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Mexico U-17 thrashes Nicaragua and expects a rival for the Premundial quarterfinals

The Mexico U-17 team found no rival in its counterpart from Nicaragua and the thrashed 6-0 in the round of 16 of the World Cup for Peru 2023, with what advanced to quarterfinals waiting for the rival that will come out of the winner of the duel that will be held this Sunday between El Salvador and Trinidad and Tobago.

The team led by Raúl Chabrand came out plugged in and had a quiet day at the Estadio Doroteo Guamuch Flores in Guatemala. The Aztecs dominated the match from start to finish and quickly found the first goal at minute 19 through Fidel Barajaswho entered the big area from the left side and finished off with his left foot to beat goalkeeper Moreno.

The second goal came just 4 minutes later, when kevin garcia he finished off a corner kick with a header. The third was a great goal that he signed Gael Alvarez at 30′, with a withering shot from outside the area that slipped into the left corner of the Nicaraguan goal.

For the second half, things did not change: Mexico continued to attack and its rival sought to contain the tricolor gale without obtaining good results, since at 61′ Stephano Carrillo extended the lead with a counter header after a rebound from the goalkeeper.

7 minutes later came Carrillo’s double after dribbling inside the penalty area past two complacent Nicaraguan defenders and firing from the height of the penalty mark to send the ball into the left corner.

The 6-0 was sealed by José Urías in compensation time after an overflow that ended with the Aztec player entering the big area and dribbling the defense and the goalkeeper, to calmly send the ball to shake the net.

Now Mexico is waiting to meet his rival in the quarterfinals, same ones that will play next Tuesday against the winner of El Salvador vs. Trinidad and Tobago.

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