The sub'17 selections of Mexico and the Netherlands will be in one of the semifinals of the XVIII edition of the World Cup, which were dismissed this Sunday from Paraguay and South Korea.
On a day played in Cariacica, in the metropolitan region of Vitoria, the Dutch, led by scorer Sontje Hansen, thrashed Paraguay 4-1, which came from eliminating Argentina.
The Tulips reached the quarterfinals after getting rid of Nigeria with a blunt 1-3.
In addition to the Hansen quota, which leads the tournament's scorers classification with 6, they also scored Ki-Jana Hoever, Jayden Braaf and Naci Unuvar. Paraguayan Diego Duarte discounted.
Mexico, with somewhat converted in the last quarter of the game, beat South Korea 0-1 and entered the semifinals.
The only goal for Mexico, which had defeated Japan 0-2, was converted by Ali Avila.
This Monday, in the Olympic stadium of Goiania, the quarterfinals are completed with the match between Spain, which dispatched Senegal (2-1), and France, which crushed (0-4) to Australia, and the Background commitment to host Brazil, which suffered to beat Chile (3-2), and Italy, which defeated Ecuador (0-1).
The tournament takes place in four stadiums in the Brazilian cities of Gama, in the Federal District of Brasilia; Goiania, capital of Goias, and Cariacica, in the metropolitan region of Vitoria.
The broadcast of the meeting will be in charge of DirecTV Sports for residents in Peru and much of South America, while TUDN will carry the actions exclusively for the Mexican public.
Mexico vs. South Korea | Match Schedules:
5:00 p.m. – Mexico
6:00 pm – Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, United States (New York +1, Washington +1, Florida +1, Nevada -2)
7:00 pm – Venezuela, Bolivia
20:00 hours – Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay
11:00 pm – United Kingdom
00:00 Monday hours – Spain, Germany, Italy, France
The Mexican team, champion in the 2005 and 2011 World Cups of the category, seeks its classification to the semifinals of this edition of the event after eliminating Japan.
The Japanese were undefeated in the tournament and dominated the game, although the best opportunities were the Mexicans, who were blunt and imposed 2-0 to seal their progress.
Now the Tri will be measured against another Asian representation, South Korea, which became the first classified to quarters when winning by the minimum difference (1-0) to its similar of Angola.
After reaching three finals of the division and consecrate in two, Mexico intends to get his third title in a U17 World Cup in Brazil, under the leadership of the strategist Marco Antonio Ruiz.