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Matchday 14: Messi, Argentina in round of 16

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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...

Chicharito Hernandez and Jesus Corona lead Mexico over Ecuador

Mexico's Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez spoke to ESPN FC's John Sutcliffe following his side's international friendly win over Ecuador, and noted the importance of team development in these types of matches.

Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera will no doubt be encouraged in general by what he observed in Mexico's 1-0 friendly victory over Ecuador in Los Angeles, but there are some elements that will remind him there is still much for the team to improve.

With two tournaments coming up that require different rosters in short order, though, Herrera has some tough choices to make. Others should be easier. Here are three things to take away from the Ecuador game.

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 By Tim Vickery

Reviewing the results of CONMEBOL teams since the World Cup

With his comeback from suspension close, Luis Suarez has come to terms with his actions, which saw him sent home from the World Cup in disgrace.

After the FIFA dates of September and October, how have the South American national teams progressed as they warm up for next year's Copa America followed by the 2018 World Cup qualifiers?

ARGENTINA: Won 4-2 away to Germany, lost 2-0 to Brazil and beat Hong Kong 7-0

New coach Gerardo Martino has built on the work of predecessor Alejandro Sabella but has also made a tweak. The base formation remains 4-3-3 (which Sabella's Argentina abandoned in the World Cup due to injuries), but with a difference.

Instead...

Five Aside: Capping off Landon Donovan's U.S. career

Landon Donovan ended his career with the United States national team by playing 41 minutes in a 1-1 draw with Ecuador on Friday night. Here's a look at the end of a legendary career and the notes you need to know from the draw:

• This was Landon Donovan's 157th cap with the national team, second only to Cobi Jones (162) in United States men's team history. It was also his 142nd start with the national team, most all time and 18 ahead of Jeff Agoos who is second all time with 124. His 41 minutes...

Three Points: USA vs. Ecuador

We look back at the full highlight of Landon Donovan's send-off game for the United States.

EAST HARTFORD, Conn. -- Just over 35 minutes had elapsed in Friday's friendly between the U.S. and Ecuador, when the chant from the American Outlaws could be heard echoing around Rentschler Field.

"Thank you, Landon! Thank you, Landon!"

It summed up the moment, as well as Donovan's 14-year international career, perfectly. This was a night to give thanks -- and recall all the signature moments Donovan has delivered.

Five minutes later, the U.S. team's all-time leader in goals and assists saw...

 By Tim Vickery

Ecuador's "shipyard derby" pits brother against brother

Superman is up and running, flying and scoring goals. Enner Valencia opened his West Ham account with a splendid shot in Monday's 2-2 draw away to Hull City.

Back in his native Ecuador, meanwhile, his old club were missing his power to produce the unexpected. Emelec lost 1-0 to Barcelona in the latest installment of the country's biggest local rivalry, the "shipyard derby"...