The aggregate presentation of the Mexican National Team keeps on producing questions about its exhibitions preceding the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
Out of commission on offence
In their match against Jamaica, the group trained by the Argentine Gerardo “Goodbye” Martino needed to return from an unfavourable score and, enduring, wound up tying 1-1 in matchday 3 of the Nations League.
Toward the start of the match, the Caribbean group exploited an oversight by Jess Gallardo in the stamping and, at minute 4, took a 1-0 lead through a header by Leon Bailey on a pass from Shamar Nicholson.
From then on, Jamaica was better situated on the contribution of the National Stadium Kingston against an ungraceful adversary coming up short on plans to go ahead.
Maybe the main thing for the Mexican group was the set pieces, as they figured out how to set things straight at 1-1 in the 48th moment of activity.
Luis Chavez slipped the ball from a free-kick to Luis Romo, who headed the past ball to goalkeeper Andre Blake.