Mexico falls again to the United States

Christian Pulisic lifts the trophy. Source: Getty Images

Written by: Roberto Alejandro Balcazar Tirado

The United States won its third title in the third edition of the CONCACAF Nations League final, beating Mexico 2-0.

The Stars and Stripes team once again confirmed its superiority over the Aztecs team, as it presented football with greater speed and football thinking and took the lead with a wonderful goal from a long distance scored by midfielder Tyler Adams in the 45th minute.

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With the lack of scoring opportunities, failed connections, defensive errors, unjustified technical decisions from Jaime Lozano, and the slow reaction of the veteran Mexican goalkeeper, Guillermo Ochoa, the Mexicans received the second goal, which made the match more difficult with a goal from Gio Reyna in the 63rd minute.

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With the entry of Santiago Jimenez and Orbelin Pineda, the Mexican team began to approach the North American team, but without any success.

There are actually two finals and Mexico lost the semi-finals in 3 editions against the USA, who were champions in all 3 editions.

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