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The match is over!
In the first half, both teams started with high revolutions, however, El Salvador gradually faded while El Tri went from strength to strength to take the lead with a goal from a corner kick scored by Héctor Moreno.
In the second half, an early sending off for the home team changed the rhythm of the match, however, Mexico would not be left behind with the sending off of Néstor Araujo. Finally, Raúl Jiménez scored a goal to end the match with a 2-0 victory for Mexico.
¡Triunfo en el Cuscatlán! 👊🏻 🇲🇽— Selección Nacional (@miseleccionmx) October 14, 2021
Sumamos tres puntos importantes para seguir en la cima de la Eliminatoria. ⚽️
El marcador final es presentado por @ATTMx:#ApasionATT | #CambiaElJuego pic.twitter.com/LMdJ1U8wrh
Mexico is still up on the scoreboard but El Salvador continues to knock on the door defined by
Out: Funes Mori, Orbelin Pineda.
In: Raúl Jiménez, Héctor Herrera.
Start of the second half!
End of first half
Héctor Moreno appeared to finish inside the six-yard box after a well taken corner kick by Cata Domínguez.
The match is underway!
We'll get started in a few moments!
"The reality is that we know where we stand, there is no need to invent anything; we are going against the best in CONCACAF, we know it and that is how we will take the field, as a team that has the mission to get the best out of itself", said the head coach at the press conference after the match on the fourth day of the final round of 16 on the road to the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
The lineup is ready!
¡TODOS JUNTOS! 💚 🇲🇽— Selección Nacional (@miseleccionmx) October 14, 2021
Aquí el XI que manda el Profesor Gerardo Martino para buscar tres puntos en el 🏟 Cuscatlán de 🇸🇻.
¡Gracias, @CocaColaMx y @PoweradeMx! 👊🏻#PasiónyOrgullo | #FMFporNuestroFútbol pic.twitter.com/7kLWrkwG3c
The Cuscatlán is no longer heavy
Four years later, on the road to the France 98 World Cup, Luis García gave Mexico its first victory in El Salvador in a World Cup qualifier, with a solitary 1-0, El Tri silenced the stands to qualify for the World Cup.
After two World Cup cycles of waiting, Mexico returned to the Cuscatlán for the nightmare of 2009, however, they made it clear that they are the masters and lords of the Cuscatlán, since despite the terrible qualifying for the 2014 World Cup, they had no problems to win on foreign soil.
The last time they met at that venue was during the last World Cup in Russia, despite El Salvador's winning start, El Tri put things in order by turning the game around with a resounding 3-1 victory.
About the Stadium
Current Status of La Selecta
Current State of Mexico
Argentinian coach Gerardo Martino's side traveled without defenders César Montes, who is suspended, and Jorge Sánchez, who is injured. Midfielder Sebastián Córdova admitted that El Tri does not see the match as a battle between the top of the standings with 11 points and the second-to-last team with 5.
The last time they saw each other's faces!
Throughout history, the two teams have faced each other 35 times, with El Tri winning 30 games, La Selecta winning one and La Selecta one and winning four.
They are already at the stadium!
¡Llegamos al 🏟 Cuscatlán! ⚽️— Selección Nacional (@miseleccionmx) October 14, 2021
🔜 🇸🇻 🆚 🇲🇽#PasiónyOrgullo | #FMFporNuestroFútbol pic.twitter.com/DmitksFAAU
How did El Salvador fare?
How did Mexico fare?
The goals were scored by Sebastián Córdova, Rodrigo Funes Mori and Hirving Lozano. El Tri now leads the standings with 11 points, after three home games and two away games.
The wait is over!
Today, there could be many changes in the standings as a loss or a win could move the teams closer or further away from the qualification zone.
2: United States
5: Costa Rica
6: El Salvador
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What time is El Salvador vs Mexico match for Qualifying round for Qatar 2022?
Argentina: 23:00 PM
Bolivia: 22:00 PM
Brazil: 23:00 PM
Chile: 20:00 PM
Colombia: 21:00 PM
Ecuador: 21:00 PM
USA (ET): 22:00 PM
Spain: 5:00 AM
Mexico: 21:00 PM
Paraguay: 20:00 PM
Peru: 20:00 PM
Uruguay: 23:00 PM
Venezuela: 20:00 PM
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Looking to climb up the rankings
It's cold at the top