El Salvador is the team leader who overthrew Granada

‘S biggest choice Redeemer He won 2-0 more than his teammate Granada On the first day of Group A of the CONCOP qualifiers for Qatar 2022. The result was a gray week in which 6 of its opening players dropped out of the call because they did not reach an agreement with FESFUT in awarding prizes.

With the win, El Salvador will lead their team with three points, followed by Montserrat and Antigua and Barbuda 2-2.

The first Salvador goal was signed by Gerson Mayan, who scored in the 23rd minute after an excellent personal maneuver in which he showed his good technical condition and made it clear that it was wrong not to call him in previous games.

Joaquin Rivas’ lead to 1-0 on the right saw the Mayan movement control the area, scoring two points and finishing without hitting the target with their left foot.

El Salvador closed the first 45 minutes unable to move again, but the second goal came in the early part of the fill in ’47 through David Antonio Rugamas.

It was a pass from the Mayan to that area, where Tony Rugamas appeared to send a powerful shot that kissed into the net after a Caribbean defender pulled away.

As of six low dawns, the Salvador Football Association (Facefoot) had earlier in the week decided not to include players Henry Romero, Narciso Orellana, Marvin Monteroza, Juan Carlos Portillo, Jonathan Jimenez and Rodolfo Zelaya as joining La Selecta.

El Salvador and Grenada are in Group A, having finished Antigua and Barbuda, Montserrat and the US Virgin Islands on Wednesday and are tied 2-2.

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In this new design, only the first will advance to the next round.

The opening eleven was defined by Carlos de los Cobos as:


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