Mexico National Football Team World Cup tickets (2022/2023)

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Mexico National Football Team World Cup Information

The Football World Cup is watched by millions of fans around the world. The best teams from around the world play for the chance to lift the best trophy in football including the Mexico national team. Find Mexico World Cup 2022 football tickets at the best prices from the safest websites and see all the games in Qatar.
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Mexico will play three group-stage matches in Qatar: Mexico v Poland, Mexico v Saudi Arabia and Mexico v Argentina.

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Mexico is one CONCACAF team expected to qualify in each and every World Cup finals. They remain the strongest side in the region alongside USA. However, El Sombrero have more consistent campaigns in each edition and constantly produced young talents from their youth system to improve their result, though somehow it still remains the same from time to time. 

Overall Campaign

Mexico is one of the earliest contestants in the world cup history and have competed in this global championships sixteen times. Their best results so far happened to take place in 1970 and 1986 while they were the host. On both occasions, Mexico’s progress only went as far as the quarter finals. In 1970, Javier Valdivia and Co finally ended their group stage hoodoo after their series of negative campaigns from 1930, 1950 to 1966, by going through the last eight as they finished the second with two wins over El Salvador and Belgium and one draw against Soviet Union. Sadly, their campaign was halted by Italy after losing 1-4 at the quarter finals. Gonzalez took the early lead but not long after, Gli Azzurri responded by scoring four times. In 1986, Bora Milutinovic’s men finally reached the same stage as 16 years before. Mexico finished as the group leader after thumping Belgium and Iraq plus sharing spoil with Paraguay. In the round of 16, El Sombrero dismantled Bulgaria before meeting Germany. It was a tough clash and Hugo Sanchez and Co did have several chances to break the deadlock. Unfortunately, none succeeded. They had to head to the exit after losing 1-4 on penalties. 

Since the 1986 edition, Mexico have always advanced to the round of 16 in every World Cup, except in 1990 when they were suspended due to registering the over age player in a youth competition. 

Iconic Moments

El Sombrero’s great moments in the world cup are only a few. The most unforgettable one was probably the match against Bulgaria in the round of 16 of 1986. They did well and secured a 2-0 win over the Eastern Europe side. Negrete and Servin scored the winning goals and sealed their spot to the quarter final. Another iconic moment for them was at the group opener in 2018. Mexico managed to stun the reigning champion, Germany1-0 through a single goal of Hirving Lozano. 

Meanwhile, the most heartbreaking moment was in 1986 quarter final. The game against Germany was always tough but Mexico’s prone to penalties became apparent since they only managed to converted one penalty out for three. Another disappointing one was the round of 16 in 2014. At this stage, they faced off Holland and hoped for the better result. At first, they seemed to have a chance after all as Giovanni Dos Santos opened the score sheet. However, two late goals by Wesley Sneijder and Klas Jan Huntelaar ended their dream to progress further. 

Top Players & Managers

Their Top Achievements in those two occasions of 1970 and 1986 lead Raul Cardenas and Bora Milutinovic as their most notable head coach in the world cup. They are alongside their key men in the squad such as Javier Valdivia, Gustavo Pena, Hugo Sanchez, Javier Aguirre, Manuel Negrete and Raul Servin who were involved in their distinguished progress.

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