"I’d like to thank the fans that supported us and encouraged us for the duration of the match. They need to maintain that confidence in us, because we’ve now got over our first hurdle, and it’s just the start. We plan to fight tooth and nail against Brazil in order to win the match."
Mexican National Team soccer coach Miguel Herrera sees Saturday's friendly against Ecuador as a chance to establish his starting line-up ahead of the FIFA World Cup which is scheduled to begin in less than two weeks. The two sides go head to head at the AT&T Stadium in Texas, with both teams looking to build some momentum heading into their opening tournament fixtures in Brazil.
Let’s be honest here, even the most callous and serious Mexico fans were happy at the end of this match. When it comes to El Tri, I can be very pessimistic like most other callous fans, but I feel that this can be justified after the horrific 2013 that we just endured. Yet, after the ninety minutes were up, I was content, elated even. There’s a skeptical/analytical side of me which wanted to “read between the sidelines,” but the oblivious, simple, and Id-like version of me didn’t care. All I saw was “4-0” and guys with green jerseys hugging each other on my television screen.
As we prepare our gallery section. We hope to have many more Galleries to share with all of our members. Our goal to is to create a gallery page each time our members go out and watch Mexico play. We will have a method in which you will be able to upload images of your wonderful experiences watch El Tri play or enjoying an Aztec Warrior sponsored event.