Mexico are World Cup tournament regulars and will be looking to create a piece of national team history at Qatar 2022.
El Tri's only previous appearances in the quarter-finals came when they hosted the tournament in 1970 and 1986, and they are yet to get beyond the last-16 stage in a World Cup on overseas soil.
What will Mexico need to do to become world champions for the first time? GOAL takes a look at Mexico's potential routes to the final, which takes place in Qatar on December 18.
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If Mexico finish as winners in Group C, then they will face the runners-up from Group D, which contains France, UAE/Australia/Peru, Denmark and Tunisia.
If Mexico finish as runners-up in Group C, then they will meet the winners of Group D.
If El Tri make it to the last eight, they will meet a team from either Group A or Group B, pairing them with Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, Netherlands, England, Iran, United States or Wales/Scotland/Ukraine.
The semi-finals will pair them with a team from either Group E - Spain, New Zealand/Costa Rica, Germany or Japan, F - Belgium, Canada, Morocco or Croatia, G - Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland or Cameroon, or H - Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay or South Korea.
Make it to the final and Mexico could face any team depending on which route they take from the group stage.
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