Guillermo Ochoa is one of the few players who has maintained consistent performances in the World Cup over the past few years. The Mexican goalkeeper was first selected by Mexico for the 2006 World Cup by then national team coach Ricardo La Volpe, yet he did not appear once. in the tournament.
He was again selected for the 2010 edition in South Africa, where he once again played as a backup to legendary Mexican goalkeeper Oscar Perez, however, he was an active player in the subsequent 2014 and 2018 tournaments.
The veteran goalkeeper will join an impressive list of eight players who have appeared in five World Cups. The 37-year-old, who has 132 caps, has played eight World Cup matches so far and kept three clean sheets.