The 18-year-old forward dedicated his performance to Honduras to his grandfather
Before his debut with the American senior team on Wednesday night, El Paso forward Ricardo Pepi prayed for his grandfather and dedicated his performance to his 2022 World Cup Concacaf qualifier against Honduras in Qatar , The Americans won the game 4-1.
Border player Paseno Ricardo Pepi knew he would make this debut so he prayed before entering the stadium at the San Pedro Sula Metropolitan Olympic Stadium to remember his grandfather, who died in 2020.
Pepi, 18 years old, scored the Stars and Stripes second goal. He also assisted with the third and cooperated with fourth goals.
Pepi, a Spaniard who scored 11 goals this year for Dallas FC in MLS, stated that he has been hard at work.
After defeating the Honduran in eighth final, Pepi said that he prayed for him and promised him that the game would be his. He will make three passes to Qatar in 2022. The other will be by resurrection. ball.
Pepi crossed the border from Juarez to be a child because his parents came originally from Juarez. The forward decided to play for the US team two weeks ago when the Mexican national team expressed interest in him.
Pepi stated that he had promised the team his heart when he decided to travel to the United States. He will do so tonight.
In the 87th minute Pepi intercepted a ball in midfield, and quickly retorted it. He then passed it to Brendon Aronson who scored the third goal for USA team.
In Wednesday’s game, it was tied. The 18-year old winger, who was a winger for the North American team, crossed the penalty box with a precise head and sent the ball into the net. He won the match 2-1.
Pepi launched another attack, and reached the goal line of the opposing team. Sebastian Ledgert retorted and recorded the final score.
The victory added five units to the octagon. Next month will be the FIFA date. The Americans played Jamaica at home on October 7, then went to Panama for a match against Panama. They returned home to face Costa Rica on October 9.
Name: Ricardo Pepi
Team: FC Dallas