Controversial presidential candidate Donald Trump is officially being used to promote the upcoming soccer match between the United States and Mexico on Oct. 10.

TV Azteca, one of the largest television networks in Mexico has been running ads with the Republican candidate all week long as both countries prepare for the Confederations Cup qualifying match at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA next month.

The ad does not use Trump exclusively, but they juxtapose clips of Trump's speeches and the audio from those speeches across various images of the Mexican national team and their triumphs on the field. The images also show the USMNT in their worst moments, after heartbreaking losses.

"Our country is in serious trouble," Trump's voice is heard over images of the United States soccer team players disheartened faces.

"We don't have victories anymore. The American dream is dead," he continues.

Trump has become a hotly contested figure in recent months after he angered many Mexicans with his comments after announcing that he would run for the 2016 Republican Presidential nomination.

The winner of the Oct. 10 match at the Rose Bowl between the United States and Mexico will automatically qualify and represent the region in the 2017 Confederations Cup in Russia. The financial benefits of said representation are likely in the hundreds of millions of dollars.