Mexico vs.  United States: probable lineups, schedules and where to watch the Nations League final – La Opinion

Mexico vs. United States: probable lineups, schedules and where to watch the Nations League final – La Opinion

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Mexico and the United States will star in a new final. Jaime Lozano’s team will fight for Concacaf Nations League this Sunday, March 24 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, United States.

The Mexican team comes from beating Panama 3-0. El Tri did not have an easy opponent in the semifinals, but they made it through with authority. With the victory against Los Canaleros, Jaime Lozano’s team cleared up some doubts I had after the series against Honduras.

For its part, The United States suffered more than necessary to overcome Jamaica. With goals at the ends of the game, Greg Leigh at minute 1 and an own goal by Cory Burke at 90+6, the USMNT forced the extension. In extra time the American team imposed its hierarchy and He scored 2 goals that gave him the victory (double by Haji Wright).

In this sense, both teams will play a new final. El Tri has not managed to beat the United States since an international friendly in 2019. On that date, the Mexican team beat the USMNT 0-3. Since then, The American team has won 4 of its last 6 games with the Aztec team.

Revenge in the Nations League

In the last two editions of the Concacaf Nations League, The United States has been the executioner of the Mexican team. In the first edition, El Tri was one step away from obtaining the Cup. The United States defeated the Aztec team in the final 3-2. In the 90s both teams were tied at 2 goals, but Christian Pulisic’s penalty defined the actions.

In 2023 they met again in this competition. As part of the semi-finals, Mexico was humiliated by the United States after suffering a 3-0 defeat. A double from Christian Pulisic and a goal from Ricardo Pepi once again left Mexico without the cup.

Mexico vs. United States: place, times and where to see

The Aztec team will seek its “revenge” against the United States this Sunday March 24. The AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, will be the setting where the actions will take place.

United States Time: 9:15 p.m. ET.

United States Transmission: TUDN, Univision and Fubo, via streaming.

Mexico’s probable lineup

G. Ochoa; J. Araujo, C. Montes, J. Vasquez, J. Gallardo; E. Sánchez, E. Álvarez, L. Chávez; C. Antuna, H. Martín and J. Quiñones.

United States probable lineup

M. Turner; J. Scally, M. Robinson, C. Richards, A. Robinson; M. Tillman, Y. Musah, W. McKennie; T. Weah, F. Balogun and C. Pulsic.

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· Between Mexico and the United States: Brian Gutiérrez has not yet decided which team to represent
· José Ramón Fernández calls Edson Álvarez mediocre

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