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Mexico proved they had what it takes to compete at the highest level by beating current world champions Germany in their opening fixture.
The South American side created numerous chances against a poor German side which eventually paid off when Hirving Lozano found the back of the net.
Mexico looked strong throughout the match and particularly dangerous on the counter attack.
South Korea lost their opening match after conceding a penalty against Sweden.
When is South Korea vs Mexico?
The match will take place on Saturday, June 23.
The game will be played at the Rostov Arena, which has a capacity of 45,000.
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Who are the key players?
Without doubt Mexico’s best player is Hirving Lozano.
He netted the only goal in Mexico’s opening fixture against Germany – he also created a number of chances throughout the game.
Son Heung-min is easily South Korea’s greatest asset on the field but the Spurs sharp shooter had a disappointing game against Sweden.
Heung-min will certainly be feeling the pressure in the run up to Saturday’s clash.
What’s the team news?
South Korea: Cho, Yong Lee, Jang, Young-Gwon Kim, Min-Woo Kim, Moon, Ju, Ki, Hwang, Jae-Sung Lee, Son.
Subs: Seung-Gyu Kim, Jeong, Oh, Yun, Park, Shin-Wook Kim, Seung-Woo Lee, Koo, Hong, Jung, Go, Jin-Hyeon Kim.
Mexico: Ochoa, Alvarez, Salcedo, Moreno, Gallardo, Layun, Herrera, Guardado, Vela, Hernandez, Lozano.
Subs: Jose de Jesus Corona, Ayala, Marquez, Gutierrez, Jonathan, Fabian, Jimenez, Giovani, Jesus Corona, Peralta, Aquino, Talavera.
What does Group F look like ahead of the match?
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