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Colombia's quarterfinal opponent will be Mexico, which beat Cameroon in a penalty shootout after a 1 1 draw on Tuesday.
Mexico beats Cameroon in shootout at U20 World Cup
"It was a tough day for us, very tough," said Colombia U20 coach Balenciaga Purse Price Eduardo Lara. "The head of the coaching staff (Gomez) made a decision and this hurt all of the group. This team is a famliy. Maybe because of this, our first half was one of our worst."
to a long ball and drilled a 15 meter (yard) shot under Colombia keeper Cristian Bonilla. Two minutes later, Mynor Escoe barged through several Colombia defenders and slotted home a shot from 18 meter (yards).
But Mexico answered quickly and midfielder Orrantia equalized from close range after a long pass into the area. He dived feet first near the far post to knock the left flank cross into the net.
Luis Muriel gave Colombia a 1 0 lead in the 56th minute, but Costa Rica came back with goals in the 63rd by John Ruiz and in the 65th by Mynor Escoe to take the lead and threaten the hosts with a surprise elimination.
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Ohandza put Cameroon in front by firing a hard shot into the top of the net from just inside the penalty area after receiving a perfect pass from Mbondi.
Colombia beats Costa Rica 3 2 in U20 World Cup
Erick Torres, Ulises Davila and Marvin Pinon all found the net with confident shots for Mexico, whose quarterfinal opponent will be host nation Colombia, which converted a stoppage time penalty to beat Costa Rica 3 2.
Muriel, of Italian club Udinese, gave Colombia the lead when he chased the ball into the area as Costa Rica keeper Aaron Cruz came 10 meters (yards) off his line to meet him. Muriel won the chase and chipped the ball home for his fourth goal of the tournament.
PEREIRA, Colombia (AP) Mexico defeated Cameroon in a penalty shootout after a 1 1 draw on Tuesday to advance to the quarterfinals of the Under 20 World Cup.
Costa Rica coach Ronald Gonzalez said his team grew quickly during the tournament.
Colombia has won all four of its matches in the tournament and looks like a genuine contender, thriving on wild support at home and the edge of playing at an altitude of 2,600 meters (8,600 feet) in Bogota.
with a 79th minute header before Rodriguez's dramatic late winner.
"We are happy, but we are not completely satisfied," Mexico coach Juan Carlos Chavez said. "We know there is still a lot to improve. It was a difficult match, with few opportunities, but here we are, it's time to start thinking about Colombia. It will be very special to play against the host."
A tight match was settled just seconds into stoppage time when English referee Mark Clattenburg awarded a penalty after Ariel Soto pulled down Colombia's second half substitute Duvan Zapata. Rodriguez stepped up and rammed home the penalty for his third goal of the tournament.
"Finally, we played without fear and without any complexes and showed what we can do," Gonzalez said.
"There is no other explanation (for the missed penalties)," he said.
Mexico advanced to the knockout stage in second place in Group F, behind Argentina and ahead of England and North Korea. Cameroon was second to Portugal in Group B, which also had New Zealand and Uruguay.
Costa Rica seemed headed to victory before Pedro Franco headed home in a cross from Rodriguez, who maneuvered on the wing before finding an opening to put the ball into the area.
The teams created very few scoring chances during regulation at the Hernan Ramirez Villegas stadium in Pereira, but Mexico pressured near the end and threatened the most, especially with a few long range shots. Cameroon's only chances came on crosses from set pieces.
In extra time, Mexico almost scored in the 115th, but Nestor Araujo's shot was saved by Cameroon goalkeeper Jean Efala. Torres also had his attempt saved by Efala a few minutes earlier.
Franck Ohandza put Cameroon ahead in the 79th minute in regulation time, but Carlos Orrantia equalized for Mexico in the 81st.
The first half was a standoff with Colombia having more possession but Costa Rica looking more menacing, particularly on the counterattack.
Cameroon coach Martin Ndtoungou Mpille said the defense's lack of attention for a few moments led to the equalizer, and then the pressure got to the players in the shootout.
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) James Rodriguez scored a penalty in second half stoppage time to give Colombia a 3 2 win over Costa Rica on Tuesday and a place in the Under 20 World Cup quarterfinals.
Costa Rica equalized in the 63rd when Ruiz ran on Guess Sling Bag
The victory came just hours after the head coach of the senior team, Hernan Dario Gomez, resigned after reports he struck a woman in a bar. The incident took place Saturday in Bogota.
goalkeeper Jose Rodriguez stopped Franck Ohandza's shot, then Idriss Nguessi struck the crossbar and Christ Mbondi hit the post to end the contest.
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