The U-20 team fell 4-1 to France and the Mexican team’s score was by ‘Loquito’ Diego Abreu
Mexican national teams U-20 and U21 closed their participation in the event Marbella Friendly Match Week. The first category did so with a 4-1 fall over France, with a solitary score of Diego Abreu; while the major culminated with a 2-0 win against Sweden, in a duel in which Luca Martínez Dupuy was in charge of opening the scoreboard.
The U-20 was the first to have participation this Monday. The French went 3-0 up on the cards, but in the last minutes of the first half, it appeared Diego ‘Loquito’ Abreu to make the only goal for the Mexicans, because in the complementary part, the European team scored the fifth goal of the confrontation to sentence the 4-1.
The Tri U20, directed by Luis Pérez, leaves Marbella, Spain with two setbacks. Last Saturday they fell 3-1 in their confrontation with England, in which Fidel Ambriz was the author of the only score for the Mexican squad.
The U21, led by Raúl Chabrand, closed his preparation with a 2-0 win against Sweden, a duel in which he stood out Luca Martínez Dupuy, who was in charge of opening the scoring during the first half of the commitment and for the complementary part, Jordan Carrillo put the final goal after a great individual play.
Martínez Dupuy and Carrillo said goodbye with two annotations from the Marbella Friendly Match Week. Last Saturday, in the 3-1 victory over Romania, Luca was in charge of opening the scoring and Jordan scored the second goal for Mexico; while Ramón Juárez was in charge of scoring the third.
In addition to the Mexican team and its rivals, Belgium, Russia, Norway and the Republic of Ireland also participated in this event.