Done! Mexico and Haiti did not take any damage and split units.
Going to Zamora’s left foot stand.
Mexico’s defensive header prevents Haiti from firing towards Ulogio’s goal.
Haiti seeks to come with danger, Mexico defends everything.
Bad reception from Palma, the player sends the ball over the finish line without creating danger.
He invests in a goal, but the goalkeeper keeps the ball.
Transformation of Mexico. Enter Jonathan Perez and take Torres’ place.
Campos made the shot, but Hernandez was offside.
Brian Gonzalez’s shot, but the ball goes wide.
Activities resume at the Metropolitan Olympics.
Four. Five ‘
Mexico is changing. Palma and Gonzalez enter for Alcántar and Violante.
45 + 4 ‘
The first half ended in a goalless draw between Mexico and Haiti.
Belizeire’s shot, but Eulogio keeps the ball intact.
Alcondar’s good intervention prevents the creation of danger in the Mexican region.
Goalie! Violande’s cannon shot and in the background Augustine deflects the ball with his fingertips.
Violante’s cannon shot, but Augustine holds the ball without any problems.
Judy’s dangerous header, but the ball goes wide of the goal.
Clearing Haiti’s defense in a timely manner prevents Hernandez from creating danger in the area.
Operations begin between Mexico and Haiti.
W. Augustine; J. Lerich, F. Cicero, d. பியர்; B. Testin, W. Bear, A. Belizere, W. Leesart; S. San Millan, s. Judy, r. Apollon.
A. Eulogy; D. Gómez, E. López, J. Alcántar, I. Violante; K. Campos, F. Ambris, A. Freefield; S. Zamora, J .; Hernandez, c. Torres.
To the court
Both Mexico and Haiti are already doing preliminary warm-ups on the court and playing this last fight.
Both teams are already at the San Pedro Sula Stadium and are ready to play the final match of the series.
Over the top
Haiti are second in the group with one win and one draw, reaching four units. They will try to snatch victory from Mexico in this match.
The right step
Aside from amassing two wins from the two matches played, Mexico have scored thirteen goals and conceded no goals, so they are unbeaten and on a clean sheet.
With just over an hour to go before this crucial meeting, the Mexican national team will try to provide a pleasant reunion with all three.
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Haiti need to focus more on Mexican striker Esteban Lozano, who won a brace in his last game and has scored three goals in total, so he will continue to add to his tally tonight.
The Mexican team seeks to close its pass for the World Cup by adding nine units from the group stage.
We look forward to bringing you every minute of the match between Mexico and Haiti. Soon we will share the most relevant information and confirmed queues.
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Haiti last row
W. Augustine; J. Leriche, F. Cicero, R. Appolon, D. Pierre; M. Scott, W. Pierre, s. San Millan; B. Testin, s. Judy, W. Lizard.
The last line of Mexico
E. Perez; R. Palma, J .; Alcondar, a. Leon, e. Martinez; B. Gonzalez, s. Morriskal, F. Ambris, c. Torres; e. Lozano, J .; Perez.
How come Haiti?
Haiti The CONCACAF faced a tough path in the Under-20 World Cup, adding a point on the first day with a thrilling four-goal draw against Trinidad and Tobago and a defeat against Suriname. At this meeting they will try to add three to climb the levels.
How is Mexico coming?
The game will take place at the Metropolitan Olympic Stadium.
The Mexico vs Haiti match will take place at the Metropolitan Olympic Stadium in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. The property owns 37,325 people.
Good afternoon to all VAVEL readers!
Mexico vs. Day 3 of the pre-CONCACAF U-20 World Cup. Welcome to the live broadcast of the Haiti competition. The meeting will take place at the Metropolitan Olympic Stadium, at 9:30 p.m.