October 26, 2021

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Mexico national team plays poorly: ” Tata ” Martino cares after drawing with Canada


The coach of the Mexico national team, Gerardo “Tata” Martino, admits that his team worked poorly at the collective level. The draw for him was 1-1 on Thursday Concacaf tie for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar against Canada.

“It’s something that happened to us in the first half, and it’s related to the fact that we did not press well, especially after George’s goal, Let our competitor grow by manipulating the ball, to be passive in retreating, we began to move backwards; The first observation is that we are not serious. “ The press pointed out at the meeting.

At the Azteca Stadium, on the fourth day of the match, Mexico took advantage of a goal by Jorge Sanchez, but it was hit with a goal by Jonathan Osorio. The cost is “Tata” Martino Losing the leadership of the competition, the target difference worse than the United States, Winner of Jamaica.

“Tata” was on its plan to beat the Canadians and Mexico was dissatisfied with the result of a match that wasted local status.

“We were better until we reached our goal; after we stopped pressing and the opponent started to handle the ball. Those fluctuations are noticeable and ultimately pay off “, Added.

The Canadians played one of their best games, and when they reached a draw they sought victory and complicated Mexico’s game. Sometimes they are not integrated.

“We had a team problem, which is more noticeable in some areas than in other areas, and we make the mistake of focusing on one or two players with low performance in the first half; This is solved because it is done at the joint level, in any group. We have to work to be more committed to that. “ I notice.

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Martino acknowledged that there are some of the best players in Canada, and it is not surprising that he went out in search of victory.

Mexico hosts Honduras in Azteca on Sunday, the fifth day of the tournament, followed by a visit to El Salvador on Wednesday.

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