Quiñones leads the call for the Mexican National Team to qualify for the Copa América

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The Colombian's first call Julian Quiñones heads the list of the Mexican team that will face the Honduran team on November 17 and 21 in the quarterfinals of the Concacaf Nations League in which the winner of the series will qualify for the Copa America 2024.

Jaime Lozano, Mexico's coach, called up 26 players, among whom Quiñones stands out, who Last October he obtained his naturalization letter that accredits him as Mexicanafter which he requested a change of federation to be able to represent the North American country.

Born in Nariño, Colombia, 26 years ago, he has been in Mexico since 2015 and in the last three years he has established himself as one of the figures in the local league.

In addition to Quiñones, Lozano called the main Mexican figures active in European football such as Guillermo Ochoa, goalkeeper of the Italian Salernitana; Edson Álvarez, English West Ham midfielder, and Santiago Giménez, forward of the Dutch Feyenoord.

Mexico will visit Honduras next Friday, November 17, in the first leg of the quarterfinal series, and will receive it on Tuesday the 21st in the return duel at the Azteca Stadium; The winning nation will advance to the semifinals of the Nations League, thereby automatically qualifying for the Copa América.

– These are those summoned by Lozano to challenge Honduras

Goalkeepers: Antonio Rodríguez (Tijuana), Ángel Malagón (America) and Guillermo Ochoa (Salernitana).

Defenses: Julián Araujo (UD Las Palmas), Jorge Sánchez (Porto), César Montes (Almería), Israel Reyes (America), Johan Vásquez (Genoa), Jesús Angulo (Tigres UANL), Jesús Gallardo (Monterrey) and Gerardo Arteaga (Genk ).

Midfielders: Edson Álvarez (West Ham), Erick Sánchez (Pachuca), Luis Chávez (Dinamo Moscow), Luis Romo (Monterrey), Marcel Ruiz (Toluca), Orbelín Pineda (AEK Atenas) and Uriel Antuna (Cruz Azul).

Forwards: Julián Quiñones and Henry Martín (América), Sebastián Córdova (Tigres UANL), Roberto Alvarado (Guadalajara), Hirving Lozano (PSV Eindhoven), César Huerta (Pumas UNAM), Santiago Giménez (Feyenoord) and Raúl Jiménez (Fulham). (EFE)

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