Will Mexico Player Jesus Corona make it to the Qatar World Cup?

Although the 2022 FIFA World Cup is only three months away. The Mexican national team has already suffered a setback. As Mexico Player Jesus Corona broke his left fibula and ruptured ankle ligaments during training.

Mexico National team is among the top teams in the FIFA World Cup rankings. Mexico is set to play in group C along with Argentina, Saudi Arabia and Poland in 2022 Qatar World Cup.

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What happened to Mexico Player Jesus Corona?

Mexico Player Jesus “Tecatito” Corona suffered a major injury while training with Sevilla and would most likely miss the World Cup in 2022. He will be out for four to five months after breaking his left fibula and rupturing ankle ligaments.

The 29-year-old has scored 10 goals and assisted 10 more in 71 national team appearances. His work and talent in the box is difficult to replace. Leaving Tata Martino, Mexico team’s manager with tension in less than 100 days till the tournament begins.

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Concerns rising for the Mexico National Team

Mexico is already in a difficult group with Poland, Saudi Arabia and Argentina. The things just got a lot rougher. El Tri is built on defense, allowing only eight goals in World Cup qualifying, which was second best in Concacaf behind Canada.

If the Mexico Player Jesus Corona might be unable to play. The tension will only increase if he becomes unavailable during the Qatar World Cup 2022. This incident puts a lot of pressure on the team. As Martino is already on thin ice for inconsistent performances. 

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Will the team has a chance to win if Mexico Player Jesus Corona won’t play?

Mexico will be able to test their attack against top opponents in upcoming friendlies against Paraguay, Peru, Colombia, Iraq, and Sweden before the FIFA World Cup 2022. 

However, if there is no success for team ahead of Qatar. El Tri may enter with more questions than answers, making it unlikely that they will progress out of Group C.