By Guerby Meyer
The Mexican Under-17 selection took the second semifinal ticket of the 18th edition of the Brazilian World Cup, winning on the smallest margin (1-0) against South Korea this Sunday in Vitoria.
The only remaining CONCACAF representative in the tournament, Mexico suffered against the Taeguk Warriors who played bad luck with a ball on the crossbar in the 14th.
Despite several assaults by Mexican strikers Efrain Alvares and Santiago Munoz, the starting score (0-0) sanctioned the debates at half-time
Entry into play in the place of El-Mesmari, Ali Avila was the savior of the Tri by scoring the only goal of the match in the 77th of a magnificent recovery of the head.
To report that, the young Mexicans will play their semifinals on November 14th against the Netherlands. Low.