Compete at the Estadio Azteca, Monday, July 11, 2011, the morning local time, both teams started the game with caution. After 20 minutes the first half, Mexico was able to dominate the match full of fans thanks to the support team's homework.
The supporters, many wearing white bandages on their heads to honor the heroes of the semifinals Julio Gomez, who started on the bench, must play a role in the sending of Mexico in the lead. The hosts found their breakthrough just after the half hour mark when a cross from the right side was lit by a top scorer and captain Carlos Fierro, Antonio Briseno slammed home on fully with his right foot volley.
Uruguay hit back almost immediately, but the effort Elbio Alvarez scrambled goal from long distance after the Mexican defense failed to clear the danger. Fierro had one more chance to the other end as the interval approached, but he failed to direct his shot into the top corner after a good break into the area. The Uruguay without Aguirre Rodrigo influential people who come down with head injuries since the beginning, it appears a bunch of sad when they walked into the locker room amid the hustle and bustle of the Almighty appreciation directed at Mexicans.
Mexico came out in the second half with all guns blazing, pressing forward in a big attack to please the crowd. A series of medium-range shot from Fierro and his strike-partner Marco Bueno has the Uruguay goalkeeper Jonathan Cubero, was selected as the best net-minder of the tournament, looked nervous early in the second period.
But South America is not dead and buried yet, and San Juan Martin gathered the ball in the corner of the goal box in the 61st minute only to see his shot come flying back post by Richard Sanchez beaten. This is the second time the home team has been rescued by the wood and it pushes them into tightening things behind.
Traditional 'Oles' began to rain down from the crowd as the game, stopped at 1-0, entered the frenzied final ten minutes. The hosts had chances to score again after the almighty scramble in the goal in the 83rd minute, but Fierro and Bueno both failed to fire home. A few seconds later, Arturo Gonzalez was fired just over the bar from 20 yards out. Just a second before the end, the Giovani poked home Casillas to put the result undoubtedly, as the final whistle went and sparked scenes of unparalleled passion of the fans and players both.
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lineup Mexico U17 vs. Uruguay U17 :
Uruguay U17: 1-Jonathan Cubero, 2-Emiliano Velazquez, 3-Gaston Silva, 6-Maximilano Moreira (18-Sebastian Canobra 69 '), 7-Leonardo Pais, 8-Elbio Alvarez, 10-Guilermo Mendez (16-Santiago Charamoni 79 '), 11-Rodrigo Aguirre (19-Juan San Martin 26'), 15-Jim Varela, 17-Gianni Rodriguez, 20-Alejandro Furia.
Mexico U17: 1-Richard Sanchez, 2-Francisco Flores, 3-Carlos Guzman, 4-Antonio Briseno, 5-Jorge Caballero, 6-Kevin Escamilla, 7-Jorge Espericueta, 9-Carlos Fierro (17-Givani Casillas 85 ') , 10-Arturo Gonzalez, 11-Marco Bueno (20-Marcelo Garcia 75 '), 18-Jose Tostado (8-Julio Gomez 63').