Game with a lot of history: the United States and Mexico will play a new classic in search of the leadership of the Concacaf qualifying rounds

Mexico, undefeated leader of the Concacaf qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup with 14 out of 18 possible points, and The United States, second with 11, will star in a heavyweight duel this Friday, while at the bottom of the classification Honduras takes a shock to his bench to come back to life.

The TQL Stadium, the newest in MLS, and the city of Cincinnati will be the stage and landscape of a new era of dating between El Tri and the Stars and Stripes teamFor almost two decades for these Concacaf superclassics by qualifying rounds, the Columbus Crew was the rival fort of the Azteca stadium in Mexico City.

The coach Gregg Berhalter will not have two of the greatest exponents of the nascent golden generation, Gio Reyna and Segiño Dest, and threatens to bring Christian Pulisic to the starting eleven, which has the English Chelsea coach, Thomas Tuchel, hair on end, who believes it premature to take the 23-year-old striker to war who has invested months in his slow recovery.

The ‘Tri’ of the Argentine Gerardo Martino is also worried about having Hershey’s in front, as he also knows that for those of Berhalter the presence of Wolves striker Raúl Jiménez will be very uncomfortable for his defensive system.

During this 2021 Mexico has twice faced USABoth were in a final and in the games the defeat was for the ‘tricolor’ squad.

Americans and Mexicans will meet this Friday in the match corresponding to the seventh day of the octagonal final of the Concacaf eliminations. Both teams have a very positive gait but will seek to demonstrate their superiority to reach the top of the table.

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