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Discussion in 'Mexico National Team' started by sidspaceman, Nov 13, 2004.
FT St. Kitts and Nevis 0 - 5 Mexico
> Kikin Fonseca has adapted to "el tri" real fast and is playin' great. I didnt see much of the game (cuz o' my Chivitas) but i saw His 2nd Goal which was nice <
Actually that was an own goal apparently from Alex Riley.
I thought the game was poor. Mexico again had a lackluster attitude from some players. Besides the fact of the goal and hitting the post, I thought Santana was awful. Mario Perez also was pretty poor. I didn´t like the attitude from some players especially since some have far from won a spot in this team. Perez, Santana and Olalde are far from starters, yet they all played like crap and with no attitude at all. Maybe they think they earned their spot because of a friendly against Guatemala but they are far off if they think so.
That's what I think of all these games.
Mario Perez and Jesus Olalde really did not impress me at all. both were complete ball hoggers and lost the ball very easily. Santana was decent, but the guy missed 2 very clear goals. Kikin is someone i am really starting to like on the national team. the guy is giving it his all and is proving why he belongs on the team. he is the only guy so far that i have like in these past couple of games apart from Moises Munoz. hopefully on Wed. Lavolpe will bench Olalde and Perez, and start Alberto Medina and Dany Osorno in their place. and hopefully the teams attitude will chang because i did not like it one bit.
Este guey cuando va a jugar a Ochoa???
> I wonder when <
according to ESTO, they gave the goal to Santana even though it was an own goal by Riley. and some other reports says that they gave the goal to Fonseca. so who the hell really knows?!?!?!
Mexico 5, St. Kitts and Nevis 0
MIAMI (AP) -- Jose Fonseca scored three goals Saturday night, leading Mexico to a 5-0 victory over St. Kitts and Nevis in a CONCACAF World Cup qualifier.
Mexico, which already has clinched Group C of the region, had little difficulty against St. Kitts in front of 18,312 at the Orange Bowl.
St. Kitts rarely crossed midfield, and Mexico dominated play from the opening minutes.
This is from CONCACAF site. So it appears that kikin will claim it. He deserves it. St Kitt's do not deserve to be on the score sheet. Even if it was own-goal!
14.11.04 - Mexico improved its record to 5-0-0 in CONCACAF Group C Semifinal Round Qualification after blanking winless St. Kitts & Nevis (0-5-0) 5:0 at the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida USA on Saturday evening.
Francisco Fonseca scored three times, while Hector Altamirano and Sergio Santana each added a goal for Mexico in the victory over St. Kitts & Nevis.
The result also extended the tricolor’s unbeaten streak to 12 CONCACAF qualifying matches, with their last defeat coming against Honduras, 3:1, on 20 June 2001 in San Pedro Sula.
With Guatemala, Mexico and USA already in next year’s CONCACAF Final Round World Cup Qualifying, seven teams (Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Jamaica, Panama, St. Vincent & The Grenadines and Trinidad & Tobago) remain in the running for the last three berths the event as the Semifinal Round concludes next week.
I agree with Rafa here, it was a pretyy bad game.Santana played poorly and missed open shots, Mario Perez, horrible as well. I watched the Campos/Romario game replay right after
the Mexico game, and I have to say it was by far more entertaining.
El Brody scored a fu<king golaso!!!
wrong game, he scored on the Brasil-haiti game wearing the Brasil jersey
CONCACAF zone World Cup leading scorers
RIO DE JANEIRO, Nov 16 (Reuters) - Leading scorers in the CONCACAF zone World Cup qualifying competition: 10 - Jared Borgetti (Mexico) 8 - Jaime Lozano (Mexico) 7 - John Nusum (Bermuda), Ian Lake (St Kitts & Nevis), Carlos
Ruiz (Guatemala) 6 - Lester More (Cuba), Marlon King (Jamaica), Stern John
(Trinidad & Tobago) 5 - David Suazo (Honduras), Paulo Wanchope (Costa Rica)
I had heard reports that they had given him the own goal. If they gave the goal to Fonseca, its pure BS. It was clearly an own goal and Fonseca didn´t make any contact. I would rather they be fair and give it like it was and not a junk goal that he didn´t do.
El "Kikín" no quiso manejar su coche y prefirió tomar un taxi de sitio fuera de su casa.
Comentó el chofer que el delantero de Pumas se retrasó porque hizo escala en una tienda de maquinitas que hay cerca de su domicilio. ¡Ah, que "Kikín"!
i hope Kikin gets a hat trick tomorrow.
impretty sure that hugo will take fonseca when he gies to europe. Its going to be great