05 de Abril del 2017 12:54 pm.
As Mexico U20 continutes to plug away at preparing for the U20 World Cup in May, the group continues to focus in camp for the first half of April.
"Our goals in this camp are to keep working to fine-tune what we're missing," said Lara, who joins Ronaldo Cisneros and Uriel Antuna in a training camp under the command of head coach Marco Antonio Ruiz until April 22. "This week is training only, and the following week we will begin preparation matches against Pumas' second division and first teams."
The group, which spent the better part of 2016 in various camps and international tournaments both in Mexico and overseas, has a cohesion and familiarity with one another that Lara describes as vital to the team's success in South Korea.
"This team has a lot of strengths on field, be it fixed tactics or the fact that they take the initiative in the game. Also, the individual technique each player has is strong. Off-field there is a brotherhood among us. We've had a lot of time to know each other and everyone has a commitment to the team. There's also a healthy competition on and off the field."