Coverage Mexico vs Guatemala : Let’s get this party started at 45 minutes to midnight! Azteca’s Pérez team has 45 minutes remaining in the second half.
the first half is over at 45+2′! A defeat in the opening 45 minutes means that Luis Pérez will have to make changes to his team to get back in the World Cup race with Mexico.
Guatamala is on the verge of a 39th-place finish in the FIFA World Cup. A cross from the left side finds Arumides Ordoez alone at the back post, and Guatemala take the lead with a header.
30′ A 0-0 draw after 30 minutes of play at the Metropolitan Olympic Stadium. However, despite their best efforts, the Mexican National Team is unable to do any real harm.
Coverage Mexico vs Guatemala LIVE World Cup race
20′ While the game goes on without a goal, the Azteca National Team continues to play with the ball in its hands.
10′ A warning shot from the Mexican National Team finds its way toward the Guatemalan goal, but it misses the target.
Let’s do this! The match begins at the Honduras Metropolitan Olympic Stadium. Against Guatemala, the Aztec Selection will be on the lookout for a place to the U20 World Cup.
Confirmed Guatemalan line-up
Guatemala will take on the encounter with the following lineup: Moreno, Corado, Mancilla, Santos, Cabrera, Ordoez, Juárez, Franco, Urizar, Villagran, and Montao are some of the other names on this list: as well as
Mexico’s national team lineup has been officially confirmed.
Eulogio; Alcantar, Leone, Martinez, Palma, Ambriz, Campos, Mariscal, Gonzalez, Perez, Lozano are the players Luis Pérez has confirmed for the Guatemala matchup.
It’s here where the Aztec Selection will be searching for their World Cup ticket in 2023. The winner of this match, Mexico vs. Guatemala, will play either the Dominican Republic or Jamaica, depending on the outcome.
As the CONCACAF Under-20 World Cup quarterfinal matchup of Mexico vs. Guatemala gets underway in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, welcome to the greatest LIVE coverage of the celebration from the Metropolitan Olympic Stadium!
The win is critical for the Mexican National Team, since it would secure your place in the World Cup of your category. The squad captained by Luis Pérez has not surrendered a goal in their first four games, therefore they will want to keep that run going in order to reach the semifinals.
Azteca Deportes will be broadcasting live coverage of Mexico vs. Guatemala in the CONCACAF Under-20 World Cup for the next several hours, so don’t forget to tune in.