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Uruguay’s head coach Diego Alonso feels that his Qatar 2022 World Cup plans will come into focus with matches like Thursday’s 3-0 win over Mexico in Arizona.
Matias Vecino was on target before Edinson Cavani struck twice to help La Celeste win against El Tri at State Farm Stadium in Glendale.
Five months after the start of the World Cup, Uruguay will hope to find success in the first major test of the post-Oscar Tabarez era.
For Alonso, matches against sides of the same quality that will also be there are crucial for him to be able to assess where his team stands ahead of a Group H match with Portugal, Ghana and South Korea.