La Adictiva dedicates a sore song to the failure of the Mexican National Team in Qatar 2022

Mexico.-At the request of her followers, La Aditiva dedicated a sore song to the failure of the Mexican National Team in Qatar 2022.

In this song, La Adictiva described the reasons why the Mexican team would have been left out of the World Cup in their third game.

Despite the sadness that the song by La Adictiva caused soccer lovers, it was well received by its almost 2 million followers on Instagram, perhaps because it reflects the general feeling of Mexicans.

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THE ADDICTIVE DEDICATES A SONG TO THE MEXICAN SELECTION (THE ADDICTIVE INSTAGRAM @ADICTIVAOFICIAL)

Before Mexico’s last game in Qatar 2022, La Adictiva shared a song with which, despite the lack of probabilities, she portrayed a victory for the Mexican National Team over Saudi Arabia.

However, after Mexico was eliminated from Qatar 2022, La Adictiva dedicated a painful song to the Mexican National Team.

The Sinaloan band founded in 1990, highlighted the reasons why the Mexican National Team, despite its good performance in the last game, lost without reaching the round of 16.

And it is that La Adictiva mentioned that “the changes of Tata Martino”, the technical director of the Mexican National Team, “harmed us” by making unnecessary changes.

Also in the song the “illusion” that the fans had for a moment was mentioned, when they scored the 2 goals of the match and finally consoled the players:

  • Hirving ‘Chucky’ Lozano, 27 years old
  • Luis Chavez, 26 years old
  • Henry Martin, 30 years old

Despite the fact that the song about the failure of the Mexican National Team in Qatar 2022 by La Adictiva reinforced a deep sadness in sports fans, it was well received by users.

And it is that on Instagram, where La Adictiva shared her song, users applauded her creativity in the composition of both the music and the lyrics.

“It even made me want to cry” and “a very reaching song plebes” were some of the comments in the song by La Adictiva.

By Sonia Meneses

SDP

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