Mexico vs. Costa Rica: 6 Things We Learned

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Mexico vs. Costa Rica: 6 Things We Learned
Mexico and Costa Rica played to scoreless draw. Photo: Jorge Garaiz / MedioTiempo

Mexico had never tied three consecutive games at the Azteca in World Cup qualifiers before. El Tri received Costa Rica on home turf only to continue its winless drought.

The crisis is so deep that Mexico has not scored at the Azteca since September 2012, when the team defeated Costa Rica 2-0 in the third round of the CONCACAF World Cup qualifier.

The fans that attended the stadium in hopes to see El Tri win demanded the sacking of the manager, José Manuel de la Torre, chanting, “Chepo out, Chepo out.”

A tough night for Mexico, especially if you consider that it has one more game in its account, compared to the other Hexagonal contenders.

Here are six things we learned from the game.

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