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Mexico takes suffered tie
With 10 men on the field from the 27th minute and a goal savior of Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez
in the second half, the selected one of Mexico took a hard-fought 2-2 draw against his
counterpart from Nigeria in friendly FIFA 13 Coins match played at Reliant Stadium Houston
(Texas).
Mexican Hernandez opened the scoring after 21 minutes and tied it at 69, after Nigerians goals
scored by Ideye Brown (29 penalty) and John Ogu (40).
The draw was flavored Aztec victory for the Tricolor, which was playing for 27 minutes with 10
men following the dismissal of midfielder Pablo Barrera, by putting your hand in the path of a ball
that was going to door.
The Tricolor was the first to light the fireworks to release the board in the 21st minute with a goal
of beautiful English United player Javier Hernandez.
Hernandez, in large plan
The 'Chicharito' shuffled right leg, without accommodating the ball, Barrera center from the left,
to encourage the hopes of just over 62,000 fans at Reliant Stadium.
However, six minutes later came the debacle Aztec after two rejections good goalkeeper Jose de
Jesus Corona to powerful shots Nigerians.
The 'Chuy' Corona first Elderson deflected a ball from the center of the area and immediately
another Joseph Apkala storey, but a third consecutive shot was intercepted by Nigerians Barrera
with his right hand.
The American referee Baldomero Toledo immediately called criminal, and pulled out a red card
Barrera, sticking out of the game.
The attacker gained Ideye Brown loose but well-placed penalty kick for a 1-1 draw.
With 10 men on the field, Mexico adjusted his schedule and could have won the tie if Aldo de
Nigris not missed a clear chance when in 39, just before the goalkeeper, sent his shot over the
crossbar.
The mistake the paid dearly for the Tricolor, because in the 40 a shot to the left of John Ogu from
outside the area to Corona mocked the bottom left corner.
Mexico still could have changed history in the 45, but again De Nigris failed to shoot from the
center, with another deflected shot.
In complement, the 'Chepo' de la Torre made changes and left De Nigris, Torrado and 'Maza'
Rodriguez in banking, entering Hiram Mier and Hector Herrera Gerardo Flores.
Later came Raul Jimenez and Angel Reyna, which Mexico took Olympic pace, because these guys
will successfully represented at London 2012.
Nigerians tabs moved also looking for fresh legs-at least five players suffered from cramps in the
party, and the party became dense and latched, although he saw the Tricolor best armor.
The 'Chicharito' Hernandez negotiated a draw in 79 with a big play when anticipated a focus of
Carlos Salcido to change the direction of the ball on the face of Nigerian goalkeeper and nest it in
the back of the net to El Salvador 2-2.
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