Here at ESPN, we introduce you to five players who excelled at the CONCACAF World Cup, where they earned a pass to the World Cup.
The Mexican U-20 team qualified for the Special World Cup next year after defeating their Canadian counterpart two goals to one. The Mexican team qualified for the semi-finals of the tournament after finishing first in their group. ESPN presents to you the players who were important in the classification of the national team.
The Pachuca player scored his first goal of the tournament against Canada in stoppage time. However, the youth team of ‘Tujas’ became a factor during the tournament, so that those led by Ana Galindo and her team advanced to the next stage of the competition.
The U.S. Under-18 goalkeeper became one of the figures of the Women’s World Cup. The Mexican goalkeeper kept a clean sheet during the World Cup group stage. Velazco’s first and only goal in the competition was during the match against Canada, in which he made a valuable intervention.
Despite the fact that the Raidas midfielder assisted Mexico with a goal en route to the Women’s World Cup, Cervin was in charge of articulating the Aztec team’s midfield. The Monterrey youth squad ended their performance with a point in the national team’s victory against the Dominican Republic.
The Mexican forward extended her good form at the Women’s U-17 World Cup to the pre-World Cup in the Under-20 category. Maribel Flores takes the lead as the scoring leader for the Mexican team after scoring three goals: two in the match against Costa Rica and another against Puerto Rico.
The Toluca player was one of the undisputed starters in the central defense of Ana Galindo’s team. In addition to saving the opponents’ goal, Colin also scored a goal. The defense scored the third goal against the Dominican Republic.