Mexico have kicked off their 2022/23 CONCACAF Nations League campaign in style following the big win over Suriname at home. The two teams met for a CONCACAF Nations League clash in Group A1 on Saturday.

Suriname and Mexico are in a three-team group with Jamaica as far as the current CONCACAF Nations League campaign is concerned. The Mexicans were overwhelming favourites ahead of their home game with Suriname and they lived up to that status with three goals. Israel Reyes gave Mexico a dream start in the fourth minute before Club America striker Henry Martin doubled the lead from the penalty spot five minutes before the half-time break. The Mexicans established a two-goal lead at the break thanks to the goals from Reyes and Martin. Pachuca midfielder Erick Sanchez wrapped up the 3-0 win for Mexico in the fourth minute of stoppage time.

With the big victory over Suriname, Mexico are second on the group standings after one game. They are one point off Jamaica at the top of the standings though the leaders have played two games.
In the first game in Group A1, Amal Knight in goal for the Jamaicans scored an own goal six minutes from time to ensure that hosts Suriname secured a 1-1 draw with Jamaica. Toulouse winger Junior Flemmings had given Jamaica the lead six minutes before the break and he was on the way to being the matchwinner before the own goal from Knight.
For the second Group A1 game, Flemmings made it two goals in two matches with one of the goals as Jamaica beat Suriname 3-1 at home. Bournemouth star Jamal Lowe and Derby County midfielder Ravel Morrison also scored for the Jamaicans.
The match between hosts Mexico and Suriname was the third Group A1 game which was won convincingly by the home team. The fourth Group A1 game is between hosts Jamaica and Mexico and it's billed for the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica on Tuesday, June 14.