Goals and Highlights: Mexico 4-1 Dominicana, 2021 CONCACAF Men’s Olympic Soccer Qualifying
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9:04 PMa month ago


9:00 PMa month ago

Thank you!

Thank you for following the Mexico vs Dominican Republic at the 2020 Olympic Pre-Olympic Games.
8:59 PMa month ago

Goal Mexico 4-1

8:58 PMa month ago

Great victory

Mexico started its participation in the pre-Olympic with the right foot by defeating the Dominican Republic and is the group leader.
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End game

México 4-1 Dominican.
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Mexico goal.

Córdova misses the penalty, but capitalises on the rebound to make it 1-0.

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Muñoz was fouled and the referee awarded a penalty for Mexico. He also cautions the goalkeeper Guzmán.
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Add two more minutes.
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Mayorga's shot is saved by the goalkeeper.
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Rodríguez and Vega leave

Mayorga and Muñoz come on.

Mexico changes.

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Baez enters and De la Cruz leaves for Dominican Republic.
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Antuna commits the sweep and gets his foot caught in the field. Assistance is called in to help him.
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Gol Dominican 1-3

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Esquivel is replaced by Cervantes for Mexico. 
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Antuna gets into the box and takes a shot with little power that the defence rejects almost on the line.
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Goal México 3-0

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Dominican Republic Goal

Azcona scored from the penalty spot to make it 3-1.

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Mexico goal.

Vega's cross and Córdova's finish to make it 3-0.

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Free kick that easily reaches the hands of Malagón.
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Angulo enters and Alvarado comes off for Mexico.
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Córdova's header hits the crossbar and the rebound is blocked by the defence.
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Goal Mexico 2-0

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Martinez is cautioned for Dominican Republic.
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Córdova's service into the goalkeeper's hands.
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Mexico goal.

Córdova strikes inside the six-yard box and through the keeper's legs to make it 2-0.

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Córdova is fouled and Mexico are awarded a free kick.
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Azcona is cautioned after a strong kick.
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Second half begins

Pineda is replaced by Mata for the Dominican Republic.

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Half time

Mexico 1-0 Dominican Republic.
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Add one more minute.
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The goal celebration

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Another delayed diagonal from Angulo that is blocked by the defence.
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Jesús Angulo is cautioned.
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Alexis is slow to get the shot off and when he does he covers the defence.
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Córdova is unable to put in a cross comfortably as he is marked by three inside the box.
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Antuna's header goes just wide of the goalkeeper's goal.
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Yellow for Reyes after bringing down Antuna when he had made a self-pass.
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Goal Mexico 1-0

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Mexico goal.

Rodriguez's shot to open the scoring at the Estadio Jalisco after a pass from Alvarado. 

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Córdova's header hits the post and on the rebound the ball hits Rodríguez and goes wide.
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The Dominican assistant coach is cautioned for throwing the ball into the field.
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Vázquez's header from a corner kick and the goalkeeper's hand is up to save his goal.
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Vega was unable to find the back of the net, but Guzmán turned the ball behind for a corner.
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Córdova anticipates at the near post and shoots wide.
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Azcona's heavy foot is stamped on Mozo and a foul is called.
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Malagón came out opportunely and cleared the ball after the long throw.
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Vega's header just before the minute at the near post is saved by the goalkeeper.
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The match between Mexico and Dominican Republic kicks off.
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They enter the camp

Mexico and the Dominican Republic take the field right now to make their debut in this tournament.
6:58 PMa month ago

Great track record

Excluding this participation, Mexico has been to the Pre-Olympics 12 times and has won the title seven times, can it be crowned champion again?
6:55 PMa month ago

Minutes away

We are minutes away from the start of the match between Mexico and Dominican Republic. Stay tuned for all the details.
6:49 PMa month ago

Malagón and Mexico end warm-up phase

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Goes from start

Striker Dorny Romero, from the Dominican Republic, plays in the Expansion League with Venados de Yucatan, so he knows the danger of the Mexican players.
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In case you missed it

Mexico's line-up...

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The United States won

By the narrowest of margins, the United States beat Costa Rica to top Group A, pending Mexico's progress.
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XI Dominican Republic

Guzmán; Reyes, Jiménez, López, De la Cruz; Mangas, Azcona, Lavergne, Messina; Pineda, Romero.
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Conditions for this afternoon

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Not a starter

José Juan Macías was a doubt prior to this match and Jaime Lozano will not start with the Chivas striker in his starting eleven.
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XI México

Malagón; Mozo, Vázquez, Angulo, Aguirre; Rodríguez, Esquivel, Córdova, Antuna, Vega, Alvarado.
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Where will the Pre-Olympic be played?

The Estadio Jalisco and Estadio Akron will be the venues for the Pre-Olympic games.
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Closed participation

With three top quality goalkeepers and six players from Chivas, Mexico yesterday closed their preparation for their first Pre-Olympic match against Dominican Republic.

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This is how Mexico arrived at the Jalisco Stadium

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Goal difference

Given the tightness of the group, goal difference could play a key role for Mexico, so they need to take advantage of opening against the Dominican Republic.
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They will come out in white

Mexico will wear a blank uniform this afternoon to open the pre-Olympics.

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We start

Mexico begins its journey towards the ticket to the Olympic Games where it seems that it will have a rival like the Dominican Republic. Let's start.
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Don’t leave here

Do not miss a detail of the match with the live updates and commentaries of VAVEL. Follow along with us all the details, commentaries, analysis and lineups for this Mexico vs Dominican Republican match.
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How to watch Mexico vs Dominican RepublicLive TV and Stream

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List of players from Dominican Republic

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List of players from Mexico

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Group A

In addition to Mexico and the Dominican Republic, the other members of the sector are the United States and Costa Rica.
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Dominican Republic, in search of the feat

The Dominicans advanced to this tournament after defeating St. Kitts and Nevis in the playoffs.

This is the first time in their history that they have played in the Pre-Olympic.

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Mexico, to avoid surprises

The Mexican team, which qualified directly for this competition, is the overwhelming favorite to be champion due to statistics and because it is the host.

It is the top winner of this competition with seven, having won the last two tournaments. 

(Photo: @MiSeleccionMX)
(Photo: @MiSeleccionMX)
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Kickoff time

The Mexico vs Dominican Republic match will be played at the stadium Jalisco, Mexico. The kick-off is scheduled at 7:00 pm ET.
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Welcome to VAVEL.com’s LIVE coverage of the 2021 CONCACAF Men’s Olympic match: Mexico vs Dominican Republic!

My name is Alan Rodriguez and I’ll be your host for this game. We will provide you with pre-game analysis, roster updates, and news as it happens live here on VAVEL.