The Pachuca midfielder, along with Fidel Ambrez and Annette Vazquez, are bidding for the award from CONCACAF
Mexican soccer is seeking new recognition after three Aztec players were nominated for the 2022 CONCACAF Goal of the Year, including Luis Chavez’s historic World Cup score.
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Concacaf has opened voting on its website in which fans will be able to choose one of the 12 goals on the list, including that of Mexicans Chavez, Fidel Ambrez and Annette Vazquez.
Primarily, Luis Chavez’s goal against Saudi Arabia was considered the longest and fastest in the World Cup. His shot was recorded at a distance of 29.19 meters and at a speed of 121.69 km/h.
While Fidel Ambrez, in the CONCACAF U-20 qualifiers, had a great result against Puerto Rico by removing as many as five defenders to open the scoring.
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For her part, Concacaf sub 20 qualifier Annette Vazquez shone with first intention against her Canadian counterpart.
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This is the full list of nominated players.
- Catherine Alvarado – Costa Rica
- Luis Chavez – Mexico
- Alexander Larin – El Salvador
- Annette Vasquez – Mexico
- Raul Ruidias – Peru
- Celso Borges – Costa Rica
- Shirley Judy – Haiti
- Alex Morgan – United States
- Sophia Smith – United States
- Alphonso Davies – Canada
- Dante Leverock – Bermuda
- Fidel Ambrose – Mexico
Here you can vote on the official Concacaf page: https://www.concacaf.com/awards/goal-of-the-year/