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El Principito has become a flexible player who can take an offensive role as a winger or provide safety as a left-back.
In the previous game, he took over the center of the pitch and struggled a bit, which is understandable since he has never played as a defensive midfielder.
He will have a tough task against Ecuador, because Miguel Layun has proven to be in great shape.
He missed the previous friendly because he joined the team four days before the match. However, Moreno is one of the footballers who will play every World Cup game. He is one of the most consistent Mexicans abroad.
Moreno is bold, tough and has a fantastic ball possession. He can distribute the ball easily and with superb accuracy.
He will wear the captain's armband. Marquez's experience will be very valuable at Brazil, and during the preparation games, he will help his teammates settle down.
He is the leader of the back line, which happens to be very important in Herrera's 5-3-2 system. But Marquez will also be the guy in charge of slowing things down when the squad is in distress.
He has to prove a lot. His performance against Israel was far from impressive mostly because he seems to be out of shape.
El Maza has one last chance to make an impact on the team, or he can kiss goodbye his chance to start a game in Brazil. Diego Reyes is in a better place right now, despite his lack of playing time with Porto.
He has already secured the starting position on the right flank. Herrera knows him from their days with Club America, and as soon as he got the job as Mexico manager, he capped Aguilar.
He is great with long runs to the goal line, from where he can send a cross to the box or dribble to get into the box and shoot from close range.