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Mexico’s speed can trouble Germany – Sanchez

Mexico’s speed is in a position to giving Germany issues of their World Cup opener, Oswaldo Sanchez mentioned.

News 14 Jun 2018, 04:51 IST

Mexico's speed can trouble Germany – Sanchez


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Mexico megastar Javier Hernandez

Former Mexico goalkeeper Oswaldo Sanchez believes his country’s speed can trouble Germany of their World Cup opener on Sunday.

Juan Carlos Osorio’s males had been passed a tricky attract Russia, together with taking at the protecting global champions, who received all 10 in their qualifiers.

Sanchez, who made 99 appearances for Mexico, mentioned the staff know they have got a problem on their fingers, but when they play their recreation, they might push Germany.

“There’s no question that Germany is much bigger and taller than the Mexican squad, but this is not basketball, it’s soccer, so the way to challenge them is to move quickly and play the ball really well,” Sanchez instructed Omnisport in affiliation with Powerade, the reliable sports activities drink of the World Cup and the Mexican staff.

“Focus on speed, speed is what kills [strength] and height, so Mexico will have that going for them.”

Germany are a well-oiled device that input the match in Russia as one of the crucial sizzling favourites, with Mexico to stand South Korea and Sweden after their Group F opener.

The fit towards Sweden, who might be taking part in with out Zlatan Ibrahimovic, is ready to be a problem despite the fact that they have got no longer received a gap recreation on the World Cup since 1958. That win, paradoxically, got here towards Mexico in 1958.

“They’re a very interesting team to watch,” Sanchez mentioned. “Especially their [ability], they’re incredibly disciplined, they thrive on their ability to fit all the pieces of the puzzle really, really well.”

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