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Last minutes of the game. Mexico 1–0 El Salvador face each other in Cuscatlán, for the sixth day of the final octagonal of the CONCACAF Qatar 2022 Qualifiers. Héctor Moreno, with a head blow, scored the goal of the visit at 30 ‘. Mario Jacobo was sent off at 48 ‘in Hugo Pérez’s team and Néstor Araujo saw the red at 67’. Get to know the list of channels and the links available to watch the game of live football from different platforms.

The Mexican National Team goes out with Ochoa, Araujo, Moreno, Domínguez, O. Rodríguez, Romo, C. Rodríguez, Pineda, Lozano, Vega and Funes Mori. For its part, El Salvador goes with González, Larin, Jocobo, Vigil, Tamagas, Portillo, Monterroza, Roldán, Dueñas, Cerén and Rivas.

THIS WAS HÉCTOR MORENO’S GOAL FOR MEXICO 1-0 EL SALVADOR

MEXICO VS EL SALVADOR LIVE: MINUTE BY MINUTE OF THE MATCH

The Aztecs, undefeated in the tie, had no problem defeating the catrachos at the Azteca Stadium, and took the opportunity to shake off the doubts they dragged after two consecutive draws. Mexico arrives before The Salvador fresh, good spirits after the resounding 3-0 victory against Honduras that left them leaders in the Concacaf tie with 11 points. While he Salvador It comes from losing 1-2 on the road to Costa Rica and was seeded in sixth place with five units.

Coach Martino said his eyes and those of the team are on Wednesday’s game against El Salvador, although it is clear that the rest of the games that his pupils must face are “difficult”.

For his part, the coach of the Salvadoran “Selecta”, Hugo Pérez, acknowledged that going after a victory against the Mexican squad is “difficult”. and considered that from now on the tie will be a situation of “fighting” to maintain the options of fighting for a place in the World Cup.

The Salvadorans, led by Hugo Pérez, returned from Costa Rica on Monday, where they lost their comeback against the Costa Rican team 2-1, a result that left the Selecta with five points and in sixth position, ahead of Honduras and Jamaica.

Upon their return from the Central American country, those led by Pérez had a moment of relaxation in a beach hotel and this Tuesday they trained on the field of the Cuscatlán stadium, in San Salvador, where the meeting will take place on Wednesday night. El Salvador will face this match after two draws, two defeats and one victory.

Meanwhile, the Mexican team, led by Argentine Gerardo ‘Tata’ Martino and who has 11 units in said tie, will arrive at the Cuscatlán stadium after beating Honduras 3-0. Mexico It has not lost a single game in the tie – like Canada – and has three wins and two draws.

How to watch Mexico vs El Salvador live via TUDN?

The match between Mexico vs El Salvador will be played this Wednesday, June 13 at the Cuscatlán Stadium for the Qatar 2022 CONCACAF Qualifiers and will be broadcast via TUDN. Here we provide you with the available links to download and enjoy the football game live and live online.

How to watch Mexico vs El Salvador live on Channel 5?

Canal 5 is a channel of Televisa Group for broadcast television. Find out here the programming for each audience, how to watch it live on television or online from any device and all the information about the sporting events it broadcasts.

Companies have their own OnDemand content apps, where they also watch live programs. You can watch channel 5 live through these apps:

  • Izzi Go, free with any Izzi TV package.
  • SKY’s Blue To Go Everywere, which costs $ 20 per month and is for customers only
  • Xview from Megacable, which costs $ 50 per month and is only for customers
  • Dish Móvil, free with any Dish TV package
  • Totalplay app, free with any Totalplay TV package

What time is the game played, Mexico vs El Salvador?

  • The Salvador: 20:05 hours
  • Mexico: 21:05 hours
  • Colombia: 21:05 hours
  • Ecuador: 21:05 hours
  • Panama: 21:05 hours
  • Peru: 21:05 hours
  • Bolivia: 22:05 hours
  • Canada: 22:05 hours
  • Paraguay: 22:05 hours
  • Venezuela: 22:05 hours
  • Argentina: 23:05 hours
  • Brazil: 23:05 hours
  • Chile: 23:05 hours
  • Uruguay: 23:05 hours
  • state United: 7:05 p.m. PT and 10:05 p.m. ET

How did Mexico – El Salvador do the last time you played?

The last time both teams met on the field of play was on July 18, when Mexico won 1-0, at the Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas, for the last day of Group A of the recent edition of the Gold Cup. On that occasion, Luis Rodriguez Alanís became the only goal of the commitment.

What did Gerardo Martino say prior to Mexico vs El Salvador?

He did not rule out rotations in the 11 that he presented against the Albiazules. “We appoint players to play, not to have them on one side of the court according to the difficulty of the game, but I also think of the human being. They have played three games in 10 days, the trip, the conditions, everything influences, we are going to slow down everyone’s pace a bit “, he clarified.

“They enforce the locality, that is an issue that must be taken into account and paid attention to. It is a fairly aggressive team, dynamic and looking for partnerships. At some point we have seen him play more long balls and not so much come from the bottom ”, he mentioned.

“I like to focus on what can happen on the court. It seems to me that when there is a team that performs according to expectations, little interference has what happens in the environment ”, he mentioned.

The last game in the Azteca it is a sample of the potential they can show. “The only message we have in mind for tomorrow’s game (today) is to repeat what was done at home against Honduras. It does not matter whether it is at home or visiting, that was a very convincing performance, Canada’s was the opposite, but the last one is the one that concerns us and from there we leave “, he highlighted.

Results of Mexico in the final octagonal

02/09/21 | Mexico 2-1 Jamaica

05/09721 | Costa Rica 0-1 Mexico

08/09/21 | Panama 1-1 Mexico

07/10/21 | Mexico 1-1 Canada

10/10/21 | Mexico 3-0 Honduras

El Salvador results in the final octagonal

02/09/21 | The Savior 0-0 United States

05/09/21 | The Savior 0-0 Honduras

08/09/21 | Canada 3-0 The Savior

07/10/21 | The Savior 1-0 Panama

10/10/21 | Costa Rica 2-1 The Savior

Where are Mexico and El Salvador located?

In five presentations, Mexico is the only leader with 11 points, obtaining 3 victories and 2 defeats. On the other hand, El Salvador is sixth with 5 units, accumulating 1 victory, 1 draws and 2 defeats.

  1. Mexico – 11 points
  2. United States – 8 points
  3. Panama – 8 points
  4. Canada – 7 points
  5. Costa Rica – 6 points
  6. El Salvador – 5 points
  7. Honduras – 3 points
  8. Jamaica – 2 points

Funes Mori, close to becoming a legend of the Mexican National Team

Rogelio Funes Mori is very close to becoming a legend of the Mexican National Team in the present octagonal final of the Qualifying for Qatar 2022. With five goals in 11 games played, the forward becomes the best naturalized scorer in the history of the Tricolor. The Argentine born and naturalized in Mexico is close to passing Guillermo Franco, who has 7 goals in 25 games wearing the national jersey.

Another naturalized Tricolor striker is Matías Vuoso, who in 15 games played scored six goals, the 2015 Copa América in Chile being the most outstanding moment he experienced. With him, Antonio Naelson ‘Sinha’ joins, who scored 6 times in 52 games.

Today, in Mexico vs El Salvador he can score again and be close to breaking the mark of the aforementioned forwards, becoming the top scorer of a player not born in Mexico.

History of clashes between Mexico – El Salvador

Both teams have a rich history of fighting over time. They faced each other 35 times, the Aztecs being broad dominators, winning 30 times, 1 draw and 4 defeats.

The first of them took place on March 27, 1935 in the third edition of the Central American and Caribbean Games in San Salvador. That time El Tri thrashed the locals 8-1. Meanwhile, the first victory of the few that the Salvadorans have had occurred on November 6, 1981, within the 1981 Concacaf Cup, which served as a qualifier for the 1982 World Cup, even by the minimum difference in Tegucigalpa.

  • 03/28/35 | El Salvador 1-8 Mexico | San Salvador
  • 02/18/38 | El Salvador 0-6 Mexico | Panama
  • 03/28/65 | El Salvador 0-2 Mexico | Guatemala city
  • 06/07/70 | Mexico 4-0 El Salvador | Mexico City
  • 10/12/77 | Mexico 3-1 El Salvador | Mexico City
  • 02/12/78 | El Salvador 1-5 Mexico | San Salvador
  • 12/04/79 | El Salvador 0-2 Mexico | San Salvador
  • 12/18/79 | Mexico 1-1 El Salvador | Texcoco
  • 11/06/81 | El Salvador 1-0 Mexico | Tegucigalpa, Honduras
  • 10/25/83 | Mexico 5-0 El Salvador | Los Angeles United States
  • 10/11/84 | Mexico 1-0 El Salvador | Los Angeles United States
  • 01/11/87 | Mexico 3-1 El Salvador | Los Angeles United States
  • 02/23/89 | Mexico 2-0 El Salvador | Los Angeles United States
  • 03/07/92 | El Salvador 1-2 Mexico | unconfirmed
  • 10/07/92 | Mexico 2-0 El Salvador | Los Angeles United States
  • 04/04/93 | El Salvador 2-1 Mexico | San Salvador
  • 04/18/93 | Mexico 3-1 El Salvador | Mexico City
  • 11/20/96 | Mexico 3-1 El Salvador | Los Angeles United States
  • 06/08/97 | El Salvador 0-1 Mexico | San Salvador
  • 10/05/97 | Mexico 5-0 El Salvador | Mexico City
  • 11/17/98 | Mexico 2-0 El Salvador | Los Angeles United States
  • 07/01/98 | Mexico 2-0 El Salvador | Los Angeles United States
  • 10/31/01 | Mexico 4-1 El Salvador | Puebla, Mexico
  • 01/19/02 | El Salvador 0-1 Mexico | Pasadena, United States
  • 07/06/03 | El Salvador 2-1 Mexico | Carson, United States
  • 06/06/09 | El Salvador 2-1 Mexico | San Salvador
  • 10/10/09 | Mexico 4-1 El Salvador | Mexico City
  • 06/05/11 | Mexico 5-0 El Salvador | Dallas, United States
  • 06/12/12 | El Salvador 1-2 Mexico | San Salvador
  • 10/16/12 | Mexico 2-0 El Salvador | Torreon, Mexico
  • 11/13/15 | Mexico 3-0 El Salvador | Mexico City
  • 09/02/16 | El Salvador 1-3 Mexico | San Salvador
  • 07/09/17 | Mexico 3-1 El Salvador | San Diego, United States
  • 07/18/21 | Mexico 1-0 El Salvador | Dallas, United States

Possible lineups for Mexico vs El Salvador by Qualifiers

Mexico: Guillermo Ochoa, Luis Rodríguez, Héctor Moreno, Jesús Gallardo, Edson Álvarez, Luis Romo, Héctor Herrera, Sebastián Córdova, Jesús Corona, Raúl Jiménez, Hirving Lozano. DT: Gerardo Martino.

The Salvador: Mario González, Alexander Roldán, Alexander Larín, Eduardo Vigil Acosta, Bryan Tamacas, Isaac Portillo, Marvin Monterroza, Amando Moreno, Jairo Henríquez, Enrico Dueñas, Joaquín Rivas. DT: Hugo Pérez.

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