Stephen Hart already had eyes on Trinidad and Tobago’s final group game against Mexico, immediately after banking two convincing wins.
Trinidad and Tobago coach Stephen Hart was currently hunting forward to a Group C deciding clash against Mexico, just after their 2-0 win over Cuba.
Hart’s males remained ideal in the CONCACAF Gold Cup on Sunday, continuing the Cubans’ poor plight in United states of america with two first-half objectives sending the Trinidadians top rated on the group.
Trinidad and Tobago only need to draw their clash against Miguel Herrera’s guys in Charlotte to finish first following Mexico were held by Guatemala.
“It’s an incredibly robust group in attack, I like how he [Herrera] plays, but we has to be pretty focused to aspire to very first place in the group,” Hart said.
“We are prepared to play Mexico, they are one of the elite teams from CONCACAF, it will likely be a game in which we has to be pretty good since it is very significant what we want.”
Hart said Trinidad and Tobago will have to boost against the likes of 40th-ranked Mexico, if they want to enhance their fortunes at FIFA’s showpiece – with just 1 World Cup look in 2006 to their name, and they failed to register a goal.
“If you desire in the future to qualify to get a Globe Cup we should play and resolve games against Mexico, so we have to play the game before we consider we’ve lost,” he mentioned.