Seen a Canadian flag at Old Trafford today, I did wonder if it was you!
I wasn't at Old Trafford yesterday I was at St James's Park, but good to see Canadian representation there. Thanks for the photo and summary, and glad you had fun watching 4 very good teams and 2 lively games.
As for the two games I saw, México-South Korea was boring, and the decision to start Dos Santos on the bench was very silly. He usually plays very well for Mexican national teams at all levels at major tournaments. South Korea were comfortably the better team and created more clear-cut chances.
There is quite a large Mexican postgraduate population in the UK, and I met some of them before the game yesterday. A few of them, like some football fans I know back in México, have quite a dismissive attitude to all teams outside the European heavyweights and Argentina and Brazil. I tried to tell them before that South Korea, like Japan, are a strong and very underrated footballing nation, but they didn't believe me.
Gabon-Switzerland was a much better match. A draw was a probably a fair result although I thought Gabon edged it. So all 4 teams are level on 1 point in Group B and it will be interesting to see who reaches the knock-out stages.
On a side note despite there only being 10 countries in CONMEBOL, given how strong a footballing continent South América is (especially at U20 and U23 levels), it is pretty unfair that they only 2 qualification places at the Olympics, while Africa get 4 and Asia get 3.