It is a football betting game to take part in unusual instances for the Mexican team: qualify for the second phase of the Olympic Games. And is that the story is straightforward, because the Greens have been anchored, most of the time, in the first phase and are accustomed to witness, not actors, parties with greater significance.
Only Mexico 1968, Munich 1972 and Atlanta 1996 have seen the tricolor past the first round of the Olympic tournament, the competition being held at home when it was the highest placed in fourth place, to hang a sigh of medal.
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That’s why this betting game against Switzerland generates expectation, whether the conditions exist for the Mexican go ahead: a tie ensures participation in the quarterfinals and only a big defeat for more than three goals before the Swiss Gabon combined with a win by the same amount of many will vanish this possibility. Scenarios that look very far.
However, the rival in turn represent a real danger as they need, or yes, a win to stay alive in the competition. So come out with a knife between his teeth, trying to capture in the field of play your best football, with the firm intention to tarnish the Mexican team.
To achieve this goal, the Swiss will be recharged on the experience of reinforcements over 23 years, Diego Benaglio, Xavier Hochstrasser and Tim Klose, goalkeeper, defense and a half, respectively, as well wager by the irreverence of Fabian Frei and Kasami, their young offensive talent.
For his part, Luis Fernando Tena team suffer declining Hector Herrera, shaken by a strong blow to the ankle in the match against Gabon, so Jorge “Chaton” Enriquez is emerging as a starter, and live with the doubt whether it is time for Giovani dos Santos started the match after his decisive action in the last game.
Similarly, there is uncertainty about the fitness of Javier Aquino who has trouble and still not sure whether you can count on him to the Swiss.