The Tri will seek to continue his perfect walk in the Concacaf qualifiers for the Qatar World Cup. Gerardo Martino’s team comes from getting a couple of wins against Jamaica and Costa Rica. On this occasion, the Mexican team will travel to Rommel Fernández Gutiérrez Stadium to face Panama and distance yourself in the leaderboard of the octagonal end.
Despite the fact that Mexico‘s performance was quite questioned, Keylor Navas’ Costa Rica could not enforce his home and they ended up falling against the Aztecs. The Cruz Azul footballer, Orbelín Pineda, was in charge of scoring the only goal of the match that He placed El Tri as the only leader after two rounds of Qualifying.
– National Team (@miseleccionmx) September 7, 2021
On this occasion, the Mexican team must visit Panama, team that equaled without goals against Costa Rica, but that comes from beating Jamaica 0-3 in a mighty match at the National Stadium Independence Park. Surprisingly, the Panamanian team marches in the second position of the table after the irregular start of United States, Canada and Costa Rica itself.
👏🏻 🇲🇽 🔝
We reached six points in the Qualifier heading to 🇶🇦 2022. ⚽️
– National Team (@miseleccionmx) September 6, 2021
Mexico is the wide favorite
The history between both teams marks a broad supremacy of the Aztec team. Mexico and Panama have met on 23 occasions and in 16 El Tri has won the victory. In fact, of the last 5 antecedents between the two, Gerardo Martino’s team he has won in four of them, plus a draw.
Next match: Mexico vs Panama
My mind automatically: pic.twitter.com/b7TJjgtIAl
– Analysts (@SomosAnalistas_) September 7, 2021
When and where to see the duel between Mexico and Panama for the third day of the final octagonal?
Mexicans and Panamanians will face each other on Wednesday, September 8 in a duel that will take place in the Rommel Fernández Gutiérrez Stadium in Panama.
United States Time: United States: 9:00 pm Eastern / 6:00 pm Pacific.
Transmission: TUDN, Channel 5 and Azteca 7.
Mexico likely lineup
Guillermo Ochoa; Jorge Sánchez, César Montes, Néstor Araujo, Jesús Gallardo; Jonathan Dos Santos, Andrés Guardado, Sebastián Córdova, Carlos Rodríguez; Henry Martin and Rogelio Funes Mori.
Panama likely lineup
Luis Mejía; Amir Murillo, Fidel Escobar, Andrés Andrade, Eric Davis; Aníbal Godoy, José Rodríguez, Adalberto Carrasquilla, Alberto Quintero, Joel Barcenas; Rolando Blackburn.
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