Diego Cocca earns debut win as Mexico triumphs over Suriname

Mexico wins 2-0 against Suriname in CONCACAF Nations League group stage as Diego Cocca debuts as El Tri manager. With an average age of 24, the alternate squad struggled in the first half but found their rhythm in the second with goals from Johan Vasquez and an own-goal from Damil Dankerlui. With this win, Mexico secures qualification for the 2023 Gold Cup and only needs to draw against Jamaica on Sunday to top Group A and advance to the semifinals. Based on the game, there are still areas that need improvement, including the front line’s scoring struggles and the defense’s inconsistency against Suriname’s direct runs. Despite this, Carlos Acevedo’s outstanding performance in goal provides a strong case for his inclusion as a starter in future games. Will Diego Cocca reward the 26-year-old against Jamaica or put 37-year-old Guillermo Ochoa back in net? Follow El Tri’s progress and tune into the next game at Estadio Azteca to find out!

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