Javier Hernandez claims Mexico should be able to dream of winning the World Cup as they prepare to face Sweden in Ekaterinburg on Wednesday.
El Tri stunned holders Germany and then overcame South Korea to take control of Group F, although Die Mannschaft’s late victory over Sweden means Juan Carlos Osorio’s side are not yet guaranteed a place in the round of 16.
Addressing the media ahead of the final group-stage match, West Ham forward Hernandez welcomed the mounting expectations that have accompanied the team’s performances in Russia.
“The best things about dreams is to share them with dreamers who are people like you,” he said.
“We are brave enough to focus on those dreams and try to make them true.
“This is the group of death. People can say whatever they want but it’s a magnificent opportunity to demonstrate that we can do this.
“We’re going to enjoy the match tomorrow as we’ve enjoyed our prior matches.
“We are doing everything possible so that we can deserve to… win a World Cup. That’s what we’re pursuing. To really imagine the impossible and achieve the impossible.”
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