Goals and highlights: Mexico 9-0 Suriname in Concacaf W Qualifiers
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11:51 PM3 months ago

90'

Three minutes of reinstatement are added.
11:50 PM3 months ago

MEXICO GOAL!

A pass from Maria Sanchez, and after several attempts, Alicia Cervantes scores for the ninth goal of the match.
11:50 PM3 months ago

MEXICO GOAL!

Maricarmen Reyes took advantage of a rebound and fired a first-time shot into the open net to extend the lead even further.
11:43 PM3 months ago

80'

Last change for Mexico: Maricarmen Reyes replaces Stephany Mayor.
11:42 PM3 months ago

MEXICO GOAL!

Alicia Cervantes gets the ball after a bad rebound from the visiting keeper to assist the newly-entered Carolina Jaramillo, who inside the box feints and pushes the ball in for her seventh goal of the night.
11:42 PM3 months ago

67'

Mexico makes its fourth change: Carolina Jaramillo comes on in place of Diana Garcia.
11:42 PM3 months ago

MEXICO GOAL!

Defender Rebeca Bernal scores inside the box for Mexico's sixth goal of the night.
11:41 PM3 months ago

54'

Mexico makes its first substitutions of the match: Alicia Cervantes, Maria Sanchez and Joseline Montoya replace Katty Martinez, Lizbeth Ovalle and Myra Delgadillo.
11:40 PM3 months ago

MEXICO GOAL!

Diana García once again gets in on the act with a fine shot to extend the lead on the scoreboard.
11:40 PM3 months ago

The complementary part begins!

The match Mexico 4-0 Suriname is underway again.
10:49 PM3 months ago

The first half ends!

With great authority, the Mexican National Team is beating Suriname 4-0 at the Volcano.
10:47 PM3 months ago

MEXICO GOAL!

Diana García scored the fourth goal for the Mexicans from outside the box after a deflection by the defense.
10:46 PM3 months ago

45'

A two-minute rest period is added.
10:34 PM3 months ago

MEXICO GOAL!

On a pass from Jacqueline Ovalle, Katty Martínez received a pass inside the box, cut inside an opponent and scored her brace to increase the difference on the scoreboard.
10:28 PM3 months ago

MEXICO GOAL!

Now Katty Martínez appears to extend the Mexican national team's lead.
10:19 PM3 months ago

13'

Katty Martinez also gets on the scoreboard, but her goal is disallowed for offside. Suriname is saved from the second goal against.
10:17 PM3 months ago

MEXICO GOAL!

Katty Martinez assists Stephany Mayor, who quickly gives the home side the lead.
10:05 PM3 months ago

The match begins!

The women's national teams of Mexico and Suriname are already facing each other at the Universitario.
9:58 PM3 months ago

What's next after this game?

Mexico's national team will face Antigua and Barbuda as visitors, while Suriname will host Anguilla next Tuesday.
9:45 PM3 months ago

Suriname: confirmed lineup

Tjin A Koeng; Krimbo, Van Ommeren, Brandon, Ondaan, Chin See Chong, Vaissaire, Banarsie, Stekkinger, Ansoe and Lantveld.
9:33 PM3 months ago

Mexico: substitutes

Alejandría Godínez, Itzel González, Cristina Ferral, Jimena López, Karina Rodríguez, Nancy Antonio, Carolina Jaramillo, Maricarmen, Anika Rodríguez, María Sánchez, Alicia Cervantes and Joseline Montoya.
9:31 PM3 months ago

Mexico: confirmed lineup

Emily Alvarado; Kenti Robles, Rebeca Bernal, Greta Espinoza, Bianca Sierra, Alexia Delgado, Diana García, Jacqueline Ovalle, Myra Delgadillo, Stephany Mayor y Katty Martínez.
9:21 PM3 months ago

The Mexican National Team, to show its power

Meanwhile, Itzel Gonzalez -a goalkeeper who recently left for Spanish soccer to play for Sevilla- highlighted the importance of this match to develop their soccer: "(The match against Suriname) is a great opportunity to put our style of play into practice. Regardless of the opponent, we must seek to grow as a national team and be at our best."
9:18 PM3 months ago

Mexico is aiming for the World Cup

Yesterday, at a press conference, Alicia Cervantes -one of the top scorers in Liga MX Femenil- made clear the aspirations of the Mexican National Team: "I am happy to be here, it is a new challenge for us. I thank Moni for his confidence and we want to win every game to be able to go to the World Cup."
9:13 PM3 months ago

Let's get started!

In a little less than an hour, the women's teams of Mexico and Suriname will begin their participation in the CONCACAF Qualifiers for the Australia-New Zealand 2023 World Cup.

For the moment, the players of both teams are already at the 'Volcano', and will be warming up shortly.

9:08 PM3 months ago

Tune in here Mexico vs Suriname Live Score

In a few moments we will share with you the starting Mexico vs Suriname live, as well as the latest information from Universitario UANL Stadium. Stay tuned for up-to-the-minute live coverage of the match on VAVEL.
9:03 PM3 months ago

How to watch Mexico vs Suriname Live Stream on TV and Online?

If you want to watch the game Mexico vs Suriname live on TV, your options are Prende TV and Paramount.

If you want to directly stream it: Paramount+ and Prender TV App.

If you want to watch it on internet, VAVEL US is your best option!

8:58 PM3 months ago

Suriname: last lineup

Moedjijo; Purperhart, Krimbo, Brandon, Tjoen A Choy, Chin See Chong, Wongsodimedjo, Ansoe, Orna, Lantveld and Stekkinger.
8:53 PM3 months ago

Mexico: last lineup

Alvarado; Robles, Ferral, Bernal, López, Espinosa, Antonio, García, Sánchez, Mayor and González.
8:48 PM3 months ago

Mexico and Suriname begin their participation

On Wednesday night, in the state of Nuevo León, the Mexican National Team will begin its journey towards its only and clear objective: to return to the Women's World Cup, after several years in which it has grown, especially due to the creation of the Liga MX Femenil (Women's MX League). On the other hand, the Surinamese team will try to pull off a surprise against probably the favorite to advance from this sector.
8:43 PM3 months ago

Participating teams

Group A: Puerto Rico, Mexico, Suriname, Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda.

Group B: Guatemala, Costa Rica, St. Kitts and Nevis, Curacao, U.S. Virgin Islands.

Group C: Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Grenada.

Group D: El Salvador, Panama, Barbados, Aruba, Belize.

Group E: Cuba, Haiti, Honduras, British Virgin Islands, St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Group F: Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, Nicaragua, Turks and Caicos Islands, Dominica.

8:38 PM3 months ago

What's next for the Qualifiers?

Afterwards, in the Final Phase, the eight qualified teams will be divided into two groups, each of four teams; after facing their three rivals, the first two places in each group will get their ticket to the Women's World Cup Australia - New Zealand 2023, while the third places will also be able to advance, provided they win their playoff series against a team from another confederation.
8:33 PM3 months ago

CONCACAF Women's Pre-World Cup 2022 Qualifying Phase

This round consists of 30 teams, which are divided into six groups, each of five members; they will play each other, so that after playing the eight matches, the first places in each sector will advance to the next stage of the tournament.
8:28 PM3 months ago

What is the Concacaf W Championship?

It is the most important women's national team competition of the Confederation of North, Central America, and Caribbean Association Football, since it awards the 4 tickets to the World Cup. This is the eleventh time it has been held.

The final phase of this competition will be played in Monterrey, Mexico, from July 4 to 18; for the moment, the only countries that have already secured their place in the competition are the United States and Canada.

8:23 PM3 months ago

Welcome to VAVEL.com’s coverage in the CONCACAF W Qualifiers: Mexico vs Suriname Live Updates!

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