Inter Miami midfielder Rodolfo Pizarro of the MLS has played down the importance of the finals lost to Tre in the summer and made it clear that the Mexican team will have a good eight in their fight for the first ticket to Qatar 2022.
Mexico lost the CONCACAF Nations League Final and Gold Cup to the United States, and on September 2, the World Cup qualifiers against Jamaica began.
On Thursday, Pizarro explained in a video conference in voicing Kancha’s question.
“In two games he will not be affected, the Mexican team has been doing well in recent years and now we have to focus on the most important thing, which is the qualifiers.”
The midfielder admitted that there will be plenty of competition for selection after what Tri Olímpico did in Tokyo 2020.
“I think because of the performance they’ve put in, there’s going to be a lot of competition, and I’m going to have to push a little bit, and do a better job with my team,” said Pizarro.
“It helped me a lot, going to the national team, meeting my teammates helps me a lot, emotionally and in terms of motivation it helps a lot.”
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