Mexico have reached the last-16 in their previous six World Cups but have not made the last eight since 1986.
Twitter user Training Ground Guru shared a photo of the after-pic, writing, "This was Japan's dressing room after heart breaking injury-time defeat by Belgium. Messi and Ronaldo are out, but there are still a lot of players like me who also want to go to the final too, so let's see", said Hazard.
The Red Devils face Japan in the last-16 of the World Cup on Japan, looking to secure a place in the quarter-finals where either Mexico or Brazil await.
But it was't just the players. "We survived it, we have gone through and that is the most important thing". "I think it shows that Japan are really competitive and try to do whatever it takes to win", he said. But the five-time World Champions are starting to find their feet in the tournament as they entered the knockout stages after two consecutive 2-0 victories.
Belgium have won all four of their World Cup games so far, scoring 12 goals in the process, but Meunier warned that beating Belgium would require a higher level of performance. The Red Devils are right in the midst of their golden generation, with so many of their most important players now in their physical primes.
Belgium boss Roberto Martinez was more optimistic, and said the benefit of the extra rest would outweigh any potential negatives.
Good on you, lads. "We know what to do and what not to do, we are better off", insisted Hazard. "We were leading and we were going to win, but I didn't expect this reversal of the result".