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Mexico vs El Salvador History: Who has won more games?

The Mexican National Team's final test awaits them at the Azteca Stadium. 

The match on Wednesday, March 30 will be the last game of the qualifiers for both teams, and in the case of the squad coached by Gerardo Martino, it will be their last chance. 
The match on Wednesday, March 30 will be the last game of the qualifiers for both teams, and in the case of the squad coached by Gerardo Martino, it will be their last chance. 

Mexico vs El Salvador History match of the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying is just around the corner, so it is important to know, who has won the most matches?

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The match on Wednesday, March 30 will be the last game of the qualifiers for both teams, and in the case of the squad coached by Gerardo Martino, it will be their last chance. 

And it is their last chance because in this last round of the World Cup Qualifiers, the Mexicans have not been able to secure their ticket to the World Cup, so they will have to play for their destiny against El Salvador

But who has won more matches between the two nations?

Who has won more games in Mexico vs El Salvador duel? Here is the History

The Mexican National Team is the one that has won more times against El Salvador, especially in World Cup Qualifiers, since out of the 7 duels that both teams have had in this phase, the Mexicans have won 6.

As for the Salvadorans, they have won on only 1 occasion, however, on that occasion, they gave a blow on the table and showed the Mexicans that La Selecta was a team to be respected. 

When was the last time La Selecta beat El Tri?

It has been 22 years since the last time La Selecta beat El Tri, which happened on June 6, 2009, in the CONCACAF World Cup Qualifiers for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.

On that day, the match was played at the Cuscatlán Stadium and the coach of the Salvadorans was none other than Carlos de Los Cobos, a Mexican coach who knew well the workings of the Mexican National Team. 

With a score of 2-1, La Sele finally beat the team that at the time was called the Concacaf Giant, at a time when El Tri was behaving like one.

The line-ups of that match

El Salvador: Miguel Montes; Alexander Escobar, Marvin González, Alfredo Pacheco (Rudis Corrales), Manuel Salazar; Ramón Sánchez, Cristian Castillo, Julio Martínez, Eliseo Quintanilla (Mardoqueo Henríquez) Osael Romero and Rodolfo Zelaya (Salvador Coreas).

Coach: Carlos De los Cobos.

Mexico: Oscar Perez; Francisco Rodriguez, Aaron Galindo, Ricardo Mendoza, Oscar Rojas; Gerardo Torrado, Fernando Arce (Israel Castro), Pavel Pardo (Cuauhtemoc Blanco), Andres Guardado (Alberto Medina); Guillermo Franco and Nery Castillo.

Coach: Javier Aguirre.

The goals in that epic match were scored by Julio Martínez and Elisio Quintanilla, while the legendary Cuauhtémoc Blanco scored for Mexico. 

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Walter Gabriel Estrella Yah.

Journalist with more than 10 years of experience. Puma UNAM at heart. Fan of the most beautiful sport on the planet. I currently cover Liga MX, MLS, Premier League, Mexican National Team and USMNT. Always attentive to the latest world soccer news.+ info

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