We are 60 days from the World Cup, and Miguel Herrera may very well have figured out the structure of the team he will take to Brazil in hopes to secure the trophy.
Herrera came to El Tri as an emergency move from the Mexican Football Federation after the team had hit rock bottom at the Hexagonal.
The then-Club America coach was appointed to lead the squad in the two-legged playoff against New Zealand, which Mexico ultimately won.
The offer to take over the team permanently came soon after, and "El Piojo" grabbed it almost immediately.
The base of the team that secured the ticket to Brazil, via the playoff, is pretty much the same to date. Herrera has had to incorporate several footballers who have proven to be in their prime and also those who play in Europe.
His made the right decision when he brought players from his former club. To accomplish the feat, he turned to those he trusted and knew the most on and off the pitch; hence, there is no question he will continue to do the same thing for the World Cup.
Let's take a look to what the final 23-man list will probably look like.