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Man United's Antonio Valencia may miss Copa America after surgery

Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera has high ambitions for his side in the upcoming Copa America.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti responds to the reports suggesting Bastian Schweinsteiger's link with Manchester United, and believes he is not the player United need.
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Manchester United's Antonio Valencia could miss the Copa America after undergoing surgery on Monday.

Valencia, 29, was called up to Ecuador's preliminary 30-man squad last week for the tournament in Chile, but posted two pictures on his Instagram account on Monday night with him recovering in a hospital bed.

The Daily Telegraph reports the surgery was needed to remove metal screws and pins in his left ankle, which were inserted during an operation in September 2010 after breaking his leg against...

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Sergio Aguero and Javier Pastore lead Argentina past Ecuador

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Sergio Aguero, left, celebrates with his teammates after scoring a goal in Argentina's 2-1 win vs. Ecuador.

Sergio Aguero and Javier Pastore were on target as Argentina wrapped up their US tour with a 2-1 win over Ecuador.

Aguero's early goal gave Argentina the edge, but they needed a second-half strike from Pastore after Miller Bolanos levelled for Ecuador midway through the opening period.

Argentina got the win despite the absence of Lionel Messi, who was forced to watch from the stands in New Jersey with a foot injury.

The 2014 World Cup finalists needed only eight minutes to get their noses in front,...

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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1. Maybe the bench is fine for Chicharito...