the Panama national team He crushed and crushed and showed his counterpart Costa Rica On return CONCACAF Nations League quarter-finals To qualify for the next round and qualify directly to Copa America 2024.
The Estadio Rommel Fernandez Gutierrez in Panama City was filled with fans and great excitement thanks to the unbeatable advantage of three goals scored in the first leg in Costa Rica. It took Thomas Christiansen’s side 20 minutes to get on the scoreboard with a powerful left-footed shot from Jose Fajardo.
Michael Murillo was the intellectual author of the goal play that put the final nail in the coffin for Ticos after he bypassed the winger, reached the baseline and withstood the arrival of Fajardo who, with the luck of the scorer, got the rebound into the net. In the middle of the area, without thinking, he finished the ball strongly with his left foot to shoot the ball into the net.
Two minutes later, Jose Luis Rodriguez excelled with a wonderful goal with his left foot from the corner of a wide area, heading to the far post. Where the striker wanted to put it to seal a 5-0 aggregate win.
Despite the insurmountable advantage with the heartless Tico team, Panama did not lower its arms and sought to increase the difference, and in the 36th minute they scored the sixth goal after a counterattack in which they attacked three players to one of the opponents. Bad decisions prevented the stadium from singing another joy.
Towards the end of the first half, when it seemed that Panama was slowing down, the foul came on “Puma” Rodriguez inside the boundaries of the large area. The VAR system changed the referee’s decision, which awarded a direct free kick. Edgar Bárcenas was responsible for converting a maximum penalty kick close to the post to bring the two matches to 6-0.
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