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The Mexican under 17 team mercilessly riddled its counterpart from Curaçao with a final score of 9-0, a result that confirms their status as favorites in said qualifying event for a World Cup in which they have just been champions on land brazilian.
The goals for the Tri sub 17, led by Raúl Chabrand, were the work of Gael Álvarez, Isaac Martínez, Fidel Barajas, Stephano Carillo (2), Álex Valencia, Joaquín Móxica, José Urías and José Arrollo.
It should be noted that the match was the inaugural tournament of the Confederation of North, Central America and the Caribbean Football (Concacaf), which distributes a total of four places for the U17 World Cup that will be taking place in November of this year. in Peruvian lands.
This victory leaves El Tri as the undisputed leader of their group and with an important cushion of goals in favor. In the aforementioned tournament there are five groups and a total of 20 teams that are competing to qualify for the World Cup of the category.
The Concacaf World Cup is taking place at the Pensativo stadium, in Antigua Guatemala, in the west of the Central American country, and also at the Doroteo Guamuch Flores stadium in Guatemala City, the latter witnessing the defeat of Mexico against Curaçao.
It is important to note that the first three classified in each group advance to the next phase and by decision of Concacaf, the teams from Nicaragua, Bermuda, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic are automatically classified to the round of 16 and wait for their opponents.
However, the pre-mundial semifinals are scheduled for February 24, while the final of the aforementioned Concacaf tournament will be played on the 26th of the same month.
With information from EFE
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