Soccer: Mexico Crush United States As Substitutes Prove Their Worth | 9/6/2019 | Staff
(Reuters) – A first-half goal from Javier Hernandez and late strikes from substitutes Erick Gutierrez and Uriel Antuna gave Mexico a comprehensive 3-0 win over the United States in a friendly match in New Jersey on Friday.

The two sides renewed North America’s fiercest footballing rivalry just two months after Mexico beat the United States in the final of the Gold Cup and Mexico once again were the dominant side.

Hernandez - Opener - Minutes - Half - Credit

Hernandez headed in the opener 20 minutes into the first half but much of the credit went to Tecatito whose dazzling wing play and flighted cross from the right flank made things simple for the center forward.

Gutierrez doubled Mexico’s lead 12 minutes from full time after the United States defense got caught trying to...
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