Marcos Mena helped AD San ​​Carlos with a brace in victory against Pérez Zeledón


Striker Marcos Mena shone this Sunday in San Carlos’s 2-1 victory over P. Zeledón for date 2 of Costa Rica – Opening Tournament 2022. The goals of the match for the local team were scored by Marcos Mena (30′ 2T and 45′ 2T, penalty). While the away goal was made by Joshua Navarro (22′ 2T).

Marcos Mena earned applause with his brilliant finish 30 minutes into the second half. With a cross from Christian Martínez, the striker defined with an accurate kick in the opposite goal, from the large area.

Marcos Mena had a great performance. The attacker from AD San ​​Carlos shone by converting 2 goals and kicking 4 times.

Another player who had a great game was Antonio Torres. The AD San ​​Carlos goalkeeper was the protagonist against Pérez Zeledón: he contained 4 shots.

It was a duel that was stopped, due to the high accumulation of infractions within the field. There was a large number of cautioned: Rachid Chirino, Luis Barrantes, Yurguin Román, Keral Ríos, Wilmer Azofeifa, Guillermo Villalobos and Gabriel Leiva.

The DT of San Carlos, Douglas Sequeira, presented a 4-4-2 tactical arrangement with Antonio Torres in goal; Carlos Martínez, Kevin Fajardo, Yosel Piedra and Yurguin Román in the defensive line; Gustavo Méndez, Wilmer Azofeifa, Rachid Chirino and Fabián Arroyo in the middle; and Marcos Mena and Jonathan McDonald in the attack.

For its part, Luis Marín’s team came out with a 5-3-2 tactical arrangement with Jussef Delgado under the three posts; Keral Ríos, Christian Reyes, Henrique Moura, Guillermo Villalobos and Mauricio Núñez in defense; Joshua Parra, Randy Taylor and Luis Barrantes at half court; and Manuel Morán and Justin Monge up front.

Kevin Ruíz was in charge of supervising the order of the game during the match.

On the next day, San Carlos will face Cartaginés at home, while P. Zeledón will play at home against Municipal Grecia.

Note and image source: DataFactory




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