2012 Olympics: Mexico enter men’s final beating Japan, 3-1


szólj hozzá: Mexico vs Japan 3:1 MATCH HIGHLIGHTS
Yuki Otsu’s magnificent strike in the 12th minute gave the Japanese men hope that they too could emulate their women’s team entering the Olympic finals but El Tri happened to be much stronger. Marco Fabian, Oribe Peralta, and Javier Cortes scored to turn things around as Mexico marched to their first Olympic finals.
Check out Peralta’s second goal which came after Japan coughed up the ball under pressure. Every bit as good as Otsu’s.

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One comment on “2012 Olympics: Mexico enter men’s final beating Japan, 3-1
  1. To share the thematics of the 2012 London Games, I think it’s worth to look at the big picture of the games so far. Your post addresses some very valid points, but today I happened to be reading the National Post and found a pretty interesting article that takes a look at the high and low points of the games so far. I personally found it a pretty interesting read and if you’re up for it, I think it’s really worth a glance: http://www.pressdisplay.com/pressdisplay/showlink.aspx?bookmarkid=NTHCORI48A51&preview=article&linkid=f7363fcc-72e9-4332-8b2a-f577514ffd45&pdaffid=ZVFwBG5jk4Kvl9OaBJc5%2bg%3d%3d

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