WARSAW, Poland.-The selection of Italy beat 1-2 to Mexico with a decisive goal of Luca Ranieri to start his participation in the group B of the World Cup under-20 football with headquarters in Poland. At Gdynia Stadium, Italy prevailed with the many David And Fratesi, three minutes, and Ranieri, in 67. The Mexicans responded with a Diana of Roberto de la Rosa shortly before the break.
The Italians were superior in the beginning of the duel and took advantage of the nervousness of the Mexican defense to arrive with danger in a repeated way. In the second minute Gianlucca Scamacca shot from behind in a free kick and it was moments later when the player put a service to Fratessi, lethal with the left-handed hit for the 0-1. The Italians who directed Paolo Nicolato harassed the area of the rivals until Mexico made adjustments that required the situation and from the quarter of an hour began to tread the rival area but without disturbing the goalkeeper Alessandro Plizzari.
Italian players celebrating one of their annotations to Mexico/AFP
Mexico was made of possession. In the 19th of the rose stepped on the area and from there he handled the ball better. Italy shot from behind with a long-distance coup and Mexico responded with a couple of arrivals of Jose Juan Macías, until the 37 of the rose turned headlong into a corner shot. The Italians ended up better when they recovered the ball, however they did not disturb Mexico and the 1-1 remained at the end of the initial half.
However, Mexico started firmly in the second half, but Italy recovered and in 52 had a good arrival in the area in a throw-off. It insisted then on two more occasions led by Jose Juan Macías and Roberto de la Rosa with Pass of Tony Figueroa.La Italian selection recovered, it braked the enthusiasm of its rival and took advantage of the occasion which it had to overtake with the so much that it provided to the Final triumph and was born with a shot of Matteo Gabbia who repelled the crossbar and then took advantage of Ranieri to establish the final 1-2.
Players from Mexico celebrating the annotation of De La Rosa to Italy/AFP
With its leader Diego Desinez without appearing, Mexico sought the tie. The player of Betis made a good move in a combination with Macías but without aim. Next Sunday Mexico will play against Ecuador while Italy is measured in Japan.
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