For celebrating ahead of time! Bad Bunny “mocked” Mexico, but the Tricolor came back against Puerto Rico – Fox Sports

Well they say that it is not good to celebrate before the time! This Friday she had to learn the lesson Bad Bunny. This reggaeton singer “mocked” Mexico during the match against Puerto Rico. This he did when the boricuas they won 4-0 from the first entry.

Eddie Rosario he connected a quadrangular a Julio Urías in it primer inning. Given this, the player of Braves He celebrated with the rest of his team. Through Instagram he ‘Bad bunny‘ posted a story with video of the celebration, a laughing emoji and the flag of Puerto Rico.

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The Tricolor came back in a great way

Isaac Walls It was crucial for the comeback of the Tricolor. During the second inning he hit a home run with which he approached Mexico for 4-1. Later, until the lower part of the fifth, Alex Verdugo hit a single with which Alek Thomas he stepped home.

In it 7° inning, Isaac Paredes appeared again. This hit another hit, with which he scored Randy Arozarena y Austin Barnes. With that Mexico I already tied it. Finally, in the same inning Luis Urías connected one more unstoppable, scored Alex Verdugo and with it Mexico came back.

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Mexico achieved its best result in a World Baseball Classic

After the great comeback against Puerto Rico, Mexico achieved his best result in a Classic baseball world cup. The greatest success in this competition had been the sixth place. with the pass to semifinalsat least it will be one of the best four ninths in the tournament.

Now his next rival will be Japan. Team led by Shohei Ohtani and who maintains a perfect step in the World Baseball Classic 2023. They accumulate 5 wins and 0 losses. We’ll see if those of Benjamin Gil They find the formula to defeat them.

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