Mexico and the Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has said that the national team has a lot of work to do in the World Cup qualifier match against El Salvador. The national team began their World Cup qualifying campaign with a 3-1 win over Guyana. Yet, Hernandez reckons that the work is not over yet and they need to continue the good work with victory against El Salvador.
Mexico took a 3-0 lead just after the second half began in the match against Guyana. However, Hernandez is of the opinion that Mexico should have won by a much bigger margin than the 3-1 result because they were far superior.
He told Man Utd news that there is still room for improvement within the team in the way they play. Hence, he has warned El Salvador that they can expect much better from Mexico in the upcoming World Cup qualifier. Mexico are one of the favourites to get into the 2014 FIFA World Cup due to the strength of their squad in this region. In fact, due to the quality of their young talent that includes the likes of Hernandez, they are one of the favourites to achieve something big at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, though Lionel Messi might have something to say about that!
“The El Salvador match will be difficult, but we still have to think of the Guyana match because there are things to improve. We should have won by a wider margin. Even winning, drawing or losing, there are always things to improve,” said Hernandez ahead of the El Salvador match. El Salvador, though, can come into the match with confidence high due to the fact that we have won the 2010 World Cup qualifier match between the two sides 2-1. The Mexican coach, though, has said that the current side should not pay too much attention to this match.