The Mexican senior football national team also known as El Tri, in the early hours of Sunday beat Nigeria’s side, Super Eagles 4-0.

EyewitnessMedia gathered that the Super Eagles which was fired with home-based stars suffered a humiliating bashing in the game played in the United states.

The Super Eagles starting lineup featured mainly players from the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) except for Ibrahim Sunusi, who plies his trade with CF Montreal.

However, the gap in quality between the two teams on parade showed as Mexico dominated from start to finish to claim a resounding win.

The Eagles defence could not find answers to the rampaging Mexicans while their strikers were also poor going forward.

Mexico’s quality too much for the Home-based Super Eagles

Mexico showed their intent right from the start as Hector Herrera nodded home from a corner kick in the second minute.

Gerardo Martino’s side doubled their lead two minutes later through Rogelio Funes Mori, slotting home from close range from a Hirving Lozano assist.

Interestingly, it looked like it would be a whitewash after Mexico netted two inside four minutes, but it stayed at 2-0 at half-time.

The Eagles under the watchful eyes of Gernot Rohr, who handed coaching duties to Paul Aigbogun, failed to muster a single shot on target in the opening stanza of the game.