La Albiceleste will face Tricolor from the Lusail stadium, in front of more than 80,000 people who will meet at the building that will also host the final of the World Cup
Oscar Ruggeri appeared on 'Fútbol Picante' and spoke about the Argentina vs. Mexico match in Qatar 2022 (Photo: ESPN)
ESPN is already in Arab lands to cover the Qatar 2022 World Cup , for the broadcast in Mexico the most powerful table in Mexican soccer wrapped its coverage with the best of its staff of analysts and hosts, including José Ramón Fernández, David Faitelson, Jorge Pietrasanta, and Hugo Sanchez.
The pentapichichiHe is cataloged by many as the best Mexican player in the history of national football, this due to his time at Real Madrid, Atlético de Madrid, Pumas and Club América, in the latter team of the Liga MX , the former striker shared the field with the 1990 World runner-up, Oscar Ruggeri.
Currently both iconic soccer players share the same job, being analysts in ESPN, although one for Mexico and the other for Argentina. That is why now that both television teams from the same company are in Qatar to cover the World Cup, they are hand in hand on Qatari soil.
The "Bighead" Ruggeri did not want to go into details about the match against Mexico (ESPN)
In the most recent broadcast of Fútbol Picante, the former River Plate player joined the broadcast from Mexico to greet José Ramón Fernández and his former teammate from the Águilas of America, whom he reminded of the concentrations of those from Coapa: “He was my roommate,” he assured.
As expected, the Mexican soccer debate table became quite comical and in good spirits for a few seconds, however, Joserra did not miss the opportunity to question the famous Argentine ex-soccer player about the match between the < i>Albiceleste and the Tricolor on November 26 from the Lusail stadium,
Ruggeri was very direct and assured that “we must win the first game”, leaving his prognosis on the match between the two nations up in the air, but making it clear that for both representatives it would have to be important to win the first duel, Mexico against Poland and Argentina against Saudi Arabia.
Argentina with Messi faced Mexico in the round of 16 of South Africa 2010. Photo: AP.
History between both National Teams in official competitions
Argentina and Mexico meet they have met each other 35 times, with the Albiceleste as the clear dominator, as they have won 18 times, 13 draws and four wins for the tricolor team.
World Cup: 3 games , 0 wins for Mexico, 0 draws and 3 wins for Argentina.
Confederations Cup: 1 game, 0 wins for Mexico, 0 draws and 1 win for Argentina.
Friendlies: 23 games, 3 wins for Mexico, 10 draws and 10 wins for Argentina.< /p>
Copa América: 5 games, 1 win for Mexico, 2 draws and 2 wins for Argentina.
Pan American Games: 3 games, 0 wins from Mexico, 1 draw and 2 victories from Argentina.
The last duel was a friendly between the two squads, on September 10, 2019 at the Mario Kempes Stadium in Córdoba, with a 4-0 victory for Lionel Scaloni's team with three goals from Lautaro Martínez and one more from Leandro Paredes. As for the last official confrontation, it was the 3-1 victory of Argentina, led by Diego Armando Maradona, in the round of 16 of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
The FIFA revealed in May of this year that the five most requested matches had been: Argentina-Mexico, Argentina- Saudi Arabia, England-United States and Poland-Argentina. Therefore, it is expected that not a soul will be able to enter the duel between the Albiceleste against the Tri.
Argentina against Mexico presented its sold-out tickets since last August 16, when the first sale phase of the organization. This was confirmed by the CEO of the World Cup in Qatar, Nasser Al-Kather. A spectacular crowd is expected on November 26, when the Lusail Stadium shines for the first time at its maximum capacity of at least 80 thousand people.