El Tri will face it’s toughest opponent so far in the Copa America Saturday when it faces Chile, currently the defending tournament champion and the No. 5 team in the FIFA rankings.
Mexico should have plenty of confidence ahead of the match at Levi’s Stadium after finishing first in Group C, with two wins and one tie. Chile finished second in Group D.
Mexico should draw plenty of support from what is sure to be a decidedly pro Mexico crowd.
Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez is just one goal from tying Jared Borgetti for the all-time goal record for Mexico.
The winner Saturday will play Colombia, which beat Peru Friday on penalty kicks.