In the hostile scene, Héctor Moreno scored in the 30th minute and Raúl Jiménez (penalty kick) reunited with the net in the 90th minute. Fans threw water bottles and rain in the drizzle.
MEXICO CITY (approximative).- Despite the ups and downs in football, the Mexican team won a crucial victory (2-0), against El Salvador, at the Cuscatlan Stadion. This result ended the Concacaf qualifier in Qatar for the 2022 World Cup.
Mexico retained the first hexagon spot with 14 points. They also won 7 of the nine games. The United States is the second leader after it beat Costa Rica 2-1 in six disputed dates.
In the hostile scene, Héctor Moreno scored in the 30th minute and Raúl Jiménez (penalty kick) reunited with the net in the 90th minute. Plastic bags stuffed with water, splashed around in the drizzle by Salvadoran fans at the stadium.
As Mario Jacobo was expelled in 47 minutes and Néstor Araujo was expelled in 66 minutes, both teams ended with 10 points.
Gerardo Martino was the general ruler of the game and took on the game at a slow pace. Gerardo Martino’s followers once again demonstrated their inability to judge opponents.
After Moreno’s head had surpassed three colors, this happened. It seemed like it was winning against an opponent with little resistance. But the tricolor indulged again the opponent.
Martino performed 8 moves in the game against Honduras (Luis Romo, Carlos Rodríguez, “Cata” Dominguez, Alberin Pineda, Alexis Vega and Rogerio Funes Mori on the field) replaced Vega after 20 minutes due to injury and gave Jesús “Tecatito” Corona the entrance.
Mexico also lost the opportunity to have Jacob red-carded, which allowed Jacob one more man on their court. Araujo won the expulsion and was also issued a double yellow ticket. Despite their few games, this caused an outcry from the fans.
With his style and safety, Jiménez sentenced Vigil to the 11th step of a foul in the area.
Mexico will be making two tough visits to the United States and Canada in November as part of its next commitment.