Concacaf Nations League: Mexico finished third | Video

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The Mexican Soccer Team took third place in the Concacaf Nations League by beating 1-0 Panamaanother gray performance of the national team held this Sunday at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The Mexican victory goal was the work of Jesus Gallardo at minute 4, later two goals to the canaleros were annulled due to misplaced actions, including a great goal from a Chilean signed byr Hannibal Godoy at 56'.

In it Allegiant Stadium who showed poor attendance for the Tricolor match, prior to the grand Final between United States and Canadathe only official goal of the match fell in the initial minutes, when the side of Rayados del Monterrey He ordered the ball to be saved with a left-footed shot inside the area after a service from Uriel Antuna.

The Mexican squadron, under the command of Diego Coca, was able to record a bigger victory, but the Panamanian goalkeeper Luis Mejia He avoided at least three clear scoring chances.

And likewise to turbulent semifinal matchup against the Americansthe national team became involved in bronc matchwhich lasted several minutes, kicks and jolts throughout the match which resulted in 11 yellow cards by the Jamaican referee Daneon Parchment, five for Panamanians, six for nationals.

Thus ended the participation of the Mexican team in the Concacaf Nations League and the next commitment will be the gold Cup where he will face Honduras on June 25, four days later he will play against Haiti and will close the Group B phase against Qatar On July 2.

Concacaf Nations League
Match for third and fourth place
Panama 0-1 Mexico
Stadium: Allegiant Stadium
Headquarters: Las Vegas, Nevada
Referee: Daneon Parchment (Jamaica)
0-1 (4').- Jesús Gallardo

Luis Mejía (Yellow, 75 ')
Harold Cummings
Roderick Miller (Yellow, 90 ')
Fidel Escobar
Aníbal Godoy (Yellow, 57′)
(Christian Martínez, 65') (Yellow, 78')
Adalberto Carrasquilla
(Jovani Welch, 90+4′)
Cesar Blackman
Edgar Barcenas
Alberto Quintero (Yellow, 33 ')
(Freddy Gondola, 83')
ismael diaz
(Cecilio Waterman, 83′)
Jose Fajardo
DT: Thomas Christiansen

Guillermo Ochoa
Johan Vásquez (Yellow, 54′)
Israel Reyes (Yellow, 84 ')
Jesus Gallardo
Julián Araujo (Yellow, 45+4′)
Luis Romo (Yellow, 28 ')
Luis Chavez
Érick Sánchez (Yellow, 81 ')
Santiago Gimenez
(Henry Martin, 87')
Jonathan Herrera (Yellow, 31')
(Orbelin Pineda, 67')
Uriel Antuna
(Carlos Rodríguez, 90+5′)
DT: Diego Cocca

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