The U-20 team fell to Panama in the final of the Dallas Cup 2022

That seemed Savior He started out as a favorite on paper, but in a field he could not mention, he was overtaken by a talented team and will continue his studies aiming for the World Cup after next June. They fell 3-1 in the final of the prestigious Dallas Cup against Panama.

After the arrival of Gerson Perez El Salvador had a remarkable style of play and lined up the attack with a pass by pass trying to hold the ball and change it on the first touch.

The tactic worked for Azulida in the first minute, with Nathan Ordos coming close to scoring the first goal for the Salvadorans in the 10th minute, but the goalkeeper avoided it.

But the Salvadorian pressure did not last long as gaps for canals began to appear.

Thanks to that, midfielder Omar Valencia scored the first goal in the 16th minute after a goal error that missed 1-0.
The team tried not to get frustrated.
But I could not find a way. El Salvador had the ball, but the canals were more efficient and the strategist had to move his pieces.

Tight teeth
The team did not lower their hands as the canolaros in front of them dedicated themselves and waited for the match plan.
The script worked for Penalty Canaleros until they allowed Captain Harold Osorio to score in the 65th minute.

The comeback was felt, encouraged by the fans but not because the opponent knew to take advantage of defensive errors and make the score their own.
Nine minutes to go, after Kenny Mejia stole a ball from El Salvador’s last man, he beat Labrador 3-1 for the highly talented Dallas Cup-winning Canaleros.

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Training staff and players should make decisions after a match that leaves good feelings, but shows that there are details that need to be improved.


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