Raúl Jiménez Surpasses Chicharito Brand In The Mexican National Team

PANAMA – Raúl Jiménez is the first Mexican player since Javier Hernández who has scored seven or more goals in a calendar year with the Mexican National Team since 2017. The striker scored two goals against Panama, within the Concacaf League of Nations, and with it He reached his 24th goal with the Tricolor and placed 12th place in top historical scorers, two scores from Oribe Peralta and three from Hugo Sánchez.

In addition, Jiménez has eight goals in the last seven games he has played with both the national team and Wolverhampton. He even has four straight games with annotation and tied the longest streak of his career.

Since the Gold Cup, Jiménez has 20 goals in 30 meetings between the Aztec representative and his club. He also contributed a goal pass, in the score of Edson Álvarez.

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