With only five months until the World Cup, Mexico is struggling. 

El Tri secured a ticket to the international tournament after concluding a turbulent Concacaf qualifying cycle in second place, narrowly edging out the United States. But the celebrations were short lived.

The Mexican national team has not defeated a World Cup-bound opponent since July 2021, when triumphing 2-1 over Canada in the Concacaf Gold Cup semi-final at NRG Stadium. The June window provided El Tri with the opportunity to improve their record, but instead lost 3-0 to Uruguay and drew 0-0 with Ecuador.

Former Mexican national team head coach Miguel ‘Piojo’ Herrera is not impressed, calling out current manager Tata Martino despite his successful start with the team. 

“As a coach, it seems to me that the national team is not working. From what I saw at the beginning and what Tata did when he arrived, he had an extraordinary year, everything started very well,” he declared in an interview with Marca

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