Mexico coach Javier Aguirre has told his players not to get carried away after defeating Italy 2-1 in a pre-World Cup friendly.
Aguirre believes that with the amount of scoring opportunities el Tri created, they should have won the match by a bigger margin.
"We played a good game, but we should have scored more goals," Aguirre stated to Letelegramme.com after the match. "That is my only regret, not scoring more.
"It is a little worrying. We worked well as a team, but there is still more improvement to come.
"Beating Italy is a great satisfaction, as it's always hard to defeat a team at this level. And we did it in style.
"We were quicker than the Italians, who were probably a little tired. I saw that my players were supportive of one another, always making an option available.
"But it must be said that it's a warm-up match, and it will only give us a morale boost," the coach concluded.
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