Matches

04/08/2011

Summary

Mexico, England play out goalless encounter
Mexico and England played out a low-key scoreless draw in Cartagena, leaving El Tri as Group F runners-up, while the Three Lions will be optimistic of progressing as one of the best third-place teams. More »

Line-up

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Substitute(s)

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Coaches

Juan Carlos CHAVEZ (MEX)
(ENG) Brian EASTICK

Officials

Referee: Djamel HAIMOUDI (ALG)Assistant Referee 1: Ayman DEGAISH (EGY)Assistant Referee 2: Foaad EL MAGHRABI (LBY)Fourth official: Patricio POLIC (CHI)

Have Your Say

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Latest Comments:
oc_ortiz_
07/08/2011 at 22:22
oc_ortiz_ (USA)
This will be a great game. Cameroun as they spell it, will be a tough team but I see us taking it 3-1. Vamos Mexico!
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Chazzbmr
07/08/2011 at 19:44
Chazzbmr (USA)
Next up is Cameroon. This will be a great game between two competitive teams. Let's go Mexico!
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Inoxhearted
06/08/2011 at 12:03
Inoxhearted (Vietnam)
4 best 3-placed teams will be in the next round. Think logic, Group E, F, A, B done, England got 3 points, Korea Republic got 3 points too, New Zealand got 2 points and Panama got 1 point. So, it's 100% sure England will be in the Round of 16, with no win, no goals. LOL. But, I still encouraged them. England, way to go! Beat Spain, Nigeria or Saudi Arabia!
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Statistics

17Shots6
3Corner kicks3
1Yellow cards2
0Second yellow card and red card0
0Red Cards0
58%Possession (%)42%
  • Goalkeeper Jack Butland of England gestures
  • Goalkeeper Jack Butland of England prepares to kick the ball
  • Diego De Buen (front) of Mexico is challenged by Jason Lowe of England
  • Jason Lowe (L) of England is challenged by Ulises Davila of Mexico
  • Matthew Phillips (front) of England jumps for a header with Saul Villalobos of Mexico
  • Erick Torres (L) of Mexico is challenged by Reece Brown of England
I’m obviously very happy that we have qualified for the Round of 16. It took some time to get into the game. We were disciplined at the back and we made some changes up front. It was a tough game, not a very spectacular match, but the weather conditions were really tough today
Juan Carlos Chavez, Mexico coach