Mexico Vs Spain

August 12, 2010 by staff 

Mexico Vs Spain, (Spreadit) — Mexico vs Spain 1-1 tie 2010 – Earlier today, Mexico and Spain went at it in a friendly match held at the Estadio Azteca.
If you expect the new World Cup champions dominated the match so again.

The match ended in a 1-1 draw on Wednesday afternoon, thanks to Javier Hernandez, who scored in the 12th minute, but David Silva was able to give Spain a 1-1 tie two minutes later.

The party was held at the Azteca Stadium as part of the celebration of the bicentennial of the beginning of the War of Independence of Mexico revealed one thing is certain, the champions must be very tired if you can not beat Mexico, which was eliminated in the round 16, when they lost 1-3 to Argentina.
Another surprising revelation is that the vuvuzela game should have stayed in South Africa and never crossed the Atlantic to settle in Mexican soil.

We hope that the Spanish team gets some free time to rest and recalibrate really because there is another friendly match on September 7 against Argentina in Buenos Aires and does not want to do as the French, who got his ass beaten on the evening of Wednesday 2 -1 in a friendly match against Norway in Oslo.
This what seemed alignments:

MEXICO: Guillermo Ochoa (Jesus Corona, 56), Efrain Juarez, Francisco Rodríguez, Héctor Moreno (Leobardo Lopez, 66), Carlos Salcido, Rafael Marquez (Pablo Aguilar, 58), Gerardo Torrado, Andres Guardado (Fausto Pinto, 70), Giovani dos Santos (Elias Hernandez, 66), Carlos Vela (Enrique Esqueda, 58), Javier Hernandez (Pablo Barrera, 45).

SPAIN: Iker Casillas (Victor Valdes, 45), Alvaro Arbeloa, Carles Puyol (Sergio Ramos, 45), Carlos Marchena (Gerard Pique, 66) Ignacio Monreal, Sergio Busquets (Xavi Hernandez, 62) Bruno Soriano (Pedro Rodriguez, 72), Cesc Fabregas (Xabi Alonso, 45), Santi Cazorla, Juan Mata (David Silva 45), Fernando Llorente (Jesus Navas, 45).

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