Mexico and the United States scored 12 goals on the second day of the Gold Cup – La Opinión

Mexico and the United States scored 12 goals on the second day of the Gold Cup – La Opinión



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The first edition of the gold Cup feminine This Friday he left two very bulky markers: Mexico’s beating of the Dominican Republic 0-8 and the also resounding victory by 0-4 from the United States to Argentina.

After this second day of Group A, played at the Dignity Health Sports Park stadium in Carson (Los Angeles), The US has 6 points and Mexico has 4. Both teams will meet on Monday in the last match of their group stage.

Argentina has 1 point while the Dominican Republic, its last rival in the group stage, has not yet opened its locker.

Mexico excelled this Friday in the first half against the Dominican team by scoring 6 of his 8 goals before the break.

Jacqueline Ovalle scored a double (one of his goals came from a penalty). Nicolette Hernández, Karen Luna, Rebeca Bernal, Diana Ordóñez, Jasmine Casarez and Mayra Pelayo They closed the Mexico recital with their goals.

For its part, The USA beat the Albiceleste with two goals from Jaedyn Shawa bit of Alex Morgan and a penalty goal Lindsey Horan.

Miriam Mayorga was expelled in Argentina.

This tournament brings together twelve teams: eight from Concacaf plus four guests from Conmebol.

For this first edition, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Paraguay they add to United States, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Panama, Canada, Dominican Republic, El Salvador and Costa Rica.

The Gold Cup will be played until March 10 in four venues in the United States: Dignity Health Sports in Carson (California), BMO Stadium in Los Angeles (California), Snapdragon Stadium in San Diego (California) and Shell Energy Stadium in Houston (Texas).

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