Mexico to appear again at the 2022 CONCACOF World Cup, which qualifies for Qatar; Tri, who are in third place, will go to Jamaica, while Chile, who are in sixth place in the Conmepol classification, will hold Argentina. Earlier, “La Rose” will face El Salvador in a friendly next Sunday.
Mexico VS. Chile: Minute by minute
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Mexico vs Chili at what time?
- Mexico – 9:05 p.m.
- Peru – 10:05 p.m.
- Colombia – 10:05 pm
- Ecuador – 10:05 p.m.
- Venezuela – 11:05 pm
- Bolivia – 11:05 p.m.
- Argentina – 12:05 am (December 9)
- Chile – 12:05 am (December 9)
- Paraguay – 12:05 am (December 9)
- உருகுவே – 12:05 am (December 9)
- Brazil – 12:05 am (December 9)
The 18-year-old Flores is one of Mexico’s future prospects and has the potential to represent Canada and England, so Argentina’s Gerardo ‘Tata’ Martino, coach of the Mexican football team, will fight against the Chileans. Austin, United States to keep him on the ‘dry’.
Born in Mexico City, Caldames is in the same situation as Flores, who is of Chilean descent, and wants Martino to move on before building a talented right-winger. The forward of the ‘U’ was initially coveted by Renault Ruda’s choice, but rejected the plan because only the idea of representing his home country goes through his mind.
In a call released last Monday, ‘Tata’ Martino mostly invited local league players, some of whom have been concentrated since last week. As it is not a FIFA date, the coach could not resort to elements of European football, so the game against Chile will help to see the new elements of ‘try’.
Along with calls from Flores and Caldames, other new names on the list include Carlos Acevedo, Santos Laguna goalkeeper and Los Angeles Galaxy of Major League Soccer (MLS)’s Los Angeles galaxy’s Julian Aurozo and Efrine Alvarez. Chile, for its part, cannot believe the figures of Arturo Vidal, Alexis Sanchez and other cracks active abroad.
Mexico vs. Chile: ‘Screen’ called
- Goalkeepers: Alfredo Talavera (Poomas UNAM), Carlos Acevedo (Santos Laguna) and Luis Malacon (Nexa).
- Protections: Julián Araujo (LA Galaxy), Emilio Lara, Salvador Reyes and Jordan Silva (America), Luis Olivas (Guadalajara) and Israel Reyes (Puebla).
- Midfield players: Eric Lira (Poomas UNAM), Eric Aguirre and Alfonso Gonzalez (Monterrey), Uriel Antona and Fernando Feltron (Guadalajara), Omar Campos and Alan Cervantes (Santos Laguna), Sebastian.
- Forward: Eduardo Aguirre (Santos Laguna), Benjamin Caldames (Union Espanola), Santiago Kimines (Cruz Azul), Mauro Lines (USA) and Efren Alvarez (Los Angeles Galaxy).
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