Omar Flores AltanaReading: 4 min.
The Mexican National Team had a sad presentation in Tegucigalpa and we provide the keys to the result.
Absent Guillermo Ochoa was the main factor Mexico’s defeat vs Honduras, in Tegucigalpa. The departure of the Mexican goalkeeper has left the tricolor with few resources to face the Central American nation, which has struggled with its football in recent months.
Guillermo Ochoa’s unexpected departure due to a shoulder injury sent the team spiraling out of control. Mexican team. Immediately, in the next match without a goalkeeper, With SalernoJaime Lozano’s side won 1-0.
Without Ochoa leadership, security Mexico It didn’t go well and the team lost control to the point where it ended in a brawl at the end of the game.
César Montes, far from his best
César Montes lacks regularity Almeria And it’s noticeable in the game against Honduras. The center back, who plays Spanish football, missed the mark for Catrachos’ first goal and struggled the whole game to stop a footballer. Anthony ‘Choco’ LozanoThis resulted in an injury to Cole and Guillermo Ochoa.
One of the lowest points of the tricolor in Tegucigalpa is security.
Santiago Giménez, without contact with the ball
Mexico Despite being billed as favorites in the tie against Mexico, they ended the first half scoreless. Honduras. Shanti, though beaten Holland, had few chances in attack and came off the bench in the second half. He is still not a key figure in the tricolor attack.
Introduced to Julian Quinones MexicoAs soon as this happens Honduras He made it 2-0. Jaime Lozano sent a natural Mexican attack onto the field Raul Jimenez In the 72nd minute, the problem was that he couldn’t connect with the ball and ended up being irrelevant in Tegucigalpa.
Edson Alvarez, the lone captain
Edson Alvarez He was separating his teammates at the end of the game as they exchanged words with the players Honduras and arbitration system. Player West Ham He wanted to take over after Guillermo Ochoa left, but he couldn’t. The midfielder never had control of the midfield, finding ways to attack with ease against a Central American side.