Mexico advances to the round of 16 of the Under-20 World Cup with a beating of Trinidad and Tobago

San Pedro Sula, Honduras.

Mexico easily thrashed Trinidad and Tobago 5-0 on the second day of Group F of the Concacaf Under-20 World Cup and thus qualified for the round of 16.

The Mexican team was confirmed as the best team in the championship and the highest scorer, adding 13 goals in two games after the overwhelming 8-0 they scored against Suriname in its debut.

The Aztecs are the favorites to get one of the tickets to the 2023 Indonesian U-20 World Cup and to the 2024 Paris Olympics.

Bryan González celebrating Mexico's 0-2 against Trinidad and Tobago.

STRONG VICTORY

The Mexicans went into the break with a 2-0 lead, with goals scored by Antonio Leone and Bryan González. They dominated the chances and owned the ball.

The figures Esteban Lozano, from Club América, were added to the victory, with two goals, one from a penalty, and Jonathan Pérez, from the Los Angeles Galaxy of the MLS.

Mexico leads its group with two wins in two games, six points, followed by Haiti with four integers, Trinidad and Tobago with one and Suriname with zero, which today also lost 0-3 against the Haitians.

Esteban Lozano scored a double for the Mexican victory.

Mexico’s next game will be against Haiti on Thursday, while Trinidad and Tobago will face Suriname.

–DATA SHEET:

0 – TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO: Jahiem Wickham, Christian Bailey, Marvin Waldrop, Jaheim Joseph, Jaraon Pascall, Noha Roka (Kassidy Davidson, min.46), Tyrik Trotman (Kaihim Thomas, min.46), Real Gill (Josiah Wilson, min.63), Molik Khan , Nathaniel James (Isaiah Thompson, min.63) and Andrew de Cannes (Luke Phillip, min.46).

Coach: Angus Eve.

5 – MEXICO: Emiliano Pérez, Emilio Martínez (Diego Gómez, min. 56), Antonio Leone (Emiliano Freyfeld, min. 56), Jesús Alcantar, Rafael Palma, Fidel Ambriz, Christian Torres, Salvador Mariscal (Saúl Zamora, min. 56), Bryan González (Heriberto Jurado, min.74), Jonathan Pérez (Jesús Hernández, min.63) and Esteban Lozano.

Coach: Luis Perez.

REFEREE: Drew Fischer (CAN).

STADIUM: Morazan (San Pedro Sula).

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