The impressive goal from El Salvador that lifted everyone from their seats – La Opinion

The impressive goal from El Salvador that lifted everyone from their seats – La Opinion

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The El Salvador team is currently going through a very low moment. “La Selecta” has problems returning to the path of victory. This Tuesday, March 25, they tried to return to victory against Honduras. The Salvadorans drew 1-1 with Honduras at the Shell Energy Stadium in Houston. But Brayan Gil left a great goal to remember those present.

The Salvadoran team that is directed by the Spanish David Dóriga, He has had many problems putting together a competitive team. However, in the game against Honduras they became excited, especially because start winning with Hurtado’s great goal.

The play took place in the 11th minute of the game. Jairo Henríquez made a long pass that a priori seemed quite inconsequential. A cross into the area for the two forwards that the coach included in the scheme to deal with. But what was not in the script was the exquisite and explosive definition of Brayan Gil. The player who plays in Colombia connected the ball first and without letting the pass touch the ground.

The Salvadoran joy lasted more than 50 minutes, but again they let an advantage slip away on the scoreboard against a Honduran team that was more in the game. The team led by Reinaldo Rueda achieved the tie at minute 62 through Bryan Rochez.

Although La Selecta kept the ball under their power, the Honduran team had more attempts on the goal defended by Tomas Romero. Honduras kicked up to 11 times on goal compared to El Salvador’s 6 shots.

El Salvador needs results

The Salvadoran team has had many problems in recent years. It has been difficult for La Selecta to be competitive. Although he has shown better performances on the field, that has not translated into the scoreboard.

El Salvador has not won a match since June 4, 2022. On that date La Selecta defeated Granada 3-1 in the Concacaf Nations League. That match took place at the Cuscatlán Stadium and Nelson Bonilla scored a double.

Since then, the Salvadoran team has played 22 games. The records are not good at all. La Selecta accumulates 11 losses and 11 draws. El Salvador’s next great challenge will be to begin its path to the 2026 World Cup, but first it will have to return to the path of victory and continue polishing its aspects of the game. With spectacular goals like those of Brayan Gil, they will not be enough to reach the World Cup.

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