The Mexican professional soccer team América managed to get a draw at the end of their tour in the United States and with a memorable 2-2 against Real Madrid, in a match held at the Oracle Park in San Francisco, California with an attendance of over 40 thousand fans.
The people of San Francisco witnessed a fantastic exhibition game, where fans of both teams enjoyed themselves and saw a good match.
América fulfilled its three matches against European teams, in which they lost 2-1 to Chelsea, the same scoreline against Manchester City and a draw with Real Madrid 2-2.
In both games, the Yucatecan striker Henry Martin scored a goal, which makes him the first player born in our beautiful state of Yucatan, to score against two of the most important clubs in the world, Chelsea from England, and Real Madrid from Spain.
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