CONCACAF Gold Cup, Mexico 0-0 tie with Guatemala– Mexico failed to meet its expectation on the CONCACAF Gold Cup match with tie score of 0-0.
The Mexico national football team felt discouraged after ending a game with Guatemala. A result of 0-0 tie on Sunday night in the CONCACAF Gold Cup match.
Mexico is historically the most successful national team in the CONCACAF region, having won nine CONCACAF championships.
Thousands of Mexicans fans came to in the event to cheer, wearing red, white or green colors.
The fans are infamously known for the chant “¡eeeh puto!,” which is typically screamed when an opponent’s goalkeeper is about to perform a goal kick.
During the first half, Mexico coach Miguel Herrera keeps shouting instructions to his players.
At this time, Mexico had three shots on goal and none for Guatemala.
In the second half, Mexico able to managed one shot on goal.
According to Mexico coach Miguel Herrera, ”We tried. We had the ball hit the post” , ”It’s frustrating because we didn’t win. But the team got shots on goal, we had control. That’s just what happens when you are not on the side of luck.”
“In reality, the team played well,” Herrera added. ” We controlled the ball and knew what we were doing left, right and middle of the pitch. We had a lot of shots, it’s just that nothing happened. It’s a situation where we couldn’t score but I’m fine with the way we played.”
“It was a difficult game,” says Mexico forward Oriba Peralta. “We had some bad luck, but we’ll try to get better for the next game.”
The team is currently ranked 23rd in the FIFA World Rankings and 15th in the World Football Elo Ratings.