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Mexico hit three to sink Iceland in international friendly

Mexico hit three to sink Iceland in international friendly

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Mexico hit three to sink Iceland in international friendly
Kari Arnason #14 of Iceland competes for the ball against Miguel Layun #7 of Mexico during their match at Levis Stadium on March 23, 2018 in Santa Clara, California.
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Marco Fabian curled a free kick home from 25 yards shortly before halftime to spark Mexico to a 3-0 win over Iceland on Friday.

Miguel Layun doubled Mexico's lead in the 64th minute when he fired home an angled drive and then he made it 3-0 in injury time with a spectacular strike from 40 yards out.

Mexico kick off their World Cup campaign against champions Germany on June 17 and then play South Korea on June 23 and Sweden on June 27.

Iceland, who are preparing for their first appearance at the World Cup finals, begin their campaign against Argentina on June 16 before playing Nigeria six days later and then Croatia on June 26.

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