México 3-0 Honduras: summary: score, goal, highlights, 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup Quarter-final
The game has ended and Mexico has booked their ticket to the semi-final to face Qatar on Tuesday. Thanks for watching the play-by-play with AS.com.
Roger Rojas picks up a yellow card.
Two minutes added of stoppage time.
Mexico is a few minutes away to play against Qatar in the semi-final of the Gold Cup campaign.
Two more substitutions for Mexico. Rogelio Funes Mori and Jesús Corona come and they are replaced by Rodolfo Pizarro and Alan Pulido.
Jesús Gallardo is booked for arguing with the referee.
Mexico is getting ready to make two more substitutions.
Another substitution for Mexico. Alan Cervantes replaces Edson Álvarez, who left due to an appearant injury.
Edson Álvarez seems to be in pain and he has asked to be replaced.
First subs for Mexico in this game. Jonathan dos Santos and Nestor Araujo come out and Erick Gutierrez and Carlos Salcedo come in.
Mexico is trying to kill time and they don't want to push for the fourth goal.
Hector Moreno scores the fourth goal for Mexico, BUT he was offside! The VAR checked the play and the referee made the right decision.
Third substitution for Honduras in search of the miracle. Roger Rojas comes in and he replaces Alexander Lopez.
The Mexico national team is comfortable with the lead and they are not rushing to score the fourth goal by having the possession of the ball.
Deybi Flores is booked after a tackle against Chaka Rodríguez.
Alfredo Talavera makes his second save of the game! Mexico has not conceded a goal in four games of the Gold Cup campaign.
Honduras made two substitutions before the second half started. Acosta and Kevin Lopez came out and their places were taken by Boniek Garcia and Jhow Benavidez.
The second half has started! Mexico leads Honduras 3-0.
The first clear chance for Honduras comes in before the break! Mexico lost the ball near their box and Rodríguez shot was blocked by the goalkeeper Alfredo Talavera.
Three minutes added of stoppage time.
GOL! GOAL! GOLAZO! Mexico is doing their work and make it 3-0! Jesús Corona makes a perfect cross from the right flank and Orbelín Pineda headers the ball inside the box to find the back of the net.
Honduras seems lost and so far they have no shots on target. There is only one team on the field so far.
This is Jonathan dos Santos fifth career goal with the Mexico national team.
HANDS DOWN! WOW! GOL! GOAL! GOLAZO! From Jonathan dos Santos! The LA Galaxy captain one-time hits the ball with his right foot from outside the box to find the back of the net.
GOL! GOAL! GOLAZO! Rogelio Funes Mori scores his fourth of the tournament. The Mexican striker headers the ball after a great cross from Luis Rodríguez. Mexico takes the 1-0 lead and Funes Mori scores the game opener.
Alex Lopez seems to be find and he re-enters the game between Honduras and Mexico.
Jonathan dos Santos tackles Alex Lopez and the medical staff has come to check on the player from Honduras.
OFFSIDE from Rogelio Funes Mori who scored the game opener, but the goal was disallowed. After the VAR checked the play, the striker from Mexico was indeed offsides.
Good news for Honduras! It seems that the defender Kevin Álvarez is going to be able to continue as he re-enters the game.
Bad news for the Honduras national team. Kevin Álvarez has gone down and the medical staff is taking care of him in what it looks like an apparent head injury.
BACK-TO-BACK OPPORTUNITIES FOR MEXICO! Orbelín Pineda received a ball from the edge of the box and his shot barely went wide.
ONE MORE TIME! Jonathan dos Santos received a through ball and the goalkeeper from Honduras was able to intercept it to keep the clean sheet.
Rogelio Funes Mori intercepted the ball inside the box and he successfully dribbled past the goalkeeper from Honduras, but his shot was blocked by a defender. Mexico is knocking on the door of Honduras.
WHAT A SAVE! WOW! 'Buba' Lopez makes an outstanding save after header inside the box from Hector Herrera. It was a clear chance on goal, but the goalkeeper from Honduras was able to keep the clean sheet.
Flores tackles Jesús 'Tecatito' Corona and Mexico has an opportunity to score from a set piece.
Mexico trying to build from the back in the first minutes of the game.
AND AWAY WE GO! The quarter-final game between Mexico and Honduras has started at the University of Phoenix Stadium for the 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup campaign.
Hector Moreno will captain the Mexico national team tonight against Honduras and he urges the fans at the stadium not to chant homophobic slurs during the quarter-final game.
The Mexico national team has arrived to the University of Phoenix stadium ahead of their clash against Honduras for the quarter-final of the 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup campaign.
Mexico will face a battered Honduras in the Quarterfinals of the 2021 Gold Cup. Mexico will need to bounce back after a performance against El Salvador that left many of the fans worried. They will face a team who also needs to bounce back from a similar situation, but will need to do so with a lot of absences. A loss will end the tournament for both sides, and they will have the added pressure of a sold out crowd who we still don’t know who they will be rooting for.
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Hello and welcome to the preview and play by play of México vs Honduras, Concacaf Gold Cup Quarterfinals Game that will be played Saturday July 24th at Statefarm Stadium, at Phoenix