The Mexican team faced the United States in the Classic corresponding to the qualifying rounds for the World Cup.
In a game locked in midfield and with opportunities for each of the two combined, the final score was 2-0 in favor of the Americans.
Here we introduce you how was the performance of each of the players Led by coach Gerardo ‘Tata’ Martino.
He settled down well in the actions and was attentive to each of the plays. He was safe and the drains were correct.
At minute 48 ‘he took out one of the most important in the United States, using his reflexes and deflecting to a corner kick.
Winger Antonee Robinson had a hard time covering. He committed unnecessary fouls and this caused dangerous plays against him.
He was seen repeatedly fielding the ball badly. It was not the night of ‘Chaka’ Rodríguez.
The first minutes ran when the ‘Cata’ made a luxurious move by cutting the rival in an excellent way, taking the palms from the respectable.
Did the toppings well. He stole balls and came out playing correctly. He was one of the players who most touched the ball throughout the game.
He received the opportunity to start. The defender did things well and arrived at the crossroads on time.
He was accompanied in a correct way with the ‘Cata’ and both raise their hands to be able to continue in the title.
Disappeared throughout the game. At the beginning of the meeting he was participative, although as the minutes went by, he ended up getting lost on the field.
At minute 11 ‘an important one was presented to him and he took a shot placed so that the goalkeeper Zack Steffen rejected a corner kick.
Later he ended up getting lost on the field of play and no longer weighed.
Not very participatory in the meeting. He made good runs, although with the ball he was little seen.
Shortly before the end of the first half, he was painted yellow for a foul committed in midfield.
In the second half he was tired and his performance began to be diminished. It came out of change.
The midfielder did not weigh as in other games. Despite having started as a starter, the player was not decisive as expected.
Of moments he gobbled up the ball. He was not very confident and could not go toe-to-toe against Robinson.
At 30 ‘he wasted the most important half-time, being alone in front of the goalkeeper and crushing his shot.
When he was least appearing on the field, at minute 17 ‘he took advantage of his speed to go to the front and shoot from the right, however, the goalkeeper saved correctly.
Repeatedly he was seen winning heads-up, faced and commanded dangerous services.
The forward looked uncomfortable on the pitch. He was well marked by the rival defenses who prevented him from showing more ease on the field.
He did not have a single one to be able to make a difference. It was not his best game and only presented slight sparks that did not pass to greater.
Roberto Alvarado (3): He entered the exchange to give Luis Romo rest. It did not weigh and they were scarce where it was noticed.
Carlos Rodríguez (3): He entered the complementary part to replace Jesús Corona. He was slow and lost important balls.
Rogelio Funes Mori (5): He came in to replace Edson Álvarez. He was participatory although he could not make a difference.