Mexico in age limit tournaments: a competitive animal


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Mexico in age limit tournaments: a competitive animal

The Tricolor has seven tournaments, from 2010 to date, in which it remains in the first four places

Mexico seeks to be a powerhouse in age-limited competitions in soccer and is just steps below iconic sports teams such as Brazil, Argentina, United Kingdom or Spain.

With the recent obtaining of the bronze medal in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, the Tricolor adds seven tournaments, from 2010 to date, in which it is in the first four places, in addition to having two more contests in the same places of honor before that date.

These achievements have made it a reference worldwide, since it has a gold and a bronze in Olympic Games, the same that he obtained in the London 2012 and Tokyo 2020 editions.

In the U-20 World Cups it has a third place in Colombia 2011, as well as a second place dating back to 1977 in Tunisia.

But the most important results, in addition to those of the Olympics, are in the U-17 category, in which he adds two world championships in the jousts of Brazil 2005 and Mexico 2011. Two second places, one in the United Arab Emirates 2013 and another in Brazil 2019. In addition to a fourth place in Chile 2015.

As to U17 tournaments, they are the fourth best team in the world only behind Nigeria, Brazil and Ghana, which are the top winners of the competition. In the U-20 field they are lower in terms of total good places.

However, the good results in the last decade have them above combined such as Germany, whose best result (2nd) was in 1987, Russia (3rd) in 1995, Spain (2nd) in 2003.

In the Olympic Games they are on a par with teams such as Brazil or Argentina, which have dominated the competition since the turn of the millennium in 2000.


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