The Argentine vs. Mexico LIVE they clash in a reserved prediction duel in Group C of the Qatar 2022 World Cup. La Albiceleste has little margin for error in the clash against the Aztecs, because in its debut it could not against Saudi Arabia and now with Messi at the head, it must leave for 3 points if it wants to qualify for the round of eighths of the 2022 World Cup. So that you are aware of all the incidents of this match, we leave you here the link, schedules, TV signal, and how to watch the match of the FIFA World Cup.
For Group C of the 2022 World Cup, Argentina and the Mexican National Team face each other in a match that could mean the elimination of the ‘Scaloneta’ at the hands of Tata Martino’s team. A draw for the Aztecs would also be a good result since in their debut they managed to equalize against Poland.
The Mexican team led by Gerardo ‘Tata’ Martino carried out a recovery session after Tuesday’s draw against Poland (0-0) that leaves Group C with Saudi Arabia as leader after its victory against Argentina against which the ‘Tri’ will face each other in the first meeting with the aroma of ‘final’ of Qatar 2022. But, for now, everything is assumptions for a match that will be played in the best possible stadium, Lusail, which will host the final on December 18 and has a capacity of 88,966 spectators that surely both fans, of the most numerous in Qatar, will fill to support their own.
Link to watch the match, Argentina vs. Mexico for the 2022 World Cup, LIVE
To watch LIVE the matches of the Argentine National Team you will have at hand the TV signal of TyC Sports, TV Pública (FREE) live, and also DIRECTV Sports LIVE. Both platforms have an app available, which we leave below so you can download it:
App de TyC Sports
Public TV App
App de DIRECTV
Day and time to watch, Mexico vs. Mexico Argentina, a match for Group C of the 2022 World Cup
The most anticipated match for Argentine and South American fans in general, between Argentina and Mexico, is scheduled by FIFA to be played this Saturday, November 26 from 2:00 p.m. (Local Territory Time).