In an international friendly held at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina, Mexico emerged victorious with a 2-0 win against Ghana.
Hirving Lozano scored the first goal in the 57th minute, and Antuna Romero added the second goal in the 72nd minute.
Ghana had a bright start to the game, with Joseph Painstil delivering a cross in the 14th minute that eluded everyone and went out of play.
However, Ghana was forced to make a change in the 27th minute when Joseph Aidoo was replaced by Alidu Seidu due to a suspected ligament injury.
Despite having moments of control in the match, Ghana lacked the firepower upfront to score.
Mexico’s Hirvin Lozano found the net in the 57th minute, giving his side the lead with a sleek finish from a midfield pass.
Mexico increased their lead in the 72nd minute through Antuna Romero, who expertly controlled a midfield pass and slotted the ball past Ghana’s goalkeeper, Lawrence Ati-Zigi.
Ghana pushed forward in an attempt to change the dynamics of the game, but Mexico held on for their fourth successive win over Ghana.
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