Mexico pummelled the Super Eagles of Nigeria 4-0 in an international friendly played in the United States in the early hours of Sunday.
The Super Eagles team made up entirely of home-based players had travelled to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum hoping to sting a surprise over a nearly full-strength Mexican team.
The Nigerian team were, however, dazed as the El Tri raced to a two-goal lead inside the first four minutes of the encounter.
Hector Herrera put the Mexicans in front in the 2nd minute from the first corner kick of the match, while Rogelio Funes Mori made it 2-0 in the fourth minute.
Herrera, the Mexican captain, got his brace and Mexico’s third goal seven minutes after the game’s restart in the second half when he capitalised on a loose ball from goalkeeper Stanley Nwabali’s save from a Hirving Lozano attempt.
Jonathan dos Santos completed the capitulation of the Super Eagles team managed by Augustine Eguavoen, the NFF Technical Director, in the 78th minute, scoring from an Erick Gutierrez well-calculated pass.
See below the statistics of the encounter, as provided by Google.