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2012 Olympics Betting: Mexico vs. South Korea Football Odds

Written by Michael Gordon   
Wednesday, 25 July 2012 07:38

2012 Olympics Games OddsThe Mexican National Team will begin this Thursday their participation in the Olympics men's 2012 London to face South Korea in St. James Park in Newcastle. Join Now to Bet on this Game!

Luis Fernando Tena is the coach of Mexico, began his trial in March last year, between clubs and national teams in different categories went 30 games, plus three of the 2011 Copa America, which are considered larger target.

The mark in 30 games with the U-23 is 17 wins, six draws and seven lost. Ten of these commitments were officers, five and five Pan American Games Pre-Olympic tournament, won nine of them and only drew one (1-1 against Trinidad and Tobago in Guadalajara 2011).

Javier Aquino was the most used player, was in 27 of the 30 games. Marco Fabian was the scorer, to get 18 points.

The Tri participates for the tenth time in the Olympics was not from Athens 2004. Your best turnout was in Mexico 1968, when he came to play the match for the bronze medal and lost to Japan.

The first game in Mexico in Amsterdam Olympics was in 1928, lost 1-7 to Spain, he played another, in consolation round and fell 1-3 to Chile. In London 1948 lost the only game played in Tokyo 1964 rescued their first draw (1-1 against Iran) in exchange for two defeats. His first victory was to Mexico 1968, 1-0 win over Colombia.

In total, 31 games played for the Tri Olympic Games, has won record of seven, 10 and 14 tie lost.

The betting line at William Hill Sports is Mexico 5/6, Draw 23/10 and South Korea 13/5.

Only three times Mexico was made in the Olympic tournament with victory: in 1968 Mexico defeated 1-0 to Colombia in 1972 Munich won 1-0 at Atlanta 1996 Sudan and the score was also 1-0, against Italy.

Three history of fighting against South Korea in Olympic Games in London 1948 Asians won 5-3, in Atlanta 1996 tied without goals, at the 2004 Athens Korea won, but 1-0.

 
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