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Mexico will most definitely be hoping to reach the quarterfinals at the very least in the 2018 Russia World Cup. In drawing against Belgium before beating Poland away from home, they should feel very confident heading into the World Cup. They only narrowly missed out on a spot in the Confederations Cup last year due to a late equaliser from Portugal in the semi-finals.

Impressively, they have qualified for the last six FIFA World Cups. They receive support from across the planet due to their regular appearances in such a prestigious tournament making tickets for the CONCACAF side highly sought after. Football Ticket Pad offer great value tickets back by a 100% money back guarantee. Purchase your tickets to spectate a very exciting and hopeful side in the 2018 Russia World Cup.

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  • Road to Russia 2018

    Mexico’s qualification campaign was very impressive. Under Juan Carlos Osorio they topped their group and qualified for Russia with three games to spare. They haven’t changed their style of play since the 2014 Brazil World Cup. Instead, their challenge has been to integrate young and emerging talents into their squad and force them to adopt the same style of play.

    Their style of play is of an extremely high tempo. Short fast passes with pace down both wings often stun their opponents, resulting in relatively easy tap ins. This is apparent in the goals that resulted in them heading to Russia. In september 2017, Mexico applied pace down the wing in the form of Jesus Corona who then executed a breath-taking cross to Hirving Lozano, subsequently heading the ball past the Panama keeper.

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  • Key Players

    Their star player is Javier Hernandez. Being the all time top goal scorer for a nation comes with certain responsibilities. The ex-Manchester United and Real Madrid striker is well adapted to the style of play that leading European sides bring to the table. Most of his goals are scored in the box which works extremely well with the Mexican side’s fast paced passes.

    One to watch

    The extremely versatile Andres Guardado is definitely one to watch in the 2018 Russia World Cup. Mainly a midfielder but sometimes able to move on the wing or to centre back, the Real Betis veteran is well suited to in-game tactic changes. Something that many are not capable of. His experience and rapport with Hernandez through years of playing together forces him to become a vital asset in Mexico’s World Cup campaign.

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Road to Russia 2018

Mexico’s qualification campaign was very impressive. Under Juan Carlos Osorio they topped their group and qualified for Russia with three games to spare. They haven’t changed their style of play since the 2014 Brazil World Cup. Instead, their challenge has been to integrate young and emerging talents into their squad and force them to adopt the same style of play.

Their style of play is of an extremely high tempo. Short fast passes with pace down both wings often stun their opponents, resulting in relatively easy tap ins. This is apparent in the goals that resulted in them heading to Russia. In september 2017, Mexico applied pace down the wing in the form of Jesus Corona who then executed a breath-taking cross to Hirving Lozano, subsequently heading the ball past the Panama keeper.

Key Players

Their star player is Javier Hernandez. Being the all time top goal scorer for a nation comes with certain responsibilities. The ex-Manchester United and Real Madrid striker is well adapted to the style of play that leading European sides bring to the table. Most of his goals are scored in the box which works extremely well with the Mexican side’s fast paced passes.

One to watch

The extremely versatile Andres Guardado is definitely one to watch in the 2018 Russia World Cup. Mainly a midfielder but sometimes able to move on the wing or to centre back, the Real Betis veteran is well suited to in-game tactic changes. Something that many are not capable of. His experience and rapport with Hernandez through years of playing together forces him to become a vital asset in Mexico’s World Cup campaign.

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