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The majority of the Mexico players and staff looked on from their hotel room balconies before moving downstairs and joining the fans, conducting their chants and swinging their shirts around their heads.
El Tri manager Miguel Herrera posted a selfie on his Twitter account, accompanied by the message: "These are fans. I love them. Thanks for being with us and the support."
Está es afición los amo gracias por estar con nosotros y este apoyo pic.twitter.com/Wn6JBcHKYU
- Miguel Herrera (@MiguelHerreraDT) June 16, 2014Players like Oribe Peralta -- who scored the winner in Friday's campaign-opening 1-0 victory over Cameroon -- Hector Moreno and Guillermo Ochoa also thanked fans for their support on social networking sites, while the Mexican football federation posted a video.
Gracias por todo el apoyo! Vamos con todo! #serenata #VivaMéxicoCabrones #quierocreer #cielitolindo http://t.co/Bvs2s7y2Im
- Oribe Peralta (@Cpillo24) June 16, 2014Increíble!! Muchas gracias a todos!! #MexicoLindoyQuerido @yosoy8a #VivaMexico :D.. @miseleccionmx pic.twitter.com/0dbcuZw8HZ
- Hector Moreno (@HectorMorenoh) June 16, 2014VAMOS MÉXICO!!!����⚽️@miseleccionmx #TodosConMexico #YoSiCreo pic.twitter.com/3Uwzt2z040
- Guillermo Ochoa (@yosoy8a) June 16, 2014Mexico will train in the Arena Castelao in Fortaleza on Monday ahead of Tuesday's game against the host nation.
Coach Herrera is also due to give a press conference, at which he is likely to name the team to start against Brazil. Both sides go into the Group A game on three points, having won their opening matches.