Mexico Vs Poland: Mexico team is not prepared for Qatar World Cup

Mexico football team boss Gerardo “Tata” Martino was serious about his team after a 3-0 loss to Uruguay in a friendly game on Thursday, signifying they still have some way to go to be prepared for the FIFA World Cup in Qatar that kicks off in just over five months. The truth is, we’re not prepared, said Martino in the post-game news session when discussing how far his side is from the level that he needs them to be at, for the Qatar Football World Cup.

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If we focus on just today’s game, we are very far. I don’t drop vision of the fact that it’s a friendly game, I don’t lose sight of the truth that there is a goal attained, very deservingly, and that Mexico gets to play in another FIFA World Cup. This is part of the training and in the training, as has occurred in the last four years, there are good and difficult instants. If I were induced that this can’t be modified, we wouldn’t be speaking.

In front of 57,735 admirers at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, Martino and his men wriggled against an Uruguay team that was carried by a standout presentation from Edinson Cavani. With two goals in the second half, the 35-year-old striker quieted the Arizona crowd that was deeply in support of Mexico. Martino, who caught Mexico football team fans and media off-guard with his use of a five-man backline, later tried to highlight silver linings from the performance.

In the first half, the side played well. Later, Uruguay played very well. We had two scoring chances in the first 45 minutes. The first half was even, said Mexico’s trainer, despite the 3-0 overthrow. Looking ahead, they’ll have chances to fine-tune their strategies and approach. Mexico will play an additional U.S. based friendly match this month against Ecuador on Sunday in Chicago. Mexico Football World Cup team will then kick off their 2022-23 CONCACAF Nations League drive at home against Suriname on June 11 and away against Jamaica on June 14.

Advanced this summer, Mexico will go up against Paraguay in a friendly game on Aug. 31 in Atlanta.  Recently, the leader of the Peruvian Football Federation approved that the national side will face the Mexico team in a friendly this September, with a precise date and U.S. venue to be determined. At the upcoming Qatar World Cup, Martino’s side will take part in Group C with Argentina, Poland and Saudi Arabia.

Uruguay beat “Tata” Martino’s side, who fear making clowns of themselves at the Qatar World Cup

Uruguay presented that they are ready for great things ahead of Qatar FIFA World Cup, and gave a marvellous 3-0 thrashing to Mexico, a squad that has not found the right performance and that leaves Gerardo “Tata” Martino’s side with the fear of making a fool of itself half a year before the extreme soccer fair in the world. For more to know about Football World Cup Tickets Click here.

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From the start of the first half, Uruguay showed that they were not going to be an easy challenger. The Charruas put pressure on the Mexico Football World Cup team from the start, and the first 45 minutes were some of the most horrible Mexico has ever seen. Mexico’s laughter in Glendale, Arizona. Right from the start, the Mexico football trainer changed the old-style development of four defenders for a line of five, with two defenders and three men in the attack.

This tactic threw the Mexicans off balance, and Uruguay’s troupes were given some right to attack. Raul Jimenez, Mexico’s frontman, had just one play in the complete first half and missed his shot by sending it too wide, in what was Mexico’s only chance. Uruguay’s goal came in the first half. In a corner kick, the Mexican defence had a big error to allow a first header, which was very well protected by goalkeeper Alfredo Talavera.

But the defenders allowed a second shot and there Matias Vecino went ahead to notch the first Uruguayan goal in the 35th minute. Martino’s boys were not relaxed and could not find the depth to reach Sergio Rochet’s goal. It was not until the 39th minute when there was an entrance on the left flank, and there was no good communication between the Mexican football team players, and Mexico’s only clear chance in the first 45 minutes was missed.

Edinson Cavani’s display in the second half. As soon as the whistle blew for the second half, Facundo Pellistri broke down the right side to send a cross to the penalty spot, where Cavani was well placed to put in an exact shot and beat Talavera for Uruguay’s second goal in the first minute of the second half. The goal came in the 15th minute. Damian Suarez sent an exact and beautiful cross for the head of Edinson Cavani, who scored his double with a right-footed shot to beat Talavera, and Uruguay was already thrashing Mexico 3-0 in the 54th minute.

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After the third Charrua goal, Diego Alonso, the South American trainer, sent a line of five in his defence and left Cavani alone up front to lock the Uruguayan goal. As much as the Mexico Football World Cup Team tried to control the ball in the midfield, the Uruguayans continued with strong pressure and there was no way to see a possible response from the Mexicans. Tata Martino sent some of his most vital players to the field, but there were no results, even Uruguay was riskier.

Bayern Munich put a £34m price tag for Poland Football World Cup team player Robert Lewandowski

Bayern Munich club set £34m price-tag for Robert Lewandowski as the Poland World Cup star remains to push for a move to Barcelona with German giants terrible the striker will take benefit of FIFA rules and leave for free. Bayern Munich has set a £34m price tag on Robert Lewandowski as the Polish star continues to push for an exit from the Allianz Arena.

The 33-year-old claimed he would leave the German side this summer as imagines the club sell him rather than lose him for free next year, claiming he has no aim of playing for Bayern again. With the German giants terrible that Lewandowski could take legal action to force a move, the club have set a price tag to begin discussions with any potential suitors, according to sports media news.

Bayern has valued the Poland Football World Cup player at £34m (€40m), noticeably less than what they would be asking if Lewandowski was happy to stay in Germany. By setting this estimate, it seems the Bundesliga champions have accepted that Lewandowski’s future rests away from the Allianz Arena, despite their best efforts to make him stay.

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The Pole has been carefully linked with a move to Barcelona after he stated that his profession at Bayern was over in a heated pre-match session whilst on global duty. The club are also appalling that the 33-year-old striker could take legal action to escape his current agreement with the Bavarian side. Article 17 of FIFA’s Guidelines states any player who signed an agreement before the age of 28 can buy himself out of the agreement three years after the deal was signed which Lewandowski is qualified for.

The term was categorised as the ‘Webster Ruling’ after Andy Webster set the model during his move from Hearts of Midlothian to Wigan Athletic in 2006. The rule states that any player that does pick this option, must offer the club a form of reward. If Lewandowski were to dismiss his deal, he would only have to pay Bayern with the salary of his last year of the agreement estimated at £20 million.

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