Mexico is coming to World Cup 2018 roughly 30-strong with experienced players who are playing their third or fourth World Cup tournaments, as well as young talents from across the country.
Coached by Juan Carlos Osorio, they hope to finally break the curse of dropping out in the round of 16 and reach quarter-finals for the first time since 1986. Find out which players will lead the Mexican team on this journey below.
Mexico Starting Eleven World Cup 2018
Before the first match between Mexico and Germany begins, we can’t say how the team will debut in the World Cup this year. In any case, the coach can change the starting eleven, so for now it would make more sense to focus on the whole squad instead.
Many of the best players will likely face Germany and other teams though, and these include the following players:
- Guillermo Ochoa
- Jesús Corona
- Andrés Guardado
- Héctor Moreno
- Héctor Herrera
- Hirving Lozano
- Chicharito Hernández
- Raúl Jiménez
These are the players likely to form the starting eleven squad for Mexico, though Osorio has almost four times as many players to choose from.
Mexico starting eleven will likely include a combination of veteran World Cup players and new talents as Juan Carlos Osorio is trying to lead the team to quarter-finals again.