El Salvador is the name of the Nation, while San Salvador refers to the capital of El Salvador. In most Latin American and Latin-influenced nations, "San" or "Santa" are names given to major cities due to the spanish colonization that brought catholism to such regions. "EL" Salvador refers to "THE" EL SALVAdOR or "the" republic of el salvador. ' in all categories.
Mexico is, as the statistics speak for themselves: 27-03-35: Mexico 8-1 El Salvador 18-02-38: Mexico 6-0 El Salvador 28-03-65: Mexico 2-0 El Salvador 07-06-70: Mexico 4-0 El Salvador 12-10-77: Mexico 3-1 El Salvador 15-02-78: Mexico 5-1 El Salvador 06-11-81: El Salvador 1-0 Mexico 04-04-93: El Salvador 2-1 Mexico 18-04-93: Mexico 3-1 El Salvador 08-06-97: Mexico 1-0 El Salvador 05-10-97: Mexico 5-0 El Salvador 19-06-02: Mexico 1-0 El Salvador
It's a bit ambiguous, but I think means: Yes, but he is not my boyfriend/fiance; he's a better friend than this (female) one in El Salvador. If 'esta' had an accent on the 'a'; the end could mean: '....a better friend than is in El Salvador (just now)' or '....a better friend who is in El Salvador (just now)'.