Mexico Women’s debut with victory in Precampico de la Concacaf


With lonely score of Renae Cuellar, the Mexican Women’s National Team defeated Jamaica in the first duel of Concacaf Pre-Olympic held in the United States, a fair in which the tricolor aspire to get one of the two tickets available for Tokyo Olympics, 2020.

The pupils of Christopher Cuellar, they had the first goal opportunity through the Tigres player, Lizbeth Ovalle, that with a left-footed shot was close to surprising the rival goalkeeper at 17 ′. While the response of the Jamaicans came on a couple of occasions, first with the shot of Amdamolekun that went above the arc defended by Emily Alvarado at 26 ′ and then a shot at the crossbar at 33 ′.

However, only two minutes later the front of the Xolas of Tijuana and with a shot inside the area placed 1-0 in favor of the Mexican.

For the second half, Jamaica was close to tying the match; however, goalkeeper Alvarado did not allow it and on at least two key occasions he wore great saves.

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