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.