Goals and Highlights: Mexico 8-0 Antigua y Barbuda in CONCACAF Women's Pre-World Cup 2022
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7:04 PM3 months ago

Goals and Highlights

6:53 PM3 months ago


Goal, goal, goal for Mexico! Delgadillo's late shot from Delgadillo for a great goal.
6:48 PM3 months ago


Maria Sanchez's pass, but when the ball is returned to her, the defense prevents it from going through.
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Goalkeeper! Katty Martínez sends in a lethal header, but Jarvis keeps the ball.
6:42 PM3 months ago


Mexico looked for the eighth, but could not get a good finish on the last line.
6:34 PM3 months ago


Goal, goal, goal for Mexico! Carolina Jaramillo sent a fierce shot into the back of the net.
6:25 PM3 months ago


Long distance shot by Nancy Antonio, but the ball ends up going over the goal.
6:22 PM3 months ago


Goal, goal, goal for Mexico! Maricarmen Reyes arrives to push the ball in and keep adding to Mexico's goal tally.
6:19 PM3 months ago


Goal, goal, goal for Mexico!  Katty Martinez blasted a shot from the edge of the box to increase the lead.
6:16 PM3 months ago


Double change for Mexico. Myra Delgadillo and Katty Martínez are substituted for Joseline Montoya and Alicia Cervantes.
6:14 PM3 months ago


The first minutes were back and forth in Santo Domingo, with both teams looking for the opponent's goal.
6:11 PM3 months ago


Changes for both teams. Mexico gives play to Karina Rodriguez and Maricarmen Reyes for Rebeca Bernal and Stephany Mayor. Barbuda sends Scavo for Nicole Stewart.
6:03 PM3 months ago


The action resumes for the second half.
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At the end of the first half, Mexico is already beating Antigua and Barbuda.
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Goal, goal, goal for Mexico! Alicia Cervantes popped up to head the ball into the back of the net.
5:42 PM3 months ago


What a mistake! Joseline Montoya had the fourth, but when it was time to score, she ended up crossing her shot too far.
5:34 PM3 months ago


Goal, goal, goal for Mexico! Stephany Mayor scores her brace from the penalty spot to extend the lead even further.
5:33 PM3 months ago


Penalty for Mexico! A clear handball inside the box and the referee awards a penalty kick.
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Jaramillo sent a shot, but the ball ended up going over the goal.
5:28 PM3 months ago


Goal, goal, goal for Mexico! Rebeca Bernal appeared inside the box and in the area ends up shooting into the goal to extend the lead.
5:27 PM3 months ago


Goal, goal, goal for Mexico! Stephany Mayor appeared and with a personal play entered the area and ended up scoring to open the score.
5:24 PM3 months ago


Rebeca Bernal has a header but the ball goes over the goal.
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Goalkeeper! Jarvis' handball prevents Mexico from scoring the first.
5:12 PM3 months ago


First minutes of the match, Mexico seeks to open the scoring.
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The action gets underway for the second match of the second day of the Pre-World Cup.
4:58 PM3 months ago

Mexico: LineUp

I González; A. Rodríguez, R. Bernal, J. López, N. Antonio, C. Jaramillo, C. Ferral, S. Mayor, M. Sánchez, A. Cervantes, J. Montoya.
4:56 PM3 months ago

Antigua y Barbuda: LineUp

A. Jarvis; D. Tittle, J. James, S. Scavo, T. Benjamin, G. De Suza, S. Christopher, T. Grant, K. Jacobs, Z. Samuel, M. Bird.
4:52 PM3 months ago

To warm up

Both teams are already warming up on the field to get ready for the start of the match.
4:50 PM3 months ago

At home

Antigua and Barbuda is also at the Santo Domingo stadium where they will be looking for the complicated task of defeating Mexico in this match.
4:48 PM3 months ago

They are here!

The Mexican national team is already at the Felix Sanchez Olympic Stadium, where they will be looking to continue adding points.

4:35 PM3 months ago

Mexico Statements

Jimena López thanked the Federation: "We thank the FMF for the support they give us and Liga MX Femenil. We are aware that Mexico must be in the World Cup and we are working with that goal in mind".
4:28 PM3 months ago

What a beauty!

This will be the jersey that the Mexican national team will wear to face Antigua and Barbuda this afternoon.

4:24 PM3 months ago

With time!

Mexico arrived in Santo Domingo with plenty of time to train and try to adapt to the city's climate and thus get in tune for this clash.
4:16 PM3 months ago

Mexico Statements

Jimena Lopez spoke before the match: "We are very grateful to the Mexican Football Federation for the support they are giving us and Liga MX Femenil. We are very aware that Mexico has to be at the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand and we are working with that goal in mind."
4:11 PM3 months ago

Watch out for this player

Katty Martinez is who Antigua and Barbuda has to pay special attention to, the striker scored a brace in the first match and will be looking to continue adding goals to her personal tally.
4:06 PM3 months ago

We are back!

We are back for the minute-by-minute coverage of the match between Mexico Femenil and Antigua and Barbuda, we will soon share with you the confirmed lineups and the most relevant information about the match.
4:01 PM3 months ago

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3:56 PM3 months ago

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3:51 PM3 months ago

Mexico's Statements

Carolina Jaramillo spoke before facing Antigua and Barbuda: "We knew that any opponent was complicated. We were happy for the result and for the fans, they were always cheering and shouting for every goal. There are many things to improve, but the team did very well.

"For us any opponent is important, we know that these games are vital for the competition of each one of us. We have been doing very well, it is a lot of confidence for us, but we can improve many things and without demeriting the rival."

3:46 PM3 months ago

They are leaders!

Mexico is momentarily in the lead at the start of the Pre-World Cup, after the great goal difference they obtained in their first match of this tournament.
3:41 PM3 months ago

Mexico's Statements

Monica Vergara spoke at the end of the first match of the Preliminary Round: "During the match the opponent gave us problems, we will work to generate more options, to have better associations and better finishing. They are teams that, like us, are in development and we have to face them with all due respect, without minimizing them and with 100% of what we have as a team."

"They know perfectly well who they are competing against in each position and we are forming a real team. There is a lot of respect for the rivals, a pride of belonging and a lot of ambition to improve, committed to take the responsibility of being disciplined and examples to follow. Today all our fans are seeing their commitment to put women's soccer in our country at that level. There is a lot to work on, but it is a good start. I'm very proud of my players and I know we're still going to improve."

"Delighted with the fans, we are very grateful, it is an incentive to have the support of the people and that it is noticeable that we are playing at home."

"It's a very even team, I can look at them and I trust them completely, their level is to be on the court, you will see rotations because their quality is enormous and they have the hunger to wear the uniform. They are very committed to give their best and are also aware of the competition in their positions.

3:36 PM3 months ago

Mexico's final lineup

Emily Alvarado; Kenti Robles, Diana Garcia, Stephany Mayor, Rebeca Bernal, Jacqueline Ovalle, Greta Espinoza Myra Delgadillo, Bianca Sierra Alexia Delgado, Katty Martinez.
3:31 PM3 months ago

Good rhythm

Mexico arrives to this match after a scandalous nine goals to zero victory over Suriname. In this match, the players coached by Monica Vergara will try to continue to impose themselves and give a good show.

3:26 PM3 months ago

Heavy defeat

Antigua and Barbuda comes into this match after losing their first match in the Women's Pre-World Cup with a fairly heavy score of four goals to zero, so in this match they will be looking to make it a three-goal game and come out victorious.
3:21 PM3 months ago

The match will be played at the Félix Sánchez Olympic Stadium.

Mexico vs Antigua and Barbuda will be played at the Estadio Olímpico Félix Sánchez, located in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. The stadium has a capacity for 27,000 people. 
3:16 PM3 months ago

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