USMNT seeking first win in Mexico in World Cup qualifier
The World Cup qualifiers in CONCACAF will resume next week and the United States will have a tough visit to the Azteca stadium to face Mexico.
We are days away from witnessing a new chapter of the biggest rivalry in CONCACAF between Mexico and the United States. Both sides will face each other on March 24 when the World Cup qualifiers resume in CONCACAF, and they are both on the verge of securing a ticket to Qatar in November.
The USMNT has dominated ‘El Tri’ in the past two years and they want to keep that winning mentality when they travel to the Azteca stadium next week. The team managed by Gregg Berhalter has defeated Mexico in their last three meetings, but all of those games have been played in the United States.
The USMNT wants to make history
This will be the first time that the USMNT’s ‘golden generation’ travels to Mexico and plays in the Azteca stadium. In the history of the World Cup qualifiers in CONCACAF the United States have never defeated ‘El Tri’ on Mexican soil, but they are capable of walking out with the three points that would be crucial for them.
In the preview, the United States have shown they can outclass Mexico because of what happened in their last three meetings. Everything started in 2021, when the USMNT defeated Mexico in the Nations League and the Gold Cup finals. This was a game changer for the United States, because when they met in November for the qualifiers they won again.