The CONCACAF match kicks off on Thursday, and the always-controversial Mexican journalist David Fittelson has given his prediction as to which teams will qualify directly for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, leaving Honduras off the field.
An ESPN commentator says the favorite to win the Concacaf Octagonal Final is Mexico, over the United States, which will take second place and Costa Rica will take third.
Faitelson does not see potential for either Honduras or Canada, stating that these two teams will fight for the World Cup play-off.
The road started from CONCACAF to Qatar 2022. Costa Rica, the United States and Mexico, in the order you prefer, are favorites to win direct tickets to the World Cup. Half the ticket should be disputed between Honduras and Canada,” was the message Faitelson sent on his Twitter account that he endorsed on ESPN’s “Now or Never.”
The caller also criticized Mexico coach Gerardo Martino. “I see, oddly enough, that he is pressured and even overwhelmed by a man from the ‘Tata’ Martino experience. Don’t worry, it’s CONCACAF, Jamaica, Costa Rica and Panama. It’s okay, Tata.”
In addition, he left a small note for the Mexican team. “‘The CONCACAF Giant,’ ‘The Competitor to Be Conquered’, ‘The Supreme God of the Football Zone.’ What is the use of Mexican football if it always stays in the same place when the World Cup arrives?”
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