On "World Cup Now," FOX Sports soccer analysts Jimmy Conrad and Sacha Kljestan discussed the game's takeaways and what the result means for the rest of the group.

Argentina benefits greatly from this result — the draw and one point each — because if one team had won, there would have been two teams at the top with three points. Argentina would have found it more difficult to re-enter the game knowing they would have to face Poland and Mexico.

Conrad: Argentina is the real winner

But now, with both teams having only one point, I believe they can get a draw and a win and still advance to the round of 16, though they may have to face France.

Conrad: Argentina is the real winner

This guy, in his fifth World Cup, is still making big saves for Mexico. He was named Man of the Match, and his PK save on Lewandowski was the highlight.

Kljestan: 'San Memo' saves the day yet again

If I could give the Mexican fans a second Man of the Match award, I would. In that stadium, they stood up. That crowd was 90% Mexico fans.

Kljestan: The fans in Mexico are incredible.

When the ball moved around in the second minute, they were already yelling "Olé, olé," and Ian Darke and Landon Donovan were saying, "It feels like Azteca in here." It's special to be playing in a World Cup far away from home and still feel at home. That's awesome.

Kljestan: The fans in Mexico are incredible.