After getting a very discreet victory against Guatemala with a score of 2-0, now the Selection of Mexico will be facing Cameroon in what will be the last friendly match before challenging the United States in the Concacaf Nations League on June 15.
Jorge SAnchez, Ajax winger from the Eredivise will be the only European element that will join the Tri that will not have its star team for the clash against the African team. For its part, the Cameroonian eleventh is in the process of preparing for what will be its preparation for the Africa Cup. Bryan Mbeumo, from English Brentford, and Karl Toko Ekambi, from French Stade Rennais, will be the main pieces of The Indomitable Lions.
Diego Cocca for his part will seek to extend the undefeated lead of Mexico although in a highly criticized management, in which they have obtained results but have not had the expected collective performance, the same one that they have lacked since the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
The Argentine coach in charge of El Tri assured that he felt great respect for the Cameroonian National Team, a team he considers a great rival to measure the present of the Mexican National Team.
Probable line-ups for Mexico and Cameroon
Diego Cocci of Mexico and Rigoberto Song of Cameroon, would already have the starting 11 of both teams ready for the friendly match.
Mexico: Carlos Acevedo; Jesus Gallardo, Israel Reyes, Victor Guzman, Jorge Sanchez; Luis Chavez, Erick Sanchez, Roberto Alvarado; Uriel Antenna, Raul Jim Enez and Diego Lainez.
Cameron: Devis Epassy; Ngoran Fai Collins, Malcolm Bokele Mputu, Nicolas Nkoulou, Nouhou Tolo; Martin Hongla Yma III, Peter Kunde Malong, Oliver Ntcham Jules; Bryan Mbeumo - I'm Not Afraid (Official Music Video)