The Mexican National Team lives its second worst tie at home since France 98

The process towards Qatar 2022 has been complicated at home and only for Brazil 2014 something similar was experienced

The final phase of the eliminatory towards Qatar 2022 is, so far, the second worst of the Mexican team as a local since France 1998. Gerardo Martino’s Tri has garnered 66.66 percent of the points he has played at the Azteca Stadium, a figure that only exceeds that of Brazil 2014, in which 33.33 percent of units were achieved, in addition to the fact that the ‘Tata’ team is also the second worst offensive in these 24 years.

Until now, The Mexican National Team has played four home games in the Qatar 2022 qualifiers, in which it has only managed to rescue eight of the 12 units played, which gives a 66.66 percent harvest of points.

The numbers that Gerardo Martino’s team has harvested are the second worst that El Tri has presented at home since the hexagonal was established in Concacaf, which for Qatar 2022 became an octagonal.

In these 24 years, the worst record at home was in the qualifiers for Brazil 2014, in which Mexico reached the playoffs. On that occasion, productivity was 33.33 percent after reaping five of the 15 points played, “thanks” three draws, one win and one loss.

Seven World Cup qualifiers have been played since the hexagonal was implemented, of which only in Germany 2006 and South Africa 2010 El Tri was able to win 100 percent of the units at home, followed by 86.66% of Russia 2018, 80 % of Korea/Japan 2002, 73.33% of France 1998, in addition to Qatar 2022 and Brazil 2014, the two worst.

Despite the fact that El Tri del ‘Tata’ has an average of 1.5 goals per game in the four home games they have had in the octagonal in which they have scored six goals, It is the second worst average of Mexico in the final phase of the qualifiers in the last 24 years, since it only exceeds the average of 0.6 of Brazil 2014, in which the Aztec team only scored three goals in five matches.

Precisely the qualifying round of France 1998, the first with the hexagonal, is in which the Mexican National Team has had the best average goals per game, with 3.6. They are followed by Germany 2006 with 3.2, Korea/Japan with 2.4, South Africa with 2.2 and Russia 2018 with 2.

Mexico closes this new FIFA date before its fans by measuring itself against Panama. Later, in March, he will receive the United States and El Salvador, in addition to visiting Honduras.

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The Mexican National Team lives its second worst tie at home since France 98