Qatar Football World Cup: Mexico World Cup team forecast 2.0

This past FIFA opening for Mexico was complete with many of the same stories that conquered their FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign. Goals were infrequent, the side’s supposed superstars failed and the Fuera Tata chants were heard in games that were played both in the United States and in Mexico. Each one of those truths will shape Mexico’s run-up to the Qatar World Cup.

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Head trainer Tata Martino must crack Mexico football team goal lack, and maybe recall Javier Hernadez’s “Chicharito”, Mexico’s all-time leading scorekeeper, to do so. There’s also rising concern about centre forward Raul Jimenez’s extended drop in form since suffering a severe head injury in 2021. Also, Jesus “Tecatito” Corona’s failure to influence games is another worrying trend for Mexico.

Martino’s job safety remains the main talking point even though Mexican Football Federation sporting director Gerardo Torrado has said agreeably that he would like to recall Martino after the Football World Cup. And in a talk with the media last Thursday, FMF president Yon De Luisa supported Martino, raising the 59-year-old Argentine boss as “the best choice” for Mexico at the instant.

The followers have every right to express themselves, whether or not we agree with them, De Luisa said. Our sureness level is at 100. There’s no hesitation that our teaching staff is led by Gerardo Martino, and it’ll be that way when we arrive in Qatar. That vote of sureness came after Mexico marched away from friendlies against Nigeria, Uruguay, and Ecuador with more queries than answers.

An unimpressive 2-1 win over a frequently second-choice Nigeria side in Dallas and a 3-0 loss to full-strength Uruguay in Phoenix set the leg for a tense game up against Ecuador in Chicago. The game ended in a 0-0 draw with Jimenez off the mark during the contest. Naturally, Martino used these games to test a bit. He strayed from his typical 4-3-3 construction against Uruguay, perhaps hoping to have a feasible tactical solution to problems that may come in November.

Mexico Football World Cup team lined up in a 5-3-2 form

Mexico creased up in a 5-3-2 form, featuring a double midfield pivot of Edson Alvarez and Erick Gutierrez, an unlikely pairing since Gutierrez is typically behind both Alvarez and Hector Herrera on the complexity chart. For about 35 minutes, Mexico was controlled and organized but never looked relaxed under intense pressure from Uruguay’s midfield counter-press and high press.

Separate errors on set pieces and self-justifying breakdowns doomed Mexico as Uruguay trained the Mexico Football World Cup team via direct football and an encouraged Edison Cavani. Statistically, the game was much closer, with Mexico having more control, better passing precision and just as many shots (10) as Uruguay. For more to know about Football World Cup Tickets Click here.

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That much about Mexico is stable, Martino’s team often betters their challengers on paper, but the players simply have not approved in key moments. This is true regardless of what foundation Martino trials with. In a recent interview with the media, Martino confessed to former Mexico team World Cup striker Carlos Hermosillo that Mexico’s attack was lacking, often decaying due to poor choice-making by the players on the ground.

We’ve had glitches in the final third that outcome from bad decisions with the final pass, finishing plays unwell from wide areas, and then the player who’s in a place to score, isn’t scientific, said Martino. We are not putting sufficient players inside the box and we’re a side that gets to those areas often. That’s something that we have too accurate.

Martino added that a lack of goals is often a sign of more important matters, but in the case of this Mexico football team, they’ve done well to build play from the back and spread up the field via numerical advantages. The problem again, he said, is substandard decisions by the players in crucial attacking places. And so, an exacting reality has begun to set in for Mexican World Cup fans.

“Es lo que hay” is being expressed in the press, meaning that this is as good as it’s going to get for Mexico from a player personnel position. However, in CONCACAF Nations League games vs Suriname and Jamaica, some players made strong situations for bigger roles at the World Cup in Qatar, while others now have a slight chance to make Mexico’s last roster. And that is a model, was the objective in June.

FIFA will increase team sizes from 23 to 26 for this version of the Qatar World Cup

In May, we issued a mega-event roster forecast, a 1.0 version of Mexico’s final team for the Qatar Football World Cup. Here’s where that forecast stands as of today, still operating under the statement that FIFA will increase squad sizes from 23 to 26 for this edition of the competition. Confirm goalkeeper for Qatar are Guillermo Ochoa, Alfredo Talavera and Carlos Acevedo, Rodolfo Cota in consideration.

There is a certain battle for the third goalkeeper mark. The more skilled Cota was given starts against Nigeria and Jamaica, but an awkward miscue against the African side has left the open spot for Acevedo. The 26-year-old achieved well against lesser competition in Suriname and will remain in argument up until the choice day. Acevedo is viewed as Mexico’s goalkeeper of the future, so it will be an exciting choice.

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Confirm Left back for Qatar Football World Cup are Gerardo Arteaga, Jesus Gallardo and Erick Aguirre in consideration. There isn’t much more to analyse in this position group. Genk’s Arteaga is likely the first excellent left fullback in Qatar. Gallardo, despite his varying form, has World Cup knowledge that Martino values. The CF defender is a player who knows Martino’s scheme and can step in as a wingback if Mexico plays in with a three-man back line.

Monterrey’s Erick Aguirre has played on both the left side and right-side Mexico’s defence. He’s a handy option that would be a wonderful addition to the final Football World Cup list. Confirm Center backs are Nestor Araujo, Julio Cesar Dominguez, Hector Moreno, Cesar Montes, Johan Vasquez and Jesus Angulo, Israel Reyes are in consideration. For more to know about the Mexico Football World Cup team Click here.

Right-back for FIFA World Cup is Jorge Sanchez and Julian Araujo, and Kevin Alvarez is in consideration. Previous Pumas right-back Alan Mozo, now with Chivas, is doubtful to be under consideration. The same goes for Luis “Chaka” Rodriguez, who has been part of Martino’s Mexico teams since 2019. Mozo hasn’t been a share of Martino’s call ups and Rodriguez is reducing further down the right-back striking order.

Excluding an injury, Club America’s Sanchez will be Mexico’s starting right fullback against Poland on November 22 for the first game of the Qatar Football World Cup. There’s a fascinating race though between the LA Galaxy’s Julian Araujo and Pachuca’s Kevin Alvarez to provide depth at the spot. Araujo started against Suriname, while Alvarez was given the signal versus Jamaica. Neither truly stood out, but Alvarez has more buzz at the instant, as PSV Eindhoven are reportedly chasing the 23-year-old.

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Predicted 26-man Mexico World Cup team list

3 Goalkeeper are Guillermo Ochoa, Alfredo Talavera and Carlos Acevedo. 2 Left fullbacks are Gerardo Arteaga and Jesus Gallardo. 4 Center back for Football World Cup are Nestor Araujo, Hector Moreno, Cesar Montes and Johan Vasquez. 2 Right fullbacks are Jorge Sanchez, Julio Cesar Dominguez.

3 Defensive midfielders are Edson Alvarez, Hector Herrera and Luis Romo.4 Central midfielders are Erick Gutierrez, Carlos Rodriguez, Andres Guardado and Orbelin Pineda. 5 Winger are Hirving Lozano, Jesus Corona, Uriel Antuna, Diego Lainez, Marcelo Flores.3 Strikers for Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022 are Raul Jimenez, Alexis Vega, Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez.

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