They’re all getting set! Mexico and Chile lock horns at the Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California on June 1 at 10pm EST, as both teams work on match fitness before their Copa America campaigns begin. But who will be the most prepared team? Click to watch the game!
Current Copa America champs Chile face off against Mexico on June 1 at the Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego in California. It will be a big test for Mexico, who are hoping that their preparations for the big tournament don’t get hampered by a morale-crushing loss. You won’t want to miss this, so click down for the live stream to watch.
The Copa America is just around the corner, with Chile aiming to keep their name on the trophy they won back in 2015 in their own country. But they won’t have it easy against Mexico, who are quietly confident going into this one after going 7 international games without defeat.
But they will have to wary of Chile’s dangermen, including Arsenal‘s star forward Alexis Sanchez. He will play his usual aggressive game, charging around the pitch trying to make something happen. He’s always worth a goal when he’s on form and is an absolute menace for defenders.
The Mexican soccer team will be surely looking to add some cheer to their country, especially after a recent scandal involving one of their soccer talents shocked the world. Alan Pulido, who was capped 6 times by Mexico, was kidnapped and later returned unharmed, so his teammates will want to restore some pride to the proud nation.
As with pre-tournament games, this game will most probably be a chance for fringe players to get their opportunity to impress. That means we could have a high-scoring game on our hands.
HollywoodLifers, who do you think will win this one? Can you see Mexico or Chile winning the Copa America? Tell us what you think the score will be below!