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Mexico is prepared to play Poland in a ‘one game style,’ according to Martino.


Mexico coach Gerardo Martino has stated that El Tri must get off to a good start against Poland in their opening match of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. This will be Mexico’s eighth World Cup appearance, and they have only made it to the Round of 16 in the previous seven.

The Group C match will be played at Stadium 974, and Martino is eager to get off to a fast start against a team that, according to him, has “only one game style.”

“We expect to play our three group stage matches in the same manner, and that will depend on the opponent’s game plan as well.” We have a tough group of competitors. “We’re looking forward to tomorrow’s match,” Martino told reporters yesterday.


“Tomorrow’s game will be critical for us.” Poland has only one game style, and we will prepare for that match accordingly. Poland has a variety of players. They are always on the lookout for open space. “The style we saw against Sweden could be repeated tomorrow,” the 60-year-old added.

Mexico will be hoping that Raul Jimenez, who came on as a substitute in their most recent friendly match, will be fit for the World Cup. Due to form and injury, the 31-year-old Wolverhampton Wanderers forward has only appeared three times in the English Premier League this season, but his importance to the national team is unrivaled.

Martino’s team finished second in CONCACAF behind Canada, and they will be confident of reaching the knockout stage. Guillermo Ochoa, a veteran goalkeeper, stressed that there would be no easy opponents in this tournament.

“We know what we’re up against against Poland tomorrow.” We must stop them. Tomorrow’s game is crucial; we’re only thinking about Poland right now.”
The 37-year-old Ochoa stated that the team is eager to begin the World Cup, but that not everyone has prior experience playing on this level.

“I have the honor of competing in my fifth World Cup.” I want this one to be unique – and the best of all.

“Every World Cup is significant, but Brazil 2014 was exceptional.” “I hope that everyone has another memorable World Cup experience.”

Czeslaw Michniewicz, Poland’s coach, dismissed talk that Mexico will be favorites in their opening game, while emphasizing the legitimacy of Poland’s chances of making it out of the group.

Poland will compete in their ninth World Cup, hoping to advance past the group stage for the first time since 1986.

“I don’t see any differences between us, Saudi Arabia, or Argentina,” Michniewicz said.

“We’re all in Brazil for the World Cup.” In the group, we feel just as important as our opponents. We do not assign them a special rank.”

“I believe we can break away from the group. We don’t want to be one of the first 16 teams to be eliminated. We have experienced players who have competed in numerous tournaments, and many young people are just beginning to learn the big tournaments here in Qatar. “I believe this combination is appropriate for us,” he added.

Meanwhile, Wojciech Szczesny, the goalkeeper, believes striker Robert Lewandowski will shine at this tournament. Despite failing to score in his previous two appearances, Lewandowski has stated that this could be his final appearance in the tournament.

“It’s critical for him to score,” Szczesny explained. “I think so.”

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