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How to watch Argentina vs Mexico on TV and online on November 20, 2018

November 19, 2018 By Oscar Rojas
Round two of this double header between La Albiceleste is set to take place in the Argentine city of Mendoza.

What has been Argentina and Mexico's form ahead of this game?

Argentina enters this match having won three of their five friendly games after the World Cup. La Albiceleste has beaten teams such as Guatemala (3-0) and Iraq (4-0), but they have struggled when they've faced South American teams such as Colombia (0-0) and Brazil (1-0). Lionel Scaloni's men were able to beat Mexico in their most recent friendly, a 2-0 win last Friday.

Mexico has lost four of their five friendlies after the FIFA World Cup. They only managed to win against Costa Rica back in October, with their four remaining games ending in losses against Uruguay (4-1), the USMNT (1-0), Chile (1-0) and the aforementioned clash against Argentina last Friday.

Argentina vs Mexico - Head-to-head stats

  • This will be the 30th game between the national teams of Argentina and Mexico.

  • Argentina has beaten El Tri in 13 of those games, with 12 draws and only four wins for Mexico.

  • Mexico hasn't been able to beat Argentina in over 14 years. Their most recent win against La Albiceleste came during a Copa América match in 2004, thanks to a massive free kick by Ramón Morales that gave Mexico a 1-0 win.

  • Argentina and Mexico have met in some crucial FIFA World Cup games in recent years. La Albiceleste eliminated Mexico in the 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cups, with a 2-1 score in Germany(after extra time) and a 3-1 decision in 2010, which was marked by some controversial decisions by the referee.

  • The most recent game between these teams prior to Friday's clash ended in a 2-2 draw. That game had a crucial cameo appearance by Lionel Messi, who came in from the bench to lead Argentina surge back from 2-0.

Argentina vs Mexico - Players to watch

Giovani Lo Celso - PSG's midfielder, currently on loan at Real Betis, has given testament of his skills both with the Spanish side and with La Albiceleste. His contribution to Friday's win -with some help from Leandro Paredes- is a good example of what this player can do on both ends of the pitch. If you like top-caliber football, you should keep an eye on this 22-year-old player.

 

Argentina vs Mexico on social media

Mexico's social media account revealed that three key players will return to their clubs after Friday's game. One of them is goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa, who reached 100 caps with El Tri on Friday...too bad he wasn't able to celebrate with a win.

 

 


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