Mexico teaches the United States a lesson in the Women's Gold Cup

History must change. The Mexican women's soccer team has taken a very important step towards what could be an important change. Thanks to its brilliance, and in the face of a very strong opponent, Mexico taught the United States a lesson in the CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup with a 2-0 victory at the end of the group stage.

With the participation of Greta Espinosa from Tijuana, who stood in the defensive zone to contain the striker like Alex Morgan, and with Mayra Pelayo, California from Xolos de Tijuana, with a wonderful goal to complete Mexico's second historic victory over the United States.

It was a team effort, with almost complete control. The United States came close, but was never in real danger; Rather, the North American team ended up desperate against a Mexican team that passed them in one of the best matches that Mexico played in its entire history.

Lisbeth Ovalle scored one of the goals that seems destined for the Gold Cups, first it was Gio dos Santos' goal more than a decade ago, and now the Tigres striker has scored a stunning first-half goal.

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With this result, Mexico qualified as leader of Group A in the first CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup tournament. The Azteca team, led by Pedro Lopez, added seven points, one point ahead of the United States team (6), which also qualified for the second round.

Currently seeded for the 2024 Women's Gold Cup

Mexico and the United States occupy first place in the first group. Brazil (B) and Canada (C) also have the ticket to qualify for the second round.

The first two places in each group and the two best third places in the competition qualify for this stage.

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