Analysis of the Mexican national team in FIFA 15
The Mexican team has speed ahead, but their defensive line a bit at odds with the rest of campus.
The first two items on FIFA 15 where we collect the best players in the league and how Mx are placed Mexicans abroad, now give way to what is the Mexican national team in the EA Sports video game.
El Tri has been reflected in the game level in the World Cup, with an acceptable team that could compete in tournaments within the simulator so strong; points higher weights, are definitely on the attack, but let's start reviewing line by line from the bottom, with the goal.
Except fervent fans of Jose de Jesus Corona or some other goalkeeper, Guillermo Ochoa will be the starter in almost every game they play with the Tri, because their level is much higher than 'Chuy' second best goalkeeper of Mexico (80 against 75); which means having great security Ochoa at the bow.
The Mexican problem is on defense, as a little out of tune with the general level of the other areas of the field, starting with the right side, that belongs to Paul Aguilar, with only 72 general; in the center, the weak point is Francisco Rodriguez, Cruz Azul plant 73; however, take into account that the system default is the classic 5-3-2 Miguel Herrera uses so that you can change to put a player in another area of higher quality.
The other players below are of a decent standard, and Hector Moreno (78), Rafa Marquez (76) and Miguel Layún (74); There is a peculiarity in midfield, is Juan Jose Vazquez, who has a 73 (or 74 with the updated template), with Andres Guardado (who starts with 77 and low after update to 76) and Hector Herrera (76), the same World trident; but if you search in the Mexican reserves, we find Jonathan Dos Santos with 76 overall, and a touch of the ball more accurate than 'Cock'.
Finally, on offense, the duo that comes by default is to Giovani Dos Santos (82) by Oribe Peralta (76); but if you decide to change the tactics, the recommended is undoubtedly an open 4-3-3, sacrificing the weak link in the center ('Maza') to give you entry to Javier Hernandez (81) and explosiveness as tip, Villarreal on the side, leaving 'brush' as a lever poking Carlos Vela (82) to complete the trident, being the best possible alignment of Mexico.
Then we leave you a video of gameplay of FIFA 15 with the Tricolor. Do you agree with our lineup? How do you align your team?