Alexis Vega asks to “keep your feet on the ground” after Mexico’s Olympic win over France

1626968166 Alexis Vega asks to keep your feet on the ground

Chivas forward Alexis Vega opened the scoring with a header, paving the way to a brilliant debut for El Tri at Tokyo 2020.

Alexis Vega, one of the most prominent elements of Mexico against France, commented that the team of Jaime lozano He must “keep his feet on the ground” after the debut win, as they are still far from the goal.

“The team was well armed, we played what we had been training, we were intense and very vertical, we tried to generate goal plays in all the ones we have. But we must have our feet on the ground because we have not won anything,” he commented Alexis Vega, front of the Mexican team.

The attacker glowed against France, by scoring a goal and giving an assist, in the 4-1 win. Alexis Vega is one of the most important players of the team of Jaime lozano and he proved it with his first performance in Tokyo 2020.

“That’s what we come to, for a medal, we want to mark our own history,” said the player from Chivas, for the Telemundo network, after the victory over France.

Mexico faces Japan next Sunday and a victory over the host team could give the de Jaime lozano the move to the next round of the competition.

On the calendar, to Mexico he lacks the game against Japan and close against South Africa. So far, Jimmy’s are the leaders of the competition, thanks to the fact that they beat the team France.

The Tricolor from Lush hopes to have a similar performance to that of the Mexican national team in London 2012, where the gold was obtained by beating Brazil in the final that was played in Wembley, England.

According to his own Jaime lozano and several members of the Mexican team, the objective is to return to Mexico with one of the medals. They start that path with the right foot, by thrashing France, the team that seemed the strongest rival in the group stage.

Finally, Vega He also took time to thank the Mexican fans who showed up to follow the game of Mexico in view of France.