Trinidad coach urges bravery against Mexico

Coming off a hard-fought 1-0 victory against Panama at the Haisley Crawford Stadium on Friday night, a buoyed Trinidad and Tobago soccer team are set to face group leaders Mexico in their CONCACAF World Cup qualifying round match on Tuesday.The match was won on the back of a strike from Minnesota United forward Kevin Mulino and head coach, Dennis Lawrence, is urging his team to keep the momentum and be brave against the group favorites when they meet at the same venue on their home turf.The Mexicans who boast a record of seven points from two wins, one draw and no losses, are in pole position, four more than Trinidad who have one win, no draws and two losses.The match is another must win for Trinidad and Tobago, who are sitting sixth in the six team table with a minus three goal difference.Only the top three teams are guaranteed automatic qualification to the 2018 gtournament in Russia. read more