El Salvador has two doubts in the next game or at least it had two fears that could leave them without cutting a mission for the match against Honduras, which will be decisive.
Striker Joshua Perez left the match limping and everything seemed to indicate that he had a muscle spasm. Coach Hugo Perez said the player appears to be recovering in time for Monday.
He is not the only one since Ronald Rodriguez ended the match with a corner kick with the same discomfort. “I spoke with the medical staff and they told me that it was a matter of convulsions. We will try to recover them, but it does not seem to me that it is something that I regret,” the Mexican coach said.
Perez was one of the players who tried the most to make a difference in the game, but his lack of rhythm prevented him from showing himself up against his rivals head-on. Joshua didn’t finish defining but he did have sparks that could make a difference.
The same performance as Ronald Rodriguez, who made little mistakes but ultimately also lamented the physical damage it meant to play in high temperatures under the strong sunshine in Guadalajara.
The coaching staff, despite its willingness and care to feed its players, suffered from the repercussions of the weather and ended up regretting the appearance of two affected players.
El Salvador will try to get both numbers back in time but for now it looks like it won’t be anything to regret on Monday.