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Matchday 14: Messi, Argentina in round of 16

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 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's focus turns to Gold Cup after Ecuador ends Copa America dream

Mexico coach Miguel Herrera said before Friday's 2-1 loss to Ecuador that anything other than a victory would be a "total failure" and that is how El Tri's latest Copa America campaign will be remembered.

The three points for Ecuador means it still has an outside chance of making the quarterfinals, while Mexico's participation is already over after another winless tournament.

Miller Bolanos opened the scoring for Ecuador in the 26th minute, with Enner Valencia increasing the lead in the 56th,...

Errors from Mexico defense send El Tri packing

With only two points earned in the group stage, Mexico is now headed home after only three matches at the Copa America.

Although the squad was made up of mostly fringe and back-up options, El Tri was expected to play with more energy and determination in the competition. An argument could be made for the standout performance against Chile, but the showings against Ecuador and Bolivia were underwhelming from the Mexican squad.

On Friday, Mexico looked tired against an Ecuadorian side that solidified...

 By Tim Vickery

Chile pick up nervy win over Ecuador but are capable of more

Sometimes goals come out of context -- and that was the case in Chile's 2-0 win over Ecuador, a slow-burning but nevertheless enthralling opener to the 2015 Copa America.

In the run-up to Thursday's game, Chile coach Jorge Sampaoli had mused about having 18 different ideas for team selection in his head, and he certainly ran through a few of them on Thursday night.

His team started with a back three and a pair of wing-backs pushed high and so wide they must have had chalk on their boots. The idea...

Copa America Group A: Chile, Mexico, Ecuador and Bolivia

The world's oldest continental football competition -- the Copa America -- kicks off Thursday in Chile. Here's a quick look at the countries that will be duking it out in Group A.

Chile

Copa America titles: 0

Last Copa title: Never

Coach: Jorge Sampaoli

Finish in the most recent Copa: Quarterfinals

Player to watch: Alexis Sanchez is coming off his best professional season, scoring 25 goals and recording 12 assists in all competitions for Arsenal in 2014-15. His offense will be vital if Chile are...

 By Tim Vickery

Copa America preview: Colombia, Uruguay, Ecuador could cause upsets

Take a "By The Numbers" look at the Copa America which will be hosted by Chile and kick off on Thursday.
Argentina head coach Tata Martino and midfielder Angel Di Maria were both satisfied with their side's 5-0 friendly victory over Bolivia, as they step up their preparations for the upcoming Copa America.

It is true that normally the winner of the Copa America comes from the top three -- either Brazil, Argentina or the tournament hosts. But there is great strength in depth in South America's national teams at the moment. The dark horses will be running hard in Chile. Here's a look at the three leading outsiders.

Colombia

Going into last year's World Cup, Colombia's Argentine coach Jose Pekerman said it would be the tournament when his men finally took a place at football's top table. Phase one is...

Ecuador friendly reveals the flaws in Mexico's ambitious side

It was Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez's goal and Jose de Jesus Corona's penalty save that saw Mexico past Ecuador in an end-to-end thriller of an international friendly.

I may have been too foolish with my aspirations for El Tri on Saturday night. My prediction for the match was a 3-1 win for Mexico over Ecuador, which I was honestly second-guessing, thinking that perhaps 4-1 would be more appropriate.

That's the problem with hopes and dreams, nobody ever fantasizes about something realistic, it's always a bit outlandish.

If you ask any Mexico fan about their predictions for Saturday's game, I highly doubt most would have gone for a narrow and conservative 1-0...