LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – When Mexico vs. Bosnia-Herzegovina 2012 take to the field tonight, the two teams will deliver an impressive showdown on U.S. soil. Mexico vs. Bosnia-Herzegovina 2012 (en vivo 9 pm EST) will be played tonight live in Solider Field. But for Team Mexico, tonight will represent an attempt to continue improvements on defense prior to upcoming Brazil and US matches the next few weeks.
Mexico vs. Bosnia-Herzegovina 2012 is the latest in a select number of International Friendly soccer matches being played this year by Mexico. The team started the year beating Venezuela, then falling to Colombia, and beating Wales.
The big Mexico futbol showdown, however, will be against Brazil next week. Brazil vs. Mexico 2012 kicks off June 3, just weeks before the team faces Team USA in August. And yet, this year is developing far better for Mexico than 2011.
Last year, international friendlies were not as impressive for team Mexico. Mexico shocked news in 2011 after it was shut out by the inconsistent Venezuelans in June, and then earned a draw against USA and Poland in recent weeks. It then surprised news with a narrow 1-0 win against the Chileans in September.
The key of the Mexican team, however, has been their ability to adapt. During the Copa Oro, Chicharito told news that adaptability is critical to winning. “Yes, and thank God for that, it was a complicated match and we had to struggle to get through, but we made it.”
Bosnia-Herzegovina, in contrast, has been inconsistent this year. The team surprised news on February 28 beating Brazil 2-1. Then the team fell to Ireland on May 26. Last year, Bosnia-Herzegovina was equally inconsistent. In the fall, the team surprised news with a draw against France but fell dramatically to Portugal 6-2. For updates on tonight’s game, click HERE.