Ferro and Wen save Latinos from their first loss

Ferro and Wen score two late goals to equalise the game

The return game between team Latinos and team Rest of the World took place this past Saturday at Benito Juarez Stadium. After having drawn 1:1 the week before, the teams wanted to show who is the final winner between the culturally diverse teams. Even though both teams played with a slightly changed personnel, the teams remained in their playing system: 3-5-2 for the Mexicans, and 4-4-2 for ROW:

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Return game: Latinos vs Rest of the World

Who will be the final winner?

The first game between a team of soccer players from Latin America and a team of soccer players from all over the world was a great success. The Mexican dominated Latinos (organised by captain Wen) relied on a Mourinho like defensive play, waiting for the “foreigners” to get into their half before attacking them. Team Rest of the World played all or nothing, as usual.

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Another rivalry started

First game between Latinos and players from the Rest of the World

Here we are back again with a very interesting clash, this time we played Latinos vs Rest of the World. The weekends are getting warmer each week and this adds to more charged people for the games.

Team Latinos started the game in a  4-4-2 formation, with captain Wen starting alongside Hector. José de Venezuela, Andre de Brazil y Hector de El Salvador were the three only non-mexican players for the Latinos. Team Rest of the World (ROW), with four players from the US!!!, and other players from Japan, France, Germany, India, Portugal and India, was back with their favorite 4-4-2 formation, with captain Manni lining up with Kim in defence. You usually don’t see defenders captaining the games but here at sport-12 you can be anything because here you are the star!!!

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Fut11: Rest of the World vs Mexico

Rest of the World overruns Mexico in first Half

This past Saturday another 11-a-side casual soccer game took place at Centro Deportivo Benito Juarez. The group consisting of 26 players was divided into a Mexican team and an international team with players from France (6), Canada (2), India (1), Germany (1), Venezuela (1) and England (1). We were happy to welcome 5 new players to our casual soccer games. Terence, William, Santiago and Matthieu did a fantastic job for team Rest of the World. Alejandro was a key contributor in the defense of the Mexican team.

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