The Mexican National Team is already in Dallas, United States, to begin its preparation for the Gold Cup. It will begin next Saturday, July 10, and Mexico will face the winner of the preliminary 9. In addition, Group A will be made up of El Salvador and Curaçao.
It should be noted that those commanded by Gerardo Martino arrive in a good way for the competition. A few days ago, El Tri met in a friendly match against the Nigerian National Team, and emerged victorious 4-0 with the goals of Héctor Herrera x2, Rogelio Funes Mori and Jonathan Dos Santos.
In recent weeks, the absence of Javier 'Chicharito' Hernández has been talked about and questioned a lot. The Los Angeles Galaxy attacker goes through a great moment in Major League Soccer, being one of the top scorers and one of the great figures of the team.
The Argentine strategist inclined to summon Rogelio Funes Mori, Rayados de Monterrey striker, and who only needed four minutes to score his first goal with the Tri shirt. After the game against Nigeria, he won the praise of the fans and some footballers.
Mexico National Team: When and where will they play their first match in this Cup?
Considered one of the best stadiums in the NFL, AT&T Stadium, the home of the Dallas Cowboys, will be one of the venues for the 2021 Gold Cup located in Arlington, Texas. The team in charge of making its debut at this stadium will be nothing more and nothing less than that of Mexico. The game will be played next Saturday, July 10, starting at 9 pm local time.
Mexico National Team: Probable headline formation
The probable initial formation would be: Guillermo Ochoa, Cesar Montes, Jorge Sanchez, Johan Vasquez, Luis Romo, Erick Aguirre, Sebastian Cordova, Diego Lainez, Carlos Rodriguez, Henry Martin and Alexis vega
Mexico National Team: Last matches
- 27/03: México 0-1 Wales (Cardiff City Stadium)
- 30/03: México 1-0 Costa Rica (Weiner Neustadt Stadium)
- 29/05: México 2-1 Islandia (AT&T Stadium)
- 12/06: México 0-0 Honduras (Mercedes Benz Stadium)
- 30/06: México 3-0 Panamá (Nissan Stadium)
- 03/07: México 4-0 Niger (Los Angeles Coliseum)
Mexico National Team: How did the last Gold Cup go?
The Mexican soccer team reaches this edition of the Gold Cup, as the current champion of the competition. In fact, he is the top winner of the contest with 8 titles.