Mexico left the 2014 World Cup holding its head high and looking to the future. Like everything in life, there were good and bad moments, but all of them will turn into experience.
Against all odds, Mexico had its best performance outside home turf in 15 appearances in the tournament.
Miguel Herrera, his staff and players gave quite a show and proved that confidence, hunger and structure can lead a team toward greatness.
The road was far from easy, but the result was very satisfying. After four games, here are the 10 lessons El Tri learned.