After a hard-fought 1-1 at the Rose Bowl in California, pass one of the most competitive tournaments in the world was delivered in overtime.
With a goal from Paul Aguilar right leg at 118 ‘, the Aztecs spoiled the game to counter the Americans who fought throughout the engagement.
The Americans managed to draw two with a goal from Bobby Wood, the 107 ‘, eleven minutes after the striker Oribe Peralta put American dream to visitors.
The game was intense from the start, especially with the pressure imposed by Mexicans did suffer opponent.
The run by Ricardo Tuca Ferretti put themselves ahead thanks to striker Javier Hernandez Chicharito, just nine minutes.
The Bayer Leverkusen striker completed a good combination and midfielder Hector Herrera Peralta, 42 to score his goal with the largest selection of their country.
After the goal, the Aztecs continued with the ball in his possession and had dominated the game until the fixed tactic appeared.
At 15 ‘, a precise collection of Michael Bradley and a header by Geoff Cameron allowed the tying score.
With the 1-1 the match was heated to the point that, at 34 ‘, Peralta staged a brawl with gringo goalkeeper Brad Guzan, in which both ended reprimanded by the Salvadoran referee Joel Aguilar Chicas.
With Osorio. The Mexican Football Federation yesterday made official the appointment of Colombian coach Juan Carlos Osorio, who watched the game last night in California.