The Tricolor woke up in the second half and defeated Suriname 2-0 on Diego Cocca’s debut as their new coach, in the Concacaf Nations League.
The It was Diego Coco He started on the right foot. The Mexican team defeated 2-0 Surinam in party of the Concaf Nations League, that has them as leaders of Group A with seven points in three games, within League A.
El Tri went from less to more and woke up in the second half, where Johan Vásquez opened the scoring and increased the score with an own goal after a cross from Uriel Antuna. Santiago Giménez missed a penalty kick and shot over the local goal.
El Tri’s activity in the Concacaf Nations League continues on Sunday, hosting Jamaica at the Azteca Stadium, meaning Diego Cocca will be in charge of the team at home.
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CLOSE BY, ALVARADO
EYE WITH ARTEAGA
ACEVEDO QUICK COUPLING
THEY MISSED TARGET
GOAL BY JOHAN VASQUEZ
SANTI THE CRIMINAL FAILED
SURINAME OWN OBJECTIVE
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