A historic draw for Jamaica meant one of Mexico's worst appearances in World Cup qualifiers. "El Tri" couldn't figure out the "Reggae Boyz" and found themselves lost and desperate.
Although the local team came out with its best footballers—including four that play in Europe—the Caribbean squad was patient and did not concede spaces; hence they limited the Mexican options.
Poor performance and bad attitude mixed with some tactical changes from José Manuel de la Torre were all instrumental in the shameful equalizer.
For the second half, the manager should have changed the strategy. A 4-2-3-1 formation would have been a better option.
Let's grade the 14 players that participated in the game.