Mexico 3 – 0 Costa Rica
Tania Morales 35’ (Mexico)
Veronica Perez 47’ (Mexico)
Renae Cuellar 70’ (Mexico)
The Mexican team was better off in the field of Unity bicentennial, but it was not until minute 23 that he filed his first action for the Tricolor clear when in a promising development with numerical superiority, Charlyn Corral wrong the service and gave the first opportunity.
Two minutes later, Tania Morales took a free kick that the goalkeeper turned in the contrarremate, Veronica Perez finished off with his left foot but his shot was deflected.
Prior to the completion of the first part, Tania Morales got the first goal of the team to complete move tricolor touches between Perez and Veronica Charlyn Corral.
Starting the second half, Alina Garciamendez stretched the field until Veronica Perez, who deftly removed the policy keeper and scored the two goals by zero.
Leonardo Cuellar began to move their pieces to 55, where a double change Charlyn Corral and Stephany came and joined Mayor Evelyn Maribel Dominguez and Lopez.
The party was centered in midfield and eight minutes later, the Mexican strategist made his third and fourth amendment, respectively, when entered Renae Cuellar and Teresa Noyola, to replace Tania Morales and Veronica Perez.
At minute 70, the Tricolor got the third goal, when Teresa Noyola halfway pulled the ball hit the crossbar and the rebound Renael Cuellar.
Five minutes later, there was again a double shift, left, and Monica Alvarado Liliana Mercado, Dinora Garza Lupita entering Worbis.
Three minutes later, the newly entered Lupita Worbis sent a powerful shot that went over the goal of the policies and then, Evelyn Lopez placed a pinpoint pass to Renae Cuellar chest with high quality down, but by connecting the right hand leg ball went slightly off the rival goal.
The Mexican goalkeeper Erika Vanegas was required at minute 83, but with a great swipe remained zero in goal.
After the meeting, the Technical Director of the National Team acknowledged the support of the people of Cozumel and invited fans to the second bracket game against Costa Rica, to be held on Friday 20 May at 19:00 hrs. at the Estadio Andres Quintana Roo in Cancun
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