Mexico lost against Argentina in the World Cup. Probably the best-played match in Mexican World Cup history, but it wasn’t enough in a very dramatic game.
After the game, I talked with an Argentine friend about his impressions of the match. He agreed with me that the teams shouldn’t have met at that stage of the tournament, since Mexico should have won its group.
The current situation in the team is far from what was shown in that game. Hugo Sánchez is now the coach, but in the end he still doesn’t seem to have much of an idea of what he wants to do with the team. There have been some problems in the locker room and they have lost some matches that should have been won. The only reason the team plays in the final of the CONCACAF Gold Cup tonight is because all the other teams in the region are worse than us, but of course if Mexico loses agains the U.S. there will be hell to pay. I really hope he finds a way.