Raúl Jiménez repeats in the call of El Tri for the tie heading to Qatar 2022

El Tri will host Canada next Thursday, October 7 at the Azteca stadium, which will already have a fans, possibly with a 75 percent buy-in

MEXICO — Gerardo Martino, coach of the Mexican team, presented the call with which El Tri will face the three matches of the October FIFA date. However, there are cases of footballers who are in doubt, especially those who are active in Europe, given the restrictions that their respective teams can put due to the pandemic due to Covid-19.

Among the names that stand out is that of Raúl Jiménez, although ‘Tata’ himself has not been able to ensure his appearance, but there are also elements such as Hirving Lozano and Johan Vásquez, who did not attend the last call.

The Mexican team will face its match of the fourth day of the octagonal final of the Concacaf next Thursday, October 7 against Canada at 8:40 p.m. at the Azteca Stadium, a building that is expected to have a capacity of 75 percent, which will mark the return of the fans to Coloso de Santa Úrsula for a match of the Tri.

Those led by ‘Tata’ Martino will remain in Mexico City to face Honduras on Sunday, October 10 at 6:00 p.m.

The series of matches for the October FIFA date will close on Wednesday the 13th at 9:05 p.m. with a visit to The Savior at the Cuscatlán Stadium.

Mexico will return to the activity of the final octagonal of the Concacaf as a leader with seven units, after it beat Jamaica and Costa Rica, while it divided units in its visit to Panama.

Of the three rivals that El Tri has on the October FIFA date, Canada it is the best positioned in the table. Those with the maple leaf have five points, which they added after drawing against Honduras and the United States, in addition to the victory against El Salvador.

Honduras and The Savior They have two units, one of them was added for equalizing in the duel between both squads. In addition, the catrachos tied with Canada and fell to the United States. The select divided points with the stars and stripes, while losing to those of the maple leaf.