Mexico could return to the Copa América.
Etzel Espinosa / Imago7
The "Tata" Martino mentioned a few days ago that Mexico would need to compete against teams of a higher level than those of the Concacaf to progress and it seems that their prayers were heard because it is rumored that the Tri could return to contend for the Copa América.
As mentioned by Juan Carlos Ibarrarán, a W Sports journalist, a nearby source assured him that Conmebol is willing to make an effort so that the Mexican National Team can participate in the Copa América Argentina-Colombia 2020. Thus they would be taking advantage of the fact that the “Tata” team has no official commitments in Concacaf to give rise to the return of the Tri to the South American fair.
Remember that the Mexican National Team was a recurring guest in the Copa América, even playing a final in 2001, which he lost to Colombia in the middle of a great controversy. The last participation of the Aztecs in this tournament was in 2016, in the Copa América Centenario, where Mexicans took the famous 7-0 win by Chile. In Brazil 2019 the team was not invited.
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