El Tri are heading to Russia hoping to do what no Mexico side has done before: reach that elusive fifth match at a World Cup outside of home soil.
Mexico will be a team to watch in Russia for the FIFA World Cup and now you can play with their squad in EA SPORTS™ FIFA 18 in the brand new 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ update, available as a free content download to all FIFA 18 players on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC on May 29.
Manager Juan Carlos Osorio leads a Mexican side that has never advanced past the round of 16 at a World Cup hosted outside Mexico. Will this year be different? Mexico placed first in CONCACAF qualifying after a strong campaign, giving them the momentum and belief that they can do just about anything. Carlos Vela, Andrés Guardado, and Hirving Lozano highlight a talented Mexico squad hoping to make history in Russia.
Carlos Vela, LAFC
Andrés Guardado, Real Betis
Hirving Lozano, PSV Eindhoven
Javier Hernández, West Ham United
Jesús Corona, FC Porto
Héctor Moreno, Real Sociedad
Héctor Herrera, FC Porto
Jonathan dos Santos, LA Galaxy
Guillermo, Ochoa, Standard Liege
Raúl Jiménez, Benfica
Giovani dos Santos, LA Galaxy
Miguel Layún, Sevilla
Marco Fabián, Eintracht Frankfurt
Rodolfo Pizarro, Chivas Guadalajara
Carlos Salcedo, Eintracht Frankfurt
Diego Reyes, FC Porto
José de Jesús Corona, Cruz Azul
Alfredo Talavera, Toluca
Elías Hernández, Club Leon
Néstor Araujo, Santos Laguna
Hugo Ayala, Tigres UANL
Oribe Peralta, Club America
Javier Aquino, Tigres UANL
Paul Aguilar, Club America
Erick Gutiérrez, Pachuca
José Juan Vázquez, Santos Laguna
Orbelín Pineda, Chivas Guadalajara
Jesús Dueñas, Tigres UANL
César Montes, Monterrey
Jürgen Damm, Tigres UANL
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