Complete the Tri basket in Granada

The Mexican Under-20 team beat Granada 8-0 and only a tragedy would have prevented the qualification of the Second Phase of Premarital, where it will fight for a ticket to Poland 2019.

The Italian flag equalized in 10 points with Jamaica, but with a goal difference of +19 against the Caribbean's +10. Only the industry leader advances to the next round.

A win on Aruba this Saturday, as dictated by the screenplay, will allow Mexico to meet the first requirement and qualify for a second group stage, with three teams, two of which will qualify for the World Cup.

The goals were Efraín Orona at 2 & # 39 ;, José Juan Macias at 30 & # 39; and 69 & # 39 ;, Iván López at 37 & # 39; and at 52, Alexis Gutiérrez at 56, Diego Hernández at 71 & Daniel López at 88 & # 39;

Jamaica did their homework by beating Aruba for 7-1, but Mexico was not safe and so the coach Diego Ramirez sent his team better, but with the game settled he replaced Diego Lainez after the pause.

The Granada goalkeeper contributed with at least three of the tricolor's scores, which exploited his opponent's weakness.

CONCACAF aims to increase the competitive level of its national teams, but for now has only reached historical beatings.

Mexico arrives at the last day of this first phase with 9 goals ahead of Jamaica. Yes, only a tragedy would leave out.

The Mexican Under-20 team beat Granada 8-0 and only a tragedy would have prevented the qualification of the Second Phase of Premarital, where it will fight for a ticket to Poland 2019.

The Italian flag equalized in 10 points with Jamaica, but with a goal difference of +19 against the Caribbean's +10. Only the industry leader advances to the next round.

A win on Aruba this Saturday, as dictated by the screenplay, will allow Mexico to meet the first requirement and qualify for a second group stage, with three teams, two of which will qualify for the World Cup.

The goals were Efraín Orona at 2 & # 39 ;, José Juan Macias at 30 & # 39; and 69 & # 39 ;, Iván López at 37 & # 39; and at 52, Alexis Gutiérrez at 56, Diego Hernández at 71 & Daniel López at 88 & # 39;

Jamaica did their homework by beating Aruba for 7-1, but Mexico was not safe and so the coach Diego Ramirez sent his team better, but with the game settled he replaced Diego Lainez after the pause.

The Granada goalkeeper contributed with at least three of the tricolor's scores, which exploited his opponent's weakness.

CONCACAF aims to increase the competitive level of its national teams, but for now has only reached historical beatings.

Mexico arrives at the last day of this first phase with 9 goals ahead of Jamaica. Yes, only a tragedy would leave out.

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