Tata Martino faces the matches against Peru and Colombia with a discreet record against South American teams

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Gerardo Martino is ready for a new challenge at the helm of the Mexican National Team. The Argentine DT needs to add good results that give the team more confidence before a string of adverse markers in their latest presentations.

And among these poor results, it should be noted that lately he hasn’t done so well against South American teamswith which they have four wins, four losses and two draws, this in their 10 matches since 2019. These matches started positively for El Tri, who gradually lost their compass and it all started with a 4-0 loss against Argentina , a team with which El Tri shares a group in the World Cup.

Gerardo Martino’s results with Mexico against South American teams

Tri’s results against South American teams at the start of the Martino cycle were very encouraging. Victories 3-1 over Chile, 4-2 over Paraguay, 3-1 over Venezuela and 3-2 over Ecuadorwere undoubtedly a great omen that would turn against the Aztecs.

After these victories, it seems that Mexico was going to forget to beat South American teams. The losing streak began with a rout against Argentina 0-4, against Ecuador 2-3, a draw against Chile at two goals, a new rout this time 0-3 against Uruguay, a goalless draw against Ecuador and a defeat against a sad Paraguay 0-1.

Tata Martino’s need to win with Mexico

Despite these statistics, Mexico needs to reverse all these results and make a clean slate in order to generate confidence among its fans and among the players themselves. and coaching staff try to turn criticism into something positive for the team ahead of the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

Martino assured at a press conference that despite being the last call-up before the Qatar 2022 World Cup, it does not mean that there is no possibility for a player who is absent today.

Peru will be Mexico’s next rival on September 24, clash that will take place in the mythical Rose Bowl Stadium. While the next match will be on Monday, September 26, before his counterpart in Colombia at Levi’s Stadium located in the city of Santa Clara, California.

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