Matches

24/06/2011
3:2 (2:0)
  • Giovani CASILLAS (29')
  • Carlos FIERRO (43')
  • Arturo GONZALEZ (90'+4)
  • Memphis DEPAY (47')
  • Kyle EBECILIO (63')

Summary

Perfect Mexico send Dutch packing
Hosts Mexico claimed first place in Group A with their third win from three, a 3-2 victory over the Dutch that sends the reigning European champions out of the competition. More »

Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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Coaches

Raul GUTIERREZ (MEX)
(NED) Albert STUIVENBERG

Officials

Referee: Victor CARRILLO (PER)Assistant Referee 1: Jonny BOSSIO (PER)Assistant Referee 2: Cesar ESCANO (PER)Fourth official: Omar PONCE (ECU)

Have Your Say

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Latest Comments:
unitedfan88
26/06/2011 at 18:03
so far so good. hope they stay strong because the next games will be even harder...YOU CAN DO IT MEXICO!!!
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uzbek_boi
26/06/2011 at 17:55
uzbek_boi (Uzbekistan)
Good job Mexico! :) And thanks for the support in Torreon for our Uzbek team, really appreciate it. Mexican fans are the best! ;) good luck on upcoming games!
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mexico24
26/06/2011 at 05:20
mexico24 (USA)
I really hope we win this tournament
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Statistics

12Shots25
2Corner kicks12
1Yellow cards5
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
51%Possession (%)49%
  • Antonio Briseno of Mexico leads his team into the tunnel for the Group A FIFA U-17 World Cup match between Mexico and Netherlands
  • Briseno of Mexico leads his team into the tunnel for the Group A FIFA U-17 World Cup match between Mexico and Netherlands
  • Marco Bueno of Mexico in action during the Group A FIFA U-17 World Cup
  • Richard Sanchez of Mexico saves a penalty from Anass Achabar of Netherlands
  • Richard Sanchez of Mexico in action during the Group A FIFA U-17 World Cup match between Mexico and Holland
  • Richard Sanchez of Mexico in action during the Group A FIFA U-17 World Cup match between Mexico and Holland
"I think that my team did what was necessary to get the points tonight and they had the right fighting spirit. I have congratulated these young boys on doing such an excellent job," Mexico coach Raul Gutierrez.