Mexico coach Herrera vows to make trouble for Brazil at World Cup
Mexico have started planning the way in which they can ruin Brazil's hosting of this summer's World Cup as the pair prepare to front up in an intriguing Group A that also contains Croatia and Cameroon.
June 17 will see the teams meet in Fortaleza and Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera said at a press conference in Mexico City: "We spoke with Felipao and he said for them Mexico is like a stone in their shoe. We're hoping to be like a rock, not a stone."
A troubled qualification campaign, which saw the North Americans almost squeak their way to Brazil via a play-off against New Zealand, has seen Herrera take the reigns for the two-time World Cup hosts.
He has previously vowed to take Mexico into the second round of the tournament for the sixth successive time.