The difference between the costs of the workforce in Mexico and Costa Rica is abysmal, since according to Transfermarkt, the value of Jesús “Tecatito” exceeds the Costa Rican workforce.
The Mexican National Team will face Costa Rica in their next match in the World Cup qualifying rounds, which has a squad whose total value is less than what Jesús “Tecatito” Corona, current member of Porto, costs.
In accordance with Transfermarkt, The Costa Rican team has a cost of 34.48 million dollars and the presence of goalkeeper Keylor Navas stands out on its roster, with a value of 14.25 million dollars.
The player who follows Navas in that sense is Ronald Matarrita, an element who plays with the Cincinnati FC of the MLS that has a cost of 2.97 million dollars, and in the third place is the player of Rayados, Joel Campbel, who costs 2.38.
Compared to El Tri, the difference is abysmal, since, according to the aforementioned site, the entire campus does not even reach the value of Jesús “Tecatito” Corona, who has a value of 35.64 million.
The Mexican National Team has a cost of 177.94 million dollars, for which its value is five times greater than that of Costa Rica, which they will face this weekend in search of another triumph within the Concacaf Octagonal towards the World Cup Qatar 2022.
For this commitment, the Ticos will have five elements that play in European football, the same number that El Tri currently has in the tie.
Among the elements that will face Tri is Keylor Navas, current Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper who has World Cup experience, since he was in Brazil 2014 and Russia 2018.
Navas has in his track record a La Liga title, three in the Champions League and a Spanish Super Cup, all won with Real Madrid, and will be the maximum reference for his team, which he will seek to help achieve victory against Mexico.
The other elements that play in European football and were called up for the qualifier are Óscar Duarte, from Levante who has played 59 games with the representative Tico, Bryan Oviedo, from Copenhagen FC who has 62 games with his team, Celso Borges (Deportivo La Coruña) and Manfred Ugalde (Twente)
For Mexico, The list of elements that play in Europe is headed by the experienced Andrés Guarded, from Betis from Spain who has experience in World Cups and other international tournaments, and Edson Álvarez, from Ajax from Holland, who is a relevant piece within the Tricolor.
Of course, Jesús Corona stands out, who has already been champion with Porto and stands out for his ability and offensive contribution, in addition to Néstor Araujo, from Celta de Vigo, and Johan Vásquez, who recently joined Genoa from Italy.
For the Costa Rican team there will also be elements that play in the MLS such as Francisco Calvo (Chicago Fire), Ronald Matarrita (Cincinatti FC), Randall Leal (Nashville SC) and Ariel Lassiter (Houston Dynamo).
Rayados’ forward, Joel Campbell, is another of those summoned by Costa Rica to face this FIFA date and there are also Jonathan Moya, who currently plays for Angyang of South Korea and Jurguens Montenegro, of Bolívar.
El Tri has two more elements that are abroad: Jonathan Dos Santos, from the Los Angeles Galaxy, who was at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, and Rodolfo Pizarro, from Inter Miami.
Thus, El Tri will face a modest Costa Rican team, which will fight to defeat El Tri, which will have the absence on the bench of coach Gerardo Martino, who underwent an operation.