The Mexican U 23 national football team has won the 2012 Toulon Tournament after a convincing 3-0 victory against Turkey.
Cándido Ramírez, who was the youngest player at the tournament, opened the score in the 25th minute.
Then, in the second half, México's captain Hiram Mier scored assisted by Marco Fabián.
But México just didn't settle and went for more as Marco Fabián combined with Alan Pulido and the Tigres player scored his first goal of the tournament in a crucial time, making it 3-0 in favor of México.
After the match there we're some awards given out for the most outstanding players during the tournament.
Cándido Ramírez won the award for the best goal in the tournament, Marco Fabián won the award for the topscorer in the competition with 7 goals and Héctor Herrera was named as the tournament best player.
It was a historic performance from the Mexican team winning the Toulon Tournament for their first time in their history.
Congratulations for Luis Fernando Tena and his boys. They worked hard, giving it all they had, and playing good football. They deserve it.