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Maradona has raised eyebrows with his decision to coach the struggling team from Culiacan, Sinaloa, in the heart of Mexican drug cartel country.
Diego Maradona admitted that he had issues with drug and alcohol abuse and said he was ready to work on his recovery.
Marcelo, who left early in the group stage finale against Serbia because of back spasms, is still uncertain for the match against Mexico. Filipe Luis replaced him against Serbia.
Hundreds of Mexican fans mobbed the South Korean embassy to chant "We are all Koreans!" as one lifted the consul general Han Byoung-jin onto his shoulders.
If Mexico beats Sweden on Wednesday it would win its group with a perfect record, something it has never achieved in its long World Cup history.
Hernandez's goal in the 2-1 victory over South Korea on Saturday made him the first Mexican player to score 50 goals for his country.
These Mexican fans take the replica of their friend Javier Amador wherever they go, to bars, to restaurants, even to the toilet.
Mexico lead Group F on six points after two games, having backed up their shock victory against Germany with another display to suggest they can go deep in this tournament.
Neuer, who joined Bayern from Schalke in 2011, is credited with redefining the role of goalkeeper, playing as a "sweeper-keeper" and operating partly as an outfield player to launch attacks.
The Germans are bidding to become the first team to retain the World Cup title since Brazil in 1962.
On the other hand, Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio named an attacking trio of the highly-rated Hirving Lozano, Javier Hernandez and Carlos Vela.
In 2016, he predicted Donald Trump would lose the US Republican primary election.
According to reports, members of Mexico's national football squad held a farewell party with around 30 prostitutes before the team travelled to Europe ahead of the World Cup.
Mexico veteran Rafael Marquez is set to join an elite club of footballers when he plays in his fifth FIFA World Cup.
Osorio, who previously coached Brazilian club Sao Paulo, has been criticized as unorthodox to the point of stubbornness.