• Monday Mar 04, 2013

    U-20 Championship Best Eleven revealed

    PUEBLA, Mexico - CONCACAF announced Sunday the 2013 CONCACAF Under-20 Championship's Best Eleven, led by tournament Most Valuable Player Antonio Briseño of Mexico.

    The team was revealed following the final, as host Mexico captured its 12th title by defeating the United States 3-1 after extra time at the Estadio Cuauhtemoc in Puebla.

    Mexico placed a tournament best six players on the squad, including Richard Sanchez, who was named the Best Goalkeeper.

    The Best Eleven were selected by CONCACAF's Technical Study Group after it analyzed every match of the competition.

    2013 CONCACAF UNDER-20 CHAMPIONSHIP - BEST ELEVEN

    Goalkeeper
    Richard Sanchez (Mexico)

    Right-back
    Francisco Flores (Mexico)

    Left-back
    Bernardo Hernandez (Mexico)

    Right center-back
    Hedgardo Marin (Mexico)

    Left center-back
    Antonio Briseño (Mexico)

    Center midfield
    Jose Carlos Van Rankin (Mexico)

    Center midfield
    William Trapp (United States)

    Right midfield
    Jairo Henriquez (El Salvador)

    Left midfield
    Luis Gil (United States)

    Forward
    Amet Ramirez (Panama)

    Forward
    Jose Villarreal (United States)

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