The Mexican National Team’s Proposal Continues to Be Elusive Despite the Victory

The Mexican National Team’s proposal remains unclear, even though it’s better to win and analyze than dwell in the shadow of a defeat.

The Mexican National Team’s proposal against Ghana lacks enthusiasm, as there’s nothing on the horizon to suggest improvement or the like.

The victory is merely a Band-Aid, and it doesn’t signify much in terms of Mexico’s future performance.

The football team still struggled for Mexico to return to victory with a 2-0 win over Ghana.

It must be noted that the second half delivered some good moments and buried, quite dangerously, the mistakes and discouragements of the first half.

The match shifted from being lackluster to dominant, capturing the attention of the 60,963 paying attendees at the Carolina Panthers Stadium.

The first half was sluggish and nervous, where the Mexican National Team couldn’t control the ball.

In the second half, things changed dramatically, with Chucky Lozano’s typical explosive style (1-0), and the subsequent entries of Chino Huerta and Uriel Antuna, who sealed the victory, particularly with the best play of the match, cementing the 2-0 victory against the African team.

There will always be doubts about whether Jaime Lozano decided on his lineup against Ghana after witnessing Germany’s humiliating result against the United States.

However, Lozano certainly has much to adjust in the Mexican National Team’s proposal, as they are not playing cohesively.

Mexican National Team’s Proposal: ¿?

It’s worth highlighting that Hirving Lozano returned to the Mexican National Team and opened the scoring with his 17th goal in the Tricolor jersey.

The PSV Eindhoven player helped break down Ghana’s defense, capitalizing on the spaces and crowning his performance with the 1-0 goal in the second half.

César Montes and Johan Vásquez have started to solidify themselves as the best central defensive pairing for the Mexican National Team.

These defenders, based in Europe, won the bronze medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Against Ghana, they managed to control the few goal-scoring opportunities created by the African team.

Edson Álvarez and Erick Sánchez displayed the strength to contain Ghana’s powerful midfield. The West Ham player came close to scoring a goal, while the Pachuca youth academy product consistently threatened the opponent’s goal.

Jaime Lozano faced criticism for initially benching Santi Giménez to give Raúl Jiménez playing time and for continuing to start Guillermo Ochoa instead of Malagón, Rodríguez, or González.

However, the coach’s gamble paid off, as Jiménez and Ochoa provided composure to young players like Erick Sánchez and the defensive duo of Montes and Vásquez.

César Huerta proved to be a total game-changer when he entered the match in the 73rd minute. The Pumas forward immediately made an impact with an assist that led to Uriel Antuna’s goal.

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