The year 2020 is about to end and will be remembered in history as one of the most complicated in humanity due to the unleashed pandemic that caused the discovery of the new Coronavirus Covid-19. This complicate situation provoked that all leagues and tournaments in the world have been suspended for around 4 to 6 months depending on the place.
Once football returned without people in the stadiums, the international tournaments returned, such as the UEFA Champions League, the Copa Libertadores among others, and at the international level the friendly matches of the different national teams. It also began to be seen who the most outstanding players are, those who have become champions in their leagues and those who are being called up by their national teams. That is why a few days after finishing the complicated year 2020, CONCACAF announced its XI:
Goalkeeper; Keylor Navas. Defenders: Drest, Salcedo, Alvarez, Davis. Midfielders: Herrera, McKennie, Reyna Forwards: Lozano, Jimenez, Pulisic.
We present who are the Mexican players missing from the CONCACAF ideal team:
The goalkeeper Keylor Navas undoubtedly remains along with the right back Drest, the central defender Edson Alvarez and the left back Davis, the only one who would come out would be Carlos Salcedo for Nestor Araujo who is playing at a high level with Celta de Vigo. In the middle court, Hector Herrera remains, although his level is not currently the best with Atletico de Madrid, McKennie, Reyna
In the offensive part of the team, many could say that the “tecatito” Corona deserves a place, however the offensive part of the team is the most despumated of all the ideal team, as the level of Hirving Lozano with Napoli is undoubtedly higher than Jesus Corona´s, in the case of Christian Pulisic, the North American player also has a very important level with Chelsea FC, where he has 10 goals in 30 matches. With this we can conclude that the exclusion of Jesus Corona in the XI of CONCACAF is totally justified