Objectives and highlights
It’s over, Colombia beat Mexico in the last warm-up match.
Shot from Vega, but the ball does not reach Ospina’s goal.
Cambio from Colombia. Durán replaces Díaz.
Mexico forced their way into the Colombian box, but the defense ended up pushing the ball away.
The protocol is activated due to homophobic shouting during the meeting.
Cut and shot by Chavez, but the ball misses the goal.
Sanchez arrived with danger, but Cuadrado swept and ended up avoiding the Mexican goal.
Goal, goal, goal for Colombia! Barrios’ volley from outside the box and Ochoa can’t prevent the third.
Cross from Vega, but Colombia ends up preventing the ball from passing.
Changes in Mexico. Erick Sánchez, César Montes, Santiago Giménez and Luis Chávez are replaced by Carlos Rodríguez, Kevin Álvarez, Henry Martin and Andrés Guardado.
Goal, goal, goal for Colombia! Sinistera finds the ball in the box and sends a deadly shot to tie the game.
Goal, goal, goal for Colombia! Sinisterra’s shot to Ochoa’s goal is blocked.
Changes in Colombia. Arzate, James and Falcao are replaced by Carrascal, Mojica and Santos.
The second half is played between Mexico and Colombia.
At the end of the first half, Mexico beat Colombia 2-0.
Vega arrived with danger, but Ospina keeps the ball.
Close! Cuesta’s header ends up going past Ochoa’s goal.
Colombia is looking for the first.
Goal, goal, goal for Mexico! Arteaga arrived in the box and sent a shot into the goal which ended up going into the net.
Antuna’s diagonal, but the defense ends up clearing the ball and preventing Martin from shooting.
The match is quite disputed, the two teams are in a hurry to reach the opposing goal.
Shot from Antuna, but he goes over the goal.
Goal, goal, goal for Mexico! Alexis Vega sends in a deadly strike to open the scoring.
Penalty for Mexico! Diaz knocks Antuna down in the box and the penalty is called.
Mexico and Colombia kick off the game.
Ospina, Medina, Sánchez, Cuesta, Fabra, Barrios, Alzate, Cuadrado, James Rodríguez, Luis Díaz, Falcao.
Ochoa; K. Álvarez, Moreno, Araujo, Arteaga, Gutiérrez, Guardado, Rodríguez; Antuna, Vega, Martin.
To the court
Both teams are already warming up on the pitch before the start of the match.
Colombia are already present at the stadium and will be looking for a good game and an important victory.
Mexico, with Martino at the helm, are already at the stadium, tonight they will seek victory.
Which thing !
After the elimination, Colombia wasted no time and chose Lorenzo to coach the team and start preparations for the next World Cup.
Gerardo Martino continues to move the pieces in order to choose the right players to attend the World Cup at the end of the year.
Watch out for this player
Guillermo Ochoa is the player to watch out for, the goalkeeper has six clean sheets in seven games, a number he will be looking to increase.
The last time Mexico played at this facility was in 2019, when they beat Paraguay by four goals to two.
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We’re back for minute-by-minute coverage of the Mexico-Colombia game. We will soon share with you the most relevant information on both teams, as well as the confirmed compositions.
There will be changes
Lorenzo said there will be changes in the starting XI for this match, due to the type of game played by Martino’s team.
Mexico last won against Colombia in 2010, where Elías Hernández scored just one goal to win.
Statements from Colombia
Néstor Lorenzo spoke before the match: “Mexico are a very balanced team in all their lines, who play good football, who lead from the back. The problem is the difficulty of knowing where we are going to recover and how. They team up well and run down the flanks, those are Mexico’s strengths in the World Cup; that’s the information we give to the players and what worries me.”
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In a few moments, we’ll share Mexico’s starting lineups against Colombia live, as well as the latest information from Levi’s Stadium. Stay tuned for VAVEL’s minute-by-minute online coverage of the game.
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Statements from Mexico
How does Colombia arrive?
Colombia arrives at this match having beaten Guatemala four goals to one, adding an important victory in this FIFA date.
How does Mexico get there?
The game will be played at Levi’s Stadium.
The Mexico vs Colombia match will be played at Levi’s Stadium, located in California, United States. The stadium has a capacity of 25,000 people.
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