Canada will face Mexico in an all-important Monday showdown at the 2017 CONCACAF Men's Under-20 Championship. Canada will look to build on their positive play from the first half of their Friday opener, but will need to get points after that 0:1 loss to Honduras that has Canada in third place in their four-nation group.
"Our football in the first half was some of the best that we had played in awhile," said Liam Fraser, Canadian midfielder. "I think we as a team recognise that and that we can implement that into the next match. I think staying committed to our game plan and staying committed as a group, more than anything, will be most important to our match against Mexico."