FIFA Highlights The Mexican National Team for The World Cup

  • Publish date: Friday، 23 September 2022
FIFA Highlights The Mexican National Team for The World Cup
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The Mexican national football team is seeking to achieve good results during its upcoming participation in the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, which will be held in November and December, to erase its previous results in which it did not pass the round of 16 since the World Cup Which held in Mexico in 1986.

In a report on its official website, FIFA highlighted the Mexican national team's participation in the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, and the most prominent elements that will be present in its squad.

The Mexican national team will compete in the Qatar 2022 World Cup in Group C, along with Argentina, Saudi Arabia, and Poland.

The Mexican fans dream of going far in the World Cup in Qatar, and for this dream, the Mexican delegation will travel to Qatar with the aim of ending the 36-year wait without skipping the 16th round of the tournament.

With a stable tactical system and many familiar names in the starting lineup, most notably Guillermo Ochoa (goalkeeper), who always shines exceptionally in the World Cup by defending his country's goal.

Ochoa, the 37-year-old player for Mexican club America, is known to disappear for 4 years and then appear in the World Cup with an amazing performance.

Ochoa participated in 4 previous editions of the World Cup, and he is very relied upon by the Mexican public to achieve positive results in the next World Cup.

Raul Jimenez (striker) will also be on the list of the Mexico national team, as he is the top scorer for the Mexico national team, and a striker who knows how to establish himself among the elite thanks to his goals, although he is not currently living his best days in the stadiums, as he has not yet succeeded in returning to his best performance after a skull fracture in November 2020, his collision with Brazilian defender David Luiz.

Jimenez, 31 years old, who plays for English club Wolverhampton, will be the main attacking player in coach Gerardo Martino's squad for the World Cup.

In addition to 27-year-old Hirving Lozano, the talented winger who performed astonishingly at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, he has been plagued by injuries since his move to Napoli in 2019 and lost his place in the starting line-up of the team.

However, many sports critics consider that the Qatar 2022 World Cup will be a perfect opportunity for Lozano to regain his form.

And finally, the 36-year-old expert, Andres Guardado, who plays for Spanish club Real Betis.

Guardado played for his country in 173 matches and scored 28 goals. He is highly relied upon to create the creative touch in the midfield, thanks to his outstanding talent and great experience, whether at the international level or at the club level, as he played for many important European clubs such as Valencia and PSV Eindhoven.