The following minutes, the Colombian National Team tried to take possession of the ball, although it was immensely inferior to the Mexican team, which when it took the ball gave sensations of danger in David Ospina’s goal.
Already at minute 29, Vega again orchestrated a play in which the Colombian players watched as Mexico passed the ball around the field, to finish with a great clearance to Gerardo Arteaga that made it 2-0.
For this opportunity, in which Colombia plays very badly, they look various novelties within the defensive line and midfielders, after appearing new faces that in the commitment with Guatemala they had not been seen.
The first half ended with the pale image of Colombia, which for the second half came out with several changes, such as Luis Sinisterra, Santos Borré and Rafael Carrascal.
First, at minute 49, after a corner kick by Cuadrado, Sinisterra headed and put the discount to put the tricolor back in the match.
And just three minutes later, an overflow by Carrascal, who replaced James, ended with a pass to Sinisterra who first put up a strong shot and partial parity.