The Mexican soccer player and star of the UNAM Pumas, César ‘Chino’ Huerta, is experiencing an incredible moment in the Apertura 2023 tournament of the Liga MX and especially within the Mexican team under the command of Jaime Lozano; The last example of his good game was with the assist he provided for the 2-0 win against the Ghana team in the first duel of the double FIFA Date that takes place this October and that will serve as preparation for his path to the World Cup. of 2026 and the Copa América of 2024.
Despite this important role that he demonstrated in the match with El Tri, the Aztec player admitted that he was not as outstanding as he expected and even feels that he had a low mood; However, this does not stop him and he emphasized that he wants to achieve great things in his career.
In recent statements offered to TUDN The player highlighted that he wants to be one of the best players in Liga MX in order to awaken the interest of a team in Europe. and thus be able to become one of the Mexicans who are active in the old continent.
“Since I was a child, doors were closed to me in many places, to be mentally strong because I know that many want to be in this place. Many factors came together, personally I was on the rocks, I couldn’t find my level, the Pumas option arose and I didn’t hesitate to say yes and take advantage of it,” said César Huerta.
‘Chino’ Huerta stressed that he wants to continue accumulating minutes in all the international matches that the Mexican team plays in order to continue gaining confidence and learning from the best footballers on the planet to be able to be called up by Jaime Lozano on the way to the 2026 World Cup that It will take place in the United States, Canada and the aforementioned Mexico.
“I credit the work, it is what has allowed me to be at a high level, confidence comes together and with opportunity is when luck arises. I’m going step by step, Tuesday is the most important game, tomorrow I wake up with Tuesday’s game in mind and I can aspire to very great things,” she highlighted.
“I have had many teachers who have made me perfect my left foot and that is why I have scored very good goals, but I owe it to work.or, to repetition and that has allowed me to raise the level,” Huerta concluded in his statements.
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