Chile vs Mexico

Last Modified May 01, 2022 04:22 GMT

The head to head statistics for Chile vs Mexico in the past decade are given in the table:

DateTeam 1ResultTeam 2Tournament
12/09/21Mexico2:2ChileInternational Friendly
23/03/19Mexico 3 : 1 ChileInternational Friendly
17/10/18Mexico0 : 1 ChileInternational Friendly
19/06/16Mexico0 : 7 ChileCopa America
02/06/16Mexico1 : 0 ChileInternational Friendly
16/06/15Chile3 : 3 Mexico Copa America
07/09/14Chile0 : 0 Mexico International Friendly
04/09/11Mexico 1 : 0 ChileInternational Friendly
05/07/11Chile2 : 1Mexico Copa America
16/05/10Mexico 1 : 0ChileInternational Friendly

Chile vs Mexico has been a joy to watch for football fans all over the world. From Copa America to the World Cup these teams face-off against each other in various competitions. Out of the 10 matches these 2 teams have played against each other in the past decade, Chile has managed to win 3 games and draw 3 of them. The remaining 4 have been won by Mexico.

Mexico v Chile: Quarterfinals - Copa America Centenario

Besides the various international friendlies these teams have played against each other, the Copa America 2016 quarter-final is what comes to peoples minds when they think Chile vs Mexico. Chile hammered Mexico in this encounter, winning by a huge score-line of 7-0. Eduardo Vargas from Chile found the back of the net 4 times in this game. This was the biggest winning margin between these two teams in the past decade.

Chile vs Mexico was also a featured game in the group stages of the 2015 edition of the Copa America. This match ended in a 3-3 draw with Arturo Vidal and Vicente Matias Vuoso scoring a brace each for Chile and Mexico. The 2011 edition of the Copa America also saw these 2 teams being placed in the same group. The group stage match was won by Chile by a score-line of 2-1.

Mexico had some experienced players in its line-up such as Javier Hernandez, Carlos Vela and goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa who all helped Mexico to have a dream run in the 2018 FIFA World Cup. They managed to reach the round of 16 from a group which consisted of Sweden, Germany and South Korea. Guillermo Ochoa, their goalkeeper was the standout performer for their team.

Chile, on the other hand, tasted great success in the Copa America tournament as they won back to back Copa Americas during 2015 and 2016. Stars such as Alexis Sanchez, Arturo Vidal and Claudio Bravo all played their part to bring Continental success to their nation.

For the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, only Mexico has qualified for the tournament as Chile ended up with a disappointing 7th place in the World Cup Qualifiers group for the South American section. Mexico has been drafted to group C, where they will face the likes of Argentina, Saudi Arabia and Poland.