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  • England 3-1 Mexico: Glen Johnson super-strike

    England achieved a perfect result in a friendly against Mexico. Played at Wembley Stadium, Monday (05/24/2010) p, 'Three Lions' 3-1 win.

    England got loose at the beginning of the first half. Insistent attack from Mexico to make Rio Ferdinand and Ledley King, be extra vigilant in upholding the ball flow circulating around the England penalty box.

    However, the Three Lions actually get the benefits first. At minute 17, England won a corner which was then executed by Steven Gerrard. From this corner of the football, the ball was met Peter who was in pole Coruch far. Reflected the ball to King who stood in front of goal.

    No well marking, King ball freely into Mexico and unable goal driven away by goalkeeper Oscar Perez. Connection of two players that Tottenham Hotspur had made England 1-0.

    The advantage to the UK increased when the match entered the 35th minute. Again, this goal was initiated by the action, and Gerrard was again involved Crouch, who this time became the scorer.

    Gerrard's cross into the defense area of Mexico was greeted with Wayne Rooney's header. However, Rooney's header can still be driven by Perez. Ball gag then struck by Crouch grabbed his height advantage that the ball was still in the air. 2-0 for the hosts.

    A minute later, Mexico to get a golden opportunity when Gerrardo Torrado breakthrough release the bait to Carlos Vela. Last name and then get the open space and immediately opened fire. Shit for Vela, kick can still be blocked by Robert Green.

    But just before halftime, Mexico managed to smuggle a goals against England. Starting from a corner kick, the ball with a sniper header fromRafael Marquez in the direction of the net. Leighton Baines who was standing at the goalpost blocked this time, but the ball struck by a direct throw by Guillermo Franco. Goalkeeper Green collapse, the score changed to 2-1.

    When the second round of the new walking one minute, or more precisely at 47 minutes, England back adds an edge over Mexico. This time the miners tally is Glen Johnson, a little try hard to score his first goal for England.

    After doing operand one-two with Theo Walcott on the right side, Johnson puncture directly into Mexican defense. He fooled several Mexican defenders before finally releasing the left foot kick. The ball curved, nested in the pole away, England were leading 3-1.

    Johnson scored the last goal of with super strike. Fabio Capello may feel good, although there were some gaps in the English defense, which is often exploited by Mexico in this fight. Capello still has time until the World Cup begin in early June.

    Team Line-up:

    England: Green, G, Johnson, Ferdinand, King, Baines, Walcott, Gerrard, Carrick, Milner, Crouch, Rooney.
    Subs: Hart, James, Carragher, Dawson, Upson, Warnock, Lennon, Parker, Huddlestone, Wright-Phillips, A, Johnson, Heskey, Defoe

    Mexico: Perez, Juarez, Aguilar, Marquez, Salcido, Osorio, Torrado, Rodriguez, Giovani, Franco, Vela.
    Subs: Ochoa, Michel, Barrera, Castro, Blanco, Hernandez, Moreno, Guardado, Magallon, Torres, Bautista, Medina, Jonathan


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