Lainez and Vega the best in the 1×1 for Mexico in victory over France in Tokyo 2020 Olympic debut

Lainez and Vega the best in the 1x1 for Mexico in victory over France in Tokyo 2020 Olympic debut

Two players from Tri came out with perfect qualification after the overwhelming victory over the French team

Diego Lainez Y Alexis Vega were the engines of Mexico in the debut against France of the Olympic soccer tournament, and that is why they reached the perfect qualification in the 4-1 win. Both footballers put an end to the threat posed by the team of André-Pierre Gignac, being uncontrollable in the attack.


Guillermo Ochoa – 8

Guillermo Ochoa prevented Mexico from leaving with some disadvantage in the first half, having a couple of good saves. He was about to save the penalty taken by André-Pierre Gignac.

Johan Vasquez – 8

The central defender of the Pumas was on time in his coverage and prevented the French team from adding more goals to his account.

Cesar Montes – 7

The Monterrey central defender looked confident at times and caused the penalty, which spoiled his participation against France.

Erick Aguirre – 9

The reinforcement of Monterrey left Florian Thauvin out of the game, the reinforcement of France, to prevent him from having any role against Mexico.

Jorge Sanchez – 7

César Montes was forced to provoke a penalty, because Jorge Sánchez was out of position.

Luis Romo – 8

Luis Romo fulfilled his performance against France, although more is expected from the Cruz Azul midfielder.

Sebastian Cordova – 9

Francisco Córdova came out of exchange, but scored a goal and was one of the most dangerous players in Jaime Lozano’s team.

Carlos Rodriguez – 7

The Monterrey player had a low-key performance in midfield. He is expected to end up as a member of Jaime Lozano’s team.

Henry Martin – 8

The reinforcement of the Olympic team did not score, but helped to put pressure on France from defense and created spaces for their teammates.

Alexis Vega – 10

The Tri Olímpico striker is one of the best players in Jaime Lozano’s team, key to the victory against France by scoring a goal and providing an assist.

Diego Lainez – 10

The Betis striker showed that he is the star of the Olympic Tricolor, with his constant overflow and passes so that his teammates could score a goal. Uncontrollable.


Jose Esquivel – 8

The Bravos de Juárez midfielder played 18 minutes and went in to recover the ball, when France seemed to react with Gignac’s goal.

Uriel Antuna – 9

The Chivas striker came in and scored 3-1, which restored tranquility to Mexico and ended France.

Eduardo Aguirre – 8

Eduardo Aguirre entered to play less than five minutes and even so he was present on the scoreboard with 4-1.

Roberto Alvarado – No time to evaluate

El Piojo Alvarado entered instead of Alexis Vega, but there was no time to evaluate him.

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