It's easy to spot the young Chivas Guadalajara players who helped Mexico win the Under-17 World Cup.

They're the ones with their heads shaved.

Chivas is hoping their youthful exuberance can lead to a few goals starting Thursday night when they face Juventus of Italy in the World Football Challenge.

In its only previous game in this series of exhibitions in North America, Chivas allowed Cristiano Ronaldo to score three goals in a late nine-minute span of Real Madrid's 3-0 win last week.

The four Under-17 champions on the Chivas team didn't play in that game. Chivas defender Patricio Araujo says those young players ''are very dynamic'' and ''are going to help us (score) more goals.''