It's here! Miguel Herrera has put an end to the speculation and announced his 23-man list for this summer's World Cup. While most of the team seemed to be already figured out, others were huge surprises for fans and media alike.
Some of Herrera's most trusted men didn't make the cut despite being key in the two-legged playoff against New Zealand that secured Mexico's ticket for the tournament.
Herrera now has one month and four preparation matches—against Israel, Ecuador, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Portugal—to figure out his starting XI.
Let's find out who are the winners and losers from Herrera's final list.