The hope that the Mexican women’s team could qualify for the World Cup and the 2024 Paris Olympic Games is over.
Tonight the team led by Mónica Vergara fell 3-0 against Haiti and thus sealed a resounding failure in the Concacaf Pre-World Cup, same where the Mexicans add a disaster before Jamaica and another against the Haitians.
Roselord Borgella, Sherly Jeudy and Nérilia Mondésir were the scorers for Haiti in this game against Mexico, which took place on the pitch at the BBVA Stadium in Monterrey.
After this result Mexico will have to seek a decent close against the United States, who is the most complicated rival in their group and a world power in women’s soccer.
It will be next Monday, July 11, when the “Tri” will face the United States in the last game of the group stage for our country, and in case of falling, Mexico would close its journey in this tournament with a total of three setbacks in same number of games.
In this game, Mexico was left with one player less due to the expulsion of Greta Espinoza. This failure of the Mexican women’s team joins that of the “Tri” Under-20, who recently also missed out on qualifying for the World Cup in his category and for Paris 2024.
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