The Mexican National Team will continue with the friendly matches of the FIFA date, this time it will be measured against its counterpart from Costa Rica, the match will be at the Stadion Wiener Neustadt, Austria. Gerardo Martino's squad must seek to improve their image after losing with the slightest difference of one goal last Saturday, March 27, against Wales. That duel was his first friendly activity after the pause forced by the contingency due to Covid-19, so the panorama that the Mexican strategist showed did not finish convincing the fans.
The game will be next Tuesday, March 30 at 2:00 p.m. local time in Mexico City, the main open television companies in the country will broadcast live every minute of the game. Despite being an hour that is crossed with office and school hours, you can also follow the game on streaming platforms and on live television.
Mexico vs Costa Rica, where to see it live and direct?
Through the Televisa signal in conjunction with TUDN you will be able to watch the game on Channel 5, as for the transmission of TV Azteca, the live broadcast of the game will be shown on Channel 7. Both companies have their internet pages where they share minute by minute via streaming.
It should be noted that in the games of the Mexican National Team you can follow them under the narration of Luis García, Christian Martinoli and Jorge Campos, since in the Concacaf Pre-Olympic competitions, the Aztec television station could not transmit them and they were only screened by the signal from TUDN and some pay TV channels.
How will Mexico play against Costa Rica?
In his match against Wales, the Tri coach came out with his starting eleven made up of the experienced goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa, the defenders were Carlos Salcedo, César Montes in the company of Luis Rodríguez and Jesús Gallardo. For the midfield he played with Edson Álvarez, Héctor Herrera and Andrés Guardado, finally, for the offensive attack he worked with Hirving Lozano and Tecatito Corona.
For his duel against Costa Rica, the possible line-up that Gerardo Martino would come out with are the following names: he would repeat Ochoa in the goal, followed by Héctor Moreno, Luis Rodríguez, Gerardo Arteaga, Carlos Salcedo, in front of them Andrés Guardado, Héctor Herrera and Diego Laínez.