Guatemala rang the bell on the second day of the Group G of the CONCACAF World Cup which is done in Honduras by beating him 3-1 Panama at the National Stadium in Tegucigalpa.
The victory of the bicolor puts a candle to the closure of group G because Panama will have to play with El Salvador, the latter leader of the group with six points, and who will also seek to secure that first place to go to the round of 16.
However, with the loss to Guatemala, Panama will be under pressure to win against El Salvador in order to secure a good place as first or second in the group.
SUMMARY OF THE DAY
The Guatemalan and Haitian national teams secured their first victories of the 2022 Concacaf Men’s Under-20 Championship in Honduras, as activity resumed in Groups F and G on Tuesday.
El Salvador 4-1 Aruba
The day began in Group G at the Estadio Nacional in Tegucigalpa where El Salvador defeated Aruba 4-1.
The Caribbean team started brighter of the two and scored their first goal of the tournament through Terick Monsanto for a 1-0 lead at 11′. It was an advantage that Aruba maintained until the closing moments of the first half, when Jonathan Esquivel equalized for the Cuscatlecos from the penalty spot at 45+4′ for 1-1.
The second half was all about El Salvador, with Eduardo Rivas scoring the go-ahead goal in the 53rd minute and then Javier Mariona completing the 4-1 lead with goals in the 76th and 84th minutes to seal El Salvador’s three points.
Guatemala 3-1 Panama
Guatemala bounced back from its opening loss to El Salvador to earn a 3-1 victory against Panama in the second game of the day in Group G.
Allan Juárez put the Chapines ahead 1-0 in the 17th minute, but the Canaleros equalized in the 35th minute through Leonel Tejada. Things seemed destined to stay that way until the halftime break, but Guatemala’s Arquímides Ordóñez took the lead at 45+3′ with a great left footed shot.
That goal gave Guatemala a boost and they were able to add the third in the 69th minute with a great left-footed free kick by Carlos Santos to complete the 3-1 scoreline.
Haiti 3-0 Suriname
Meanwhile, at the Estadio Morazán in San Pedro Sula, Haiti used a strong second half to beat Suriname 3-0 in Group F action.
Suriname started well and had two shots off the posts in the first half, but in the second half, Haiti recovered and made it 1-0 in the 48th minute when Steevenson Jeudy headed home.
A red card from Suriname in the 53rd minute opened things up even further for Haiti and Les Grenadiers made the most of it, with Jeudy scoring his fourth goal to take the tournament lead in the 59th minute and then Adelson Belizaire made it 3-0. end at 63′.
Mexico 5-0 Trinidad and Tobago
The last match of the day in Group F was another triumph for Mexico, this time with a 5-0 win against Trinidad and Tobago in which four different players scored for El Tricolor.
Antonio Leone opened the scoring in the 28th minute before Bryan González made it 2-0 at half-time with a goal at 45+2. Goals by Esteban Lozano in the 48th and 80th minutes and another by Jonathan Pérez in the 53rd minute completed another resounding victory for Mexico.
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