Juarez forward Bryan González has experienced a new experience as the national team. He concentrated in the facilities of the Mexico City High Performance Center (CAR) at Tri Sub-20 from March 22 to 29. .
In this way, the striker is not only training on Tuzos del Pachuca but also on the team, because he is already a member of the U-17, and he represented the U-17 in the Brazil World Cup in 2019 on behalf of Mexico.
“I am very happy. As always, coming to the national team will be a source of pride and great motivation,” the border football player said via text message.
Bryan and the others who were called up began to concentrate on March 22 and worked for a week under the guidance of coach Raúl Chabrand.
On the 26th of last month, Tri Sub-20 played the first of two friendly matches with Guatemala. Although he was not a starter, Brian’s performance in that game ended in a singles draw. Ozziel Herrera scored for Mexico in the 11th minute and Damián Arévalo tied for 50 points.
The youth players met Guatemala again on Monday last week. This time Mexico won 3-1 with goals from Jordan Carrillo, Ramon Juarez and Alejandro Andrade. . For Chapines, Mathius Gaitán has a discount. Bryan also participated in the game.
“Thank God, I have played my abilities again. I feel very good. Gradually I have more confidence in the group. I think focus is very good for me, because as usual, these are new experiences. , I’m learning more and more. This is a new competition. I’m very happy to improve myself there and continue to pursue my main goal, which is to consolidate myself in the first level. The strength.” Old player.
After the second game, the selected person broke the team and each player returned to his team. This weekend, the Juarez forward saw Pachuca Unders, who is under 20, and they scored four goals during their visit to the Cougars. González played 79 minutes.
In the 2019 Brazil U-17 World Cup final, Bryan scored to put Mexico ahead of Brazil in the 66th minute, but the controversial penalty and defensive negligence allowed Brazil to turn points and prevent Mexico from winning the game. The third World Cup.
In the first division, he played in Tuzos for the first time in the 2020 Apertura competition in October last year. He also participated in the league game against the Cougars, but couldn’t prevent Pachuca from being eliminated.
In the current 2021 Clausura (Clausura), he played four games with Tuzos first team, the first of which was against Bravos de Juarez on the first day of the game. (Bravos de Juárez), he entered the exchange zone in the 83rd minute, and on the seventh and eighth days, he started with Chivas del Guadalajara and Águilas del América.
Name: Bryan Alonso González Olivan (Bryan Alonso González Olivan)
Team: Tuzos del Pachuca
Birthday: April 10, 2003
Place of birth: Cd. Juárez
17 years old
Height: 1.79 m
Weight: 75.1 kg
La Liga MX debut: October 30, 2020, Tijuana vs Pachuca
Figures in Clausura 2021 Liga MX
Played games 4
Number of goals 0
Own goal 0