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Jaime Lozano to Lead Mexico in Friendly Against Australia as El Tri Continues Striker Search



Jaime Lozano has been appointed as the leader of the Mexican national team as they prepare to face Australia in a friendly match. This encounter will serve as a quality test for Mexico, considering their participation in the upcoming 2022 World Cup in Qatar. In contrast, Australia has only played three matches since the World Cup.

El Tri‘s recent success in winning the Gold Cup has brought a positive shift in their performance. However, the team’s minimum expectation demands continuous progress. Despite improvement under Lozano, Mexico still struggles to find the back of the net. The midfield, anchored by Edson Alvarez from West Ham United, plays a vital role in initiating attacks. With Guillermo Ochoa guarding the net and Alvarez orchestrating the midfield, Mexico aims to create a challenging situation for Argentina. Raul Jimenez and Hecore Herrera are also expected to contribute, as Lozano has reintegrated them into the squad.

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Australia, on the other hand, seeks to bounce back after suffering defeats against Ecuador and Argentina in their recent matches. Although these losses came against top-ranked teams, it is worth noting that Mexico has climbed to 12th place in the FIFA Rankings, despite not advancing past the group stage in Qatar. Matthew Leckie poses a significant threat to Mexico’s defense, but Australia’s defensive line will play a crucial role in this match.


Emeka Nwachukwu

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