The victory of USA on Mexico continues to rumble three days after completion, and for Jonathan Bornstein, former player of Tigers Y Queretaro, to be champions in the world 2026 is a real possibility.
“I think that in 2022 it will be a little more difficult to fight for the title because the group of players will still be young, at the moment the average age of the players is approximately between 23 or 24 years old. If we advance the time four years, most of them of this group will be 26 or 27 years old and will have all that experience that they are taking playing with the national team and with their clubs in Europe. Hopefully the fact of playing with our fans and in our country will also help to give us an advantage and hopefully for the first time we can see a team fight to win a world, That is the last goal of this process and I see that it is a very real possibility that we can be champions in 2026, we have everything to be world champions in 2026 “, he mentioned to ESPN.
Similarly, the 36-year-old Mexican-American recalled that despite having a ‘European’ team, they had not won something together, as they did on Sunday against him. Tri.
“We have a lot of talent and I think it is good that they are playing in the Champions League always, they are playing in the best leagues of Europe: on Italy, on England, on Germany, on Spain; and that helps a lot to increase the level of the player who is in the national team. It is always good to have that type of footballers, but now we want to see a good response collectively, they can win tournaments and win leagues elsewhere, but when they are together they had not won anything until before the duel with Mexico. I think we have a good future as long as we can maintain that good team organization and grow together as a national team, it’s never easy because they don’t see much of each other, they don’t train for a long time together, but hopefully in that little time they can grow and build a very good team for the future, “he added.
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