Tuesday, October 3, 2023

Qualification after the draw against Australia

The Mexican team A two-goal tie with a similar team Australia Jaime Lozano’s debut as the team’s permanent coach, thanks to the tactical successes in the second third and after a forgettable first half.

The team led by Jaime Lozano was taken out of its comfort zone with high pressure and neutralized shortly after the first 30 minutes of play, while Australia took advantage of the counterattacks to show a lack of pace in defense and kept scoring Guillermo Ochoa’s goal.

In return, the dominance of the Oceanian team waned as the minutes passed, the provocations from the bench yielded results and the Mexican national team left enough arguments to bring about a somersault that was still in the making.

Discreet appearance for the veteran. The goalkeeper triggered a corner kick in the 16th minute after spectacularly parrying an out-of-direction ball, and that attack was the blow that put Australia ahead on the scoreboard.

As a left-back, he was repeatedly outpaced by his speed Riley MC Greewhile his offensive runs were ineffective and just made him look bad.

Due to the absence of César Montes activated as a central defender, the usual pivot was one of the clearest parts of the defense during the duel, however he lacked the organization of the game that he generates in the belt of the field.

The left center experienced a roller coaster ride during the duel. Since the grades were poor throughout the entire duel, the first serious failure only occurred in the 16th minute when there was an accident against the giant Harry Souttar from a corner kick when the central defender finished completely relaxed and scored the first goal of the duel.

In the second half, Mexico’s increasing dominance allowed them to relax and they retaliated in front of the fans with a long ball that turned into an assist thanks to the kick-off from Cesar Huerta al 83′.

The right-back was overwhelmed by the pressure Australia and had no depth in the first half, plus he operated on that side solely due to the ineffectiveness of both Hector Herrera as Alexis Vega.

In the supplement, protected by Jordi Cortizo j Cesar HuertaThe defender’s explosive football came to the fore and dominated the rivals until the final whistle.

The midfielder acted as a fulcrum and fifth centre-back, supporting a defense overwhelmed by Australia. His biggest contribution was stealing the ball at pitch level, but a late challenge for the ball against Riley McGree inside the penalty area became his low point of the encounter as said penalty ended 0-2.

The experienced midfielder showed that he lacks the footballing rhythm to be called up to the squad Mexican team. He ran the field for 77 minutes, his passes were inconsequential and he had no presence on the edges of the penalty area. He came out Eric Sanchez.

As a centre-back on the left, he stagnated on his side of the field during the 77 minutes in which he saw activity, with little clarity against a compact opponent who neither allowed him to develop his skills as a passer nor left space to do so try to score the goal. He came on in the 77th minute Jordi Cortizo.

The right winger found himself caught in the same vicious circle in which his football, both at club and national team level, is caught: a lot of speed, occasionally successful dribbling and a lot of aimless crosses. He came out in the 83rd minute Roberto Alvarado.

As a left winger, he took the field for 60 minutes with little clarity, showing he was out of rhythm due to his decline due to injury over the course of the semester. He left the field for Cesar Huerta.

The center forward had no chance in the first half due to the lack of ball in the Mexican boots and his performance declined after he missed the only free shot in the game for personal reasons.

At 55′, a hand from Keanu Baccus within the area before a shot is fired Luis Romo, became a penalty that signaled the one-goal draw and the beginning of Mexico’s dominance on the field, but the attacker crashed the shot into the left post. He was substituted on the next play Raul Jiménez.

(60th minute) The left winger won the game against ineffective Alexis Vega and cemented the arguments that should be considered as starters. He showed the desire he must have to take the field with Mexican team on his debut with the team.

Al 83, Huerta A ‘lost’ game took it to the last resort and football rewarded him with a lack of communication between the centre-back and the goalkeeper, which left him with the ball in a position to fire a shot into the left corner.

(60.) As a shock to the axis of attack, he did not cause a drastic turnaround, but was used when necessary. With a previously missed penalty Santiago GimenezIn the 69th minute, the attacking center took a second penalty from the penalty spot, triggering the team’s reaction with a partial 1:2.

(77′) The income of Eric Sanchez from Hector Herrera The circulation and touch of the ball on this side of the field returned, while the web qualities and clarity in this area contributed to the Mexican team’s offensive volume.

(77.) He replaced the missing Orbelín Pineda and found a partnership, both in Jesus Gallardo as Cesar Huertato transform the team’s left side into an arrival machine for the opponent’s area.

(83′) Substituted Julian Araujo with discreet participation on his flank, since the moment of the duel was destined for him Mexican team above the competitive area.

(83.) The right winger joined in Mexican team in the opponent’s area with better shots than his predecessor, Uriel Antunaand had a higher success rate in his field.

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