New Zealand trolls Estadio Azteca with tweet before facing Mexico in World Cup playoff | SIDELINE
— Westpac Stadium (@WestpacStadium) November 13, 2013
That's the official Twitter account of Westpac Stadium, the premier multi-purpose stadium of New Zealand, and major home venue of the All Whites — New Zealand's national soccer team.
And that's an epic Twitter troll job from a "David vs. Goliath" matchup if we've ever seen one. It does, however, set the New Zealanders up to look quite silly if and/or when Mexico steamroll their side 5-0.
The creators of the above tweet might have only been trolling Mexico fans hardcore, but it's a serious quesiton: El Tri fans, are you nervous?
Given Mexico's 1-1-3 (six of 15 points possible) record during the Hexagonal period of CONCACAF's World Cup qualifying, Estadio Azteca and its potentially 105,000 occupants this afternoon (3:30 pm ET, ESPN/Univision/Univision Deportes) have considerable cause to be nervous.
On the line when the two teams face one another today? Only about $600 million or so. Don't let those nerves get the best of you.
Fear not, though, El Tri, for Mix Diskerud has your back.
Concacaf amigos - siempre, no? Vamos a la playa en Brasil, juntos? Vaya Mexico!
— Mix Diskerud (@MixDiskerud) November 13, 2013
"Friends of CONCACAF - always, no? Are we going to the beach in Brazil, together? Go Mexico!"