Mexico wins the gold medal in Olympic football in London 2012
The world football cathedral was the perfect setting for the greatest feat in the history of Mexican soccer: the Tricolor won the gold medal in the XXX Olympic Games, after winning the final against Brazil (2-1).
Oribe Peralta scored the goals of the unforgettable victory. The first at 28 seconds, after Marco Fabian and Javier Aquino robbed the ball to Rafael. The "brush" took the rebound and beat goalkeeper Gabriel. Annotation fastest in the history of the Olympic finals.
That said the coveted gold climbed to 75 ', after a free kick collection from Marco Fabian. The lagoon is off the mark of the Brazilian defenders and shot the doorman. Fourth goal of Peralta, who is already the leading scorer in the history of Mexican Olympics.
Hulk put drama in the end, with a goal achieved in counter (90 '). Delayed reaction. The powerful "Scratch du Oro" is still not up to the top of Olympic podium. In the cathedral of world football, that place was reserved for Luis Fernando Tena and incanzables warriors.