6 Things Mexico Learned from Friendly with USA

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6 Things Mexico Learned from Friendly with USA
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After a shaky start against the United States, Mexico managed to draw the game. It was the first time in 16 years that El Tri came back to draw or win after trailing by two after the first half.

The game was intense and key for both managers, who needed this kind of clash to take a look at some players who hadn't had continuity or were not even capped before.

For Mexico it was also a matter of pride, especially after a dreadful first half that finished with the mythical 2-0.

Let's see what we learned from this game.

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