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 By Tom Marshall

Guillermo Ochoa and Jesus Corona goalkeeper rivalry in full effect

Guillermo Ochoa, left, and Jesus Corona are mired in a intense battle for first-choice keeper for Miguel Herrera and Mexico.

LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- This is not a broken record. The sequel to whether Cruz Azul's Jesus Corona or Malaga's Guillermo Ochoa is Mexico's best goalkeeper is happening again.

It's one of the big decisions for Mexico coach Miguel Herrera ahead of Saturday's friendly against Ecuador. Herrera has gotten a good look at both shot stoppers as his El Tri squad have managed a rare five days of training together here ahead of their first match of 2015.

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"The truth is that the competition is very even,"...

 By Tim Vickery

Brazil bag biggest victory since 2014's World Cup disaster

Goals from Neymar and Luiz Gustavo led Brazil's second-half charge as the Selecao overcame France on their way to a 3-1 victory.
International Friendly: Neymar goal (57') France 1-2 Brazil
International Friendly: Raphael Varane goal (21') France 1-0 Brazil
International Friendly: Oscar goal (40') France 1-1 Brazil
International Friendly: Luiz Gustavo goal (69') France 1-3 Brazil
International Friendly: Jefferson save (7') France 0-0 Brazil

In itself, that Brazil have preserved a 100 percent record since the World Cup does not tell us very much.

After all, their record going into the tournament could hardly have been much better -- nine straight wins, 30 goals scored, just two conceded -- but it did them little good when the real stuff started.

The seven consecutive victories under Dunga, then, need to be placed in context. The time for hard-and-fast judgments comes later.

But there is no doubt that Brazil can take great heart from...

Confident Brazil beat fragile France in Paris

Goals from Neymar and Luiz Gustavo led Brazil's second-half charge as the Selecao overcame France on their way to a 3-1 victory.
The ESPN FC crew discuss the difference makers and talking points from Brazil's 3-1 comeback victory over France.

Three thoughts on Brazil's 3-1 win versus France, which saw Oscar, Neymar and Luiz Gustavo answer Raphael Varane's opening goal at Stade de France.

1. In battle of hosts, Brazil look more comfortable

It's a fixture rich in history and, although this friendly meeting between France and Brazil obviously wasn't at the competitive levels of their great clashes of the past, the South American side's 3-1 win was at least rich in incident and entertainment. The visitors were occasionally sparkling, especially...

 By Chris Wright

Ronaldo covers Portugal teammate Quaresma's car in silver foil

Ever the loveable scamp, Cristiano Ronaldo kept himself busy at Portugal's training camp on Thursday by taking a few hours out to prank international teammate Ricardo Quaresma by covering his car in tin foil.

The back and forth began when Ronaldo tweeted a message to the Porto winger:

 By Chris Wright

Barcelona's Xavi employs impressive memory skills to ace goals quiz

With reports circulating that he may be on his way to Qatar at the end of the season, Xavi seems to have spent the day looking back over the many years he has spent as a one-club man among the Barcelona ranks.

Indeed, with nostalgia in the air, the Catalan side's YouTube channel have press-ganged the legendary 35-year-old midfielder into playing a little game of "What Happens Next?" by challenging him to remember five goals chosen at random from those he has netted over the years.

For a guy...

 By Mark Worrall

Terry's extension at Chelsea should boost Mourinho's ambitions

The ESPN FC crew take a look at the numbers and answer if they believe Jose Mourinho deserves to be the highest paid manager in football.
Chelsea legend John Terry has looked ageless this season, helping his club win the Capital One Cup. He could get his 14th trophy if the club holds on to win the Premier League.

Chelsea announced on Thursday that centre-back John Terry has signed a new one-year contract extension that will keep him with the club till the end of next season. The decision was met with delight by the club, the player and Blues supporters.

Mindful of the bitterness associated with the departure last year of all time record goal-scorer Frank Lampard, fans of the London club will be as relieved as they are happy that Terry, the man they refer to as "Captain, Leader, Legend" is to remain at Chelsea.

Terry,...