Raul Jimenez He is back with a goal with the Mexican National Team after scoring tonight against El Salvador and breaking an eleven-month drought without being able to do so, due to the injury he suffered in the Premier League and took him away from the courts in that period.

Jiménez did not start for this game against The Savior, since Gerardo Martino gave him rest to start with Rogelio Funes Mori, but due to the demands of the game and the injuries of some players, the Wolverhampton striker entered the field.

The Mexican striker fell down the right wing with the ball, entering the area of ​​the small area and causing a foul by the defender, which would ultimately be marked by the referee as a penalty for Mexico.

True to form, Raúl Jiménez coldly took the penalty allowing the goalkeeper to move to the right side and switch the ball to the right side and score the second goal of the match for Mexico in El Salvador.

It took three games of this qualifying round for Raúl Jiménez to regain his sense of goal, which is very happy for Gerardo Martino, who was suffering from a nine as the Premier League striker.

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The last time that Raúl Jiménez scored a goal was in November 2020 against Japan in the Old Continent.

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