Francisco Sebastián Córdova Reyes was born on June 12, 1997, and he is a professional footballer for both the Liga MX club Tigres UANL and the Mexican national team.

Códova joined the Club América youth programme in 2015 after being born in Aguascalientes.

In 2016, he was loaned out to Ascenso MX club Alebrijes de Oaxaca, where he played for a combined total of 21 minutes across two league and Copa MX appearances.

Francisco Sebastián Olympic Games Tokyo 2020

Francisco Sebastián Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: Mexico Beats Japan to Win Bronze

Sebastian Cordova scored a penalty and assisted on two more goals as Mexico defeated host Japan 3-1 in Saitama on Friday to win the bronze medal in men’s football at the Olympic Games.

Cordova, who plays for Liga MX’s Club America, had a major hand in Mexico’s victory, which gave the country its second Olympic medal (after gold at the 2012 London Games).

The Mexicans came out strong in the first half and took the lead in the 13th minute when Cordova scored a penalty kick to avenge their loss to the same opponent in the group league stage.

Sebastian Cordova Leads Mexico to Soccer Bronze in 3-1 Win Over Japan

Johan Vasquez, a defender who was sent off in the first match against Japan, advanced nine minutes later to head home a free-kick from Cordova.

With a comfortable 2-0 advantage at the half, Mexico came out stronger in the second half and scored another goal in the 58th minute when Cordova attempted a cross and Ernesto Vega scored on a header.

Bronze Medal Game: Mexico Defeats Japan 3-1 Behind Sebastian Cordova

Mexico defeated host Japan 3-1 to win the bronze medal in men’s soccer at the Olympic Games on Friday. Sebastian Córdova scored the game’s first goal and added two assists.

This is Mexico’s second Olympic gold medal in soccer, joining the one they won in London in 2012.

In the 13th minute, Córdova scored the game’s first goal on the strength of a penalty kick made possible by a foul committed by Japanese midfielder Wataru Endo on Ernesto Vega.

In the 22nd minute, Jorge Sanchez scored off a header from a free kick by Córdova. In the 58th minute, Alexis Vega took a corner kick for Córdova.

The Japanese got on the board in the 78th minute thanks to a goal by Kaoru Mitoma, but by then it was too late to make a comeback.

In Saitama, Japan, Mexico celebrated by throwing coach Jaime Lozano in the air.

On Saturday, reigning champion Brazil will face off against Spain in the gold medal match.

Conclusion

On Friday, Mexico defeated host Japan 3-1 to win the bronze medal match in men’s soccer at the Olympic Games. Sebastian Córdova scored the game’s first goal and added two assists.

This is Mexico’s second Olympic gold medal in soccer, joining the one they won in London in 2012.

In the 13th minute, Córdova scored the game’s first goal on the strength of a penalty kick made possible by a foul committed by Japanese midfielder Wataru Endo on Ernesto Vega. Thanks for reading our article Francisco Sebastián Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.