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Federation Internationale de Football Association warns Mexico over discriminatory chants at Confed Cup

21 Juin 2017

The Gold Cup holders are heavy favourites heading into their next Group A assignment at Fisht Stadium, with New Zealand nursing a 2-0 defeat to Russian Federation last Friday - a match that saw the All Whites tick past 500 minutes without a goal at the Confederations Cup.

After a back and forth 2-2 draw against Portugal, Mexico now turns its focus to their next opponent in the 2017 Confederations Cup, New Zealand.

Javier Hernandez levelled for Mexico shortly before half-time although Cedric Soares looked to have earned Portugal victory four minutes from time.

The goal was eventually ruled out, after the referee consulted with the Video Assistant Referees, who deemed Pepe to have been offside.

That appeared to be the winning goal for Portugal, but Mexico weren't done.

But the competition will be back in action tomorrow as Russia, Portugal, New Zealand and Mexico do battle in Group A.

Having opened their Confed Cup campaign with a 2-0 win over New Zealand, Russia face a step up against Euro 2016 winners Portugal and their troubled captain.

"My future is the national team", he said.

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While Mexico boast superior quality in their squad, they can not afford to be complacent against New Zealand.

After pulling out a draw against the Portuguese, Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio said, "We were at least as good as they were and they're the current European champion". "No one in this team is negative and never has been".

Against Mexico, Portugal had to wait to find out that the score would stay at 0-0 in the first half when Nani's shot was overruled for an offside call that went unflagged in an earlier phase of play. "It's going to be very hard, but we have players who are very capable and are highly motivated".

This will be their seventh Confederations Cup, a title they won as hosts in 1999, with semifinal appearances in 1995 and 2005. "We are calm and thinking about the next game".

Mexico equalized less than 10 minutes later with a close-range diving header by Chicharito after Portugal defender Raphael Guerreiro failed to clear a ball crossed into the area.

Oribe Peralta scored five goals in Mexico's two games against the All Whites in their World Cup playoff tie in 2013.

"If somebody is influenced by something else (other than football), then who knows?" he said.

Federation Internationale de Football Association warns Mexico over discriminatory chants at Confed Cup