Mexico coach Leo Cuellar says his team’s first game will be key to World Cup success. Mexico has been drawn into a tough group with France, England and Colombia. Mexico opens the tournament against Colombia in a game where the winner has a shot of advancing as one of the third place teams. A draw would likely cripple both teams, who seem unlikely to beat France or England.
Cuellar spoke in Spanish to Telemundo about Saturday’s World Cup Draw:
Here’s Telemundo’s feature on El Tri:
[EDITOR’S NOTE: Telemundo, a division of NBCUniversal Hispanic Enterprises and Content, is the official Spanish-language broadcast rights holder of the 2015 World Cup. All matches will also be streamed online in Spanish. Saturday’s World Cup Draw was streamed live online. The videos above are in Spanish. Find more Spanish-language coverage of the World Cup here.]
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