The only and historic victory of the México Femenil over the United States

It was November 5, 2010. The Mexican women's national team realized that its historic rival, the United States, had become a global soccer giant, and defeating the American team for a ticket to the 2011 World Cup seemed more of a dream than a reality.

But the miracle happened, as the Tricolor team defeated the Stars and Stripes team 2-1 in the World Cup tournament held in Cancun, and the Mexican team qualified for the World Cup finals held in Germany. This was the second time Mexico had qualified for the Women's World Cup.

Never before in history had an Aztec women's team defeated their arch-rival in the CONCACAF region, but goals by Maribel Dominguez, in the second minute, as well as Veronica Perez, in the 26th minute, brought joy to the Mexican fans and fans gathered in the stadium. Beto Avila Stadium.

The team, led by the legendary Leonardo Cuellar, relied for its success at that time on maintaining control of the ball and the excellent save of Erika Venegas.

Although Carli Lloyd equalized on 25, the emotional blow of Perez's goal a minute later was enough to distract the Americans and take control of the match.

That victory ended a series of 21 victories for the United States. Moreover, the goal tally reached 96 goals for the USA team compared to only 6 goals for Mexico.

Currently, after 43 meetings between the two teams, this victory remains the only one for the Green Team, compared to 41 victories for the United States and only one draw.

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