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Mexico vs Suriname Goals and Highlights:Mexico 3-0 Suriname in CONCACAF Nations League

Mexico vs Suriname

Mexico vs Suriname Goals and Highlights: Mexico 3-0 Suriname in CONCACAF Nations League

Desperate to win the hearts of fans just months away from the World Cup in Qatar, the Mexican national team showed its latest legacy with a 3-0 win over world number 141 Suriname.

Mexico fought in the buildup play and created a few obvious chances: El Tri missed a clearance, an inexperienced penalty foul and a confusing shot was needed to win the CONCACAF Nations League opener.

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Mexican players stock up / stock down

Outside of Diego Lines’ Flash, who showed his trademark acceleration and 1-on-1 skill in the box, the other attackers could not help their goal to win a place in the 2022 World Cup. Rodolfo Pizarro was anonymous, Henry Martin did not receive much service and midfielder Sebastian Cordova was absent.

In addition to the lineup, Pachuca’s Luis Chavez was brilliant in midfield, and fullbacks – Julian Araujo on the right and Eric Aguirre on the left – were tough, but rarely tested. Marcelo Flores showed his personality within minutes of the field and Eric Sanchez gave the team strength in midfield to end the match.

Martino has indicated that there will be four or five players who will start their final match in June against Jamaica in Kingston on Tuesday.

The next chance for players to impress Martino will come in September, the final window of the match before the roster is named before the November World Cup.

What did Tata Martino say about the match?

Mexico entered the Suriname match under pressure after a series of disappointing results against Nigeria, Uruguay and Ecuador. Criticism of manager Tata Martino, who targeted Torion fans, has increased due to scoring problems and poor play in those games. Several times during the match they chanted “Fuera, Tata” (Tata out).

After a 3-0 win over Suriname, Martino was honest about how the match unfolded and where his team fell short. He was realistic that he brought a young team to the field and he understood the challenges that came with it.

“And the truth is that most of the players who played were young players who wanted a place in the senior team.

“Several dramas have become lazy for the reason I mentioned: a bad control, a pass getting a bit wide. A wrong decision. We had a chance to score a few goals.

“It’s hard to talk about the game because you expect the team to win,” he continued. “And the reality is that the game has won in a good way.”

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