LOS ANGELES – Efrain Alvarez and Mexico were crowned U-17 CONCACAF Champions on Thursday evening.
Alvarez added an assist as Mexico defeated the U.S. U-17’s 2-1 in Extra Time to win the continental title. LA Galaxy Academy products Adam Saldana and Kobe Hernandez-Foster featured for the U.S. while Galaxy II defender Mauricio Cuevas was an unused substitute.
Efra with the absolute dime. pic.twitter.com/M7why94ukq— Adam Serrano (@AdamSerrano) May 16, 2019
The United States, Mexico, Canada, and Haiti each earned the confederations four berths to the FIFA U-17 World Cup later this year.