Mexico National Team 2018 FIFA World Cup

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Mexico National Team 2018 FIFA World Cup

Mexican National Football Team represents Mexico in the international football competitions and is handled by Mexican Football Federation. Mexico is the most successful country among the CONCACAF nations that include North and Central America, and the Caribbean. It has played the 16 editions of the FIFA world cup and has qualified in every since 1994. It has also passed the group stage consecutively in last six FIFA world cup along with Germany and Brazil.

Mexico’s best ever achievement in the World cup is reaching the quarterfinals in 1970 and 1786 World Cup. It also regularly takes part in Copa America since 1993 and has finished as a runner-up in two editions. Mexico currently ranks 14 in the FIFA World rankings and the best ever ranking is 4th on two occasions. The lowest ranking is 40th in 2015.
Claudio Suárez is the most capped player in the history with 177 appearances followed by Pável Pardo and Gerardo Torrado. Javier Hernández is the highest scorer of the team having scored 49 goals so far. The head coach of the team is Juan Carlos Osorio and Andrés Guardado is the current captain.

Mexico qualified for the FIFA World Cup 2018 being the winner of the CONCACAF confederations qualification.

List of players with most possible chance to be included in the final squad of the FIFA World Cup 2018.

Goalkeepers

José de Jesú

Corona Guillermo

Ochoa Moisés

Muñoz Alfredo

Talavera Jonathan

Orozco

Defenders

Néstor

Araujo Carlos

Salcedo Hugo

Ayala Diego

Reyes Miguel

Layún Jesús

Gallardo Oswaldo

Alanís Héctor

Moreno Jorge

Torres

Nilo Rafael

MárquezLuis

ReyesEdson Álvarez

Midfielders

Jonathan dos Santos

Elías

Hernández Giovani

dos Santos Héctor

Herrera Andrés

Guardado Javier

Aquino Marco

Fabián Jesús

Dueñas Jesús

Molina

Forward

Raúl Jiménez

Carlos VelaJesús

Manuel Corona Oribe

Peralta Javier

Hernández

 Hirving Lozano

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