Players such as Córdova, Romo, Vega and Vásquez, have stood out in the Mexico of Jimmy Lozano, a university extraction technician
América, Chivas, Cruz Azul and Pumas were key for Mexico to qualify this Saturday to the semifinal of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. With their player input, the youth Tricolor was placed in the top four of the tournament.
The Machine contributed to Luis Romo, one of the three oldest reinforcements allowed. The midfielder had an outstanding performance in the duel against the South Koreans and scored a goal that meant 1-2 for the Tricolor.
Meanwhile, America collaborated with Henry Martín and Guillermo Ochoa as major reinforcements, as well as with Sebastian Cordova that meets the age. In the case of the striker, he scored two goals, the same situation as Cordova’s.
For his part, Ochoa Magaña received three goals, but it influenced the Asians not to get closer on the scoreboard, since he had a couple of key saves so that his goal did not receive more annotations.
From Chivas, Alexis Vega and Uriel Antuna They played a key role, especially the ’10’ of the Flock, who was one of the best against the Asian Tigers. On the left wing, he did his best to filter balls and leave his teammates with an advantage.
Meanwhile, Antuna managed to supply Diego Lainez on the right wing in a good way and his speed and imbalance did not stop driving the South Korean defense crazy.
Finally, Pumas contributed with Johan Vasquez. The defender was attentive on his return to the title after serving a suspension game and managed to cover the Asian battering rams well. Nothing could do to prevent the goals of the rivals.
Also, with auriablue blood, Jaime lozano, Tricolor coach, is emerged from the feline quarry and even renounced the possibility of directing Pumas to take the reins of the Sub-23.