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3 Highlights after Mexico's dramatic win

Three highlights after Mexico's come-from-behind win vs New Zealand

June 21, 2017 By Oscar Rojas
El Tri kept their chances of success in Russia alive by beating the All Whites, and there's much to celebrate for Osorio's crew.

Mexican fans have reason to complain about Juan Carlos Osorio's tactics, but El Tri's footballers gave them reasons to believe in their chances of success.

During their 2-1 win against New Zealand, Mexico's striker Oribe Peralta increased his goal scoring tally to 6 when facing the All Whites. Needless to say, Oceania's champions are Peralta's favorite client when he wears Mexico's jersey. Furthermore, Mexico has won 11 consecutive games whenever "El Cepillo scores.

Usually, Mexico struggles to come from behind in FIFA-sanctioned tournaments. Today's game ended a six-match hoodoo for Mexico, as Osorio's men were able to come from behind and win a game in which they trailed at halftime.

Last, but not least, Mexico became the team with the second highest amount of wins in the FIFA Confederations Cup. El Tri surpassed France's nine wins in the competition. Only Brazil, with 23 victories in this competition, has more than CONCACAF's rulers.

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