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Matchday 14: Messi, Argentina in round of 16

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 By Tom Marshall

Honduras boss Jorge Luis Pinto sets sights on CONCACAF Gold Cup

Jorge Luis Pinto and his Honduras side will meet the United States on July 7 in their Gold Cup opener.

HOUSTON -- Almost exactly one year ago, Colombian Jorge Luis Pinto became the first coach since Bruce Arena with the U.S. in 2002 to lead a CONCACAF nation to the quarterfinals of the World Cup.

How things have changed for him since. Instead of being given the chance to build on his final-eight finish with Costa Rica at Brazil 2014, an ugly and bitter divorce ensued, but Pinto returned to coaching with Honduras in December. When you listen to him speak at length, you can't help feeling CONCACAF's...

 By Chris Wright

Honduran goalkeeper sent off for patting opponent, 'world is laughing'

The decision to send off a goalkeeper for patting an opposing striker on the backside has turned the Honduran football league into a worldwide laughing stock, so says the director of first division club CD Marathon.

In what surely must be a footballing first, the game between Marathon and Real Sociedad in the Honduran top flight on Oct. 12 saw Marathon goalkeeper Junior Morales sent off by the referee for gently patting the backside of Real striker Eris Hernandez.

Having scooped the ball up inside...

U.S. grades: Mix Diskerud among Yanks' top performers vs. Honduras

ESPN FC's Ian Darke, Taylor Twellman and Alexi Lalas break down Jermaine Jones' performance against Honduras at the centre of defence.

The early part of the World Cup cycle is a time for lessons. The U.S. national team learned a few in a 1-1 tie with Honduras.

U.S. striker Jozy Altidore -- who was raised in Boca Raton, Florida, the site of Tuesday's match -- appeared set to celebrate a happy homecoming, as he scored early in the first half. But Maynor Figueroa nodded home an 86th minute equalizer to give the visitors a deserved draw.

Overall, it proved to be an uneven performance from the U.S. squad. The Americans started brightly...

Three Points: United States stumble to 1-1 draw in Honduras friendly

ESPN FC's Ian Darke, Taylor Twellman and Alexi Lalas break down Jermaine Jones' performance against Honduras at the centre of defence.

BOCA RATON, Fla. - Three quick thoughts after the U.S. gave up a late equalizer and settled for a 1-1 tie Tuesday in a friendly against regional rival Honduras at Florida Atlantic University Stadium.

1. Position switches pay off

When the U.S. lineup came out an hour before kickoff, several position changes stood out. Jermaine Jones was indeed at center-back, as many assumed he'd be after Jones hinted Monday that he'd be manning a new spot against the Catrachos. The bigger surprise was seeing...

Mexico team should be happy with win, but wary of needed improvement

A pair of first-half goals from Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez and Oswaldo Alanis led Mexico to a comfortable 2-0 victory over Honduras.

Though it was only an international friendly, Mexico's 2-0 victory at the expense of Honduras in Chiapas was like a salve over the wound that the Catrachos squad had inflicted on the national ego with a 2-1 victory in Estadio Azteca last year.

What might be lost in the celebration of the goals by Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez and Oswaldo Alanis in the first half is that Mexico looked decidedly shaky at times. It was Honduras who had the first shot on goal, and indeed, seemed to take the initiative...

Player Ratings: The offense outplayed the defence in Mexico's friendly win

A pair of first-half goals from Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez and Oswaldo Alanis led Mexico to a comfortable 2-0 victory over Honduras.

After a shaky start to the game, Mexico went on to score two quick goals, which secured their win over Honduras on Thursday night. The visiting Honduran squad retained a surprising amount of possession early on in the match, but Mexico was able to counter with two goals by Javier Hernandez and Oswaldo Alanis in the first half.

There are still a few troubles defensively for the national team but the attack was able to compensate for the subtle woes that El Tri had in the back.

Miguel "Piojo" Herrera...