Memo Ochoa stayed true to his legend in Mexico's goalless draw with Robert Lewandowski and Poland at Estadio 974 on Tuesday. Fox Sports soccer analysts and former U.S. men's national team players Jimmy Conrad and Sacha Klujsten share their takeaways from the match and discuss what the result means for the rest of the group on "World Cup Now." (World Cup Now: 3 Takeaways From The Heroic Draw Of Mexico Vs. Poland) Conrad: Argentina Is The Real Winner This result, a draw and one point each, actually benefited Argentina, as if one team had won, there would have been two teams with three points each. This would have made it a little more difficult for Argentina to get back into it, as they would have to face Poland and Mexico. But now, with both teams coming out with just one point, I think they can pull off a draw and a win and still find themselves in the round of 16, though they might face France. (World Cup Now: 3 Takeaways From The Heroic Draw Of Mexico Vs. Poland) Kaljeston: 'San Memo' Saves The Day Again This lad in his fifth World Cup is still making big saves for Mexico. He was man of the match, and his PK save on Lewandowski was a big moment. Mexican Guillermo Ochoa stops Robert Lewandowski Kaljeston: Mexico fans are unbelievable If I could give another man of the match, I would give it to the Mexican fans. They stayed in the same stadium. 90% of that crowd were Mexican fans. (World Cup Now: 3 Takeaways From The Heroic Draw Of Mexico Vs. Poland) In the second minute they were already shouting "Ole, Ole" when the ball was moved; Even Ian Darke and Landon Donovan were saying, "It sounds like Aztecs." It is special when you play in the World Cup where you are far away from home and you still feel at home. It's really cool.