Brazil's Group A opponents Mexico in easy friendly winBoss Herrera will look to Javier Hernandez for World Cup goals
Brazil's Group A opponents at the World Cup, Mexico, won their final home game before jetting off for the tournament with a 3-0 friendly triumph against Israel in what was a farewell match for legendary striker Cuahtemoc Blanco.
The 41 year-old managed to play part of the game for a 120th cap, but Brazil's scouting team will be more interested in the opposition they will be facing in Fortaleza's Estadio Castelao on June 17 following this fixture.
Without the talents of Javier Hernandez, the Mexicans strolled to vicotry with a double from left back Miguel Layun and one from Marco Fabian.
They face further friendlies against Ecuador, Bosnia and Portugal before competing with the Brazil, Cameroon and Croatia when the World Cup kicks off in earnest next month.