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Marshall: Mexico fail to impress

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Mexico coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti must learn lessons from T&T draw

Mexico came back from two goals down to draw Trinidad & Tobago 3-3 in an enthralling match.

Mexico endured a tougher-than-expected test against Trinidad & Tobago, surviving to pull off a 3-3 draw on Friday thanks in part to a stunning late goal from Hector Herrera that thrilled El Tri fans in the stands, even if they were left unsatisfied by the overall result.

Most expected Mexico to be more dominant, driven onward by the discipline of new interim coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti, but also by the prize that dangles tantalisingly ahead of these preparation matches -- a playoff opportunity...

Esquivel, Aquino clear stars for Mexico, while many teammates struggle

Mexico came back from two goals down to draw Trinidad & Tobago 3-3 in an enthralling match.

Mexico's 3-3 draw against Trinidad & Tobago was undoubtedly a thrilling affair, but one that won't gain much fan confidence for El Tri interim manager Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti.

Ferretti's starting XI looked highly questionable in defense and struggled to find enough goals to secure the manager's first win. Although Ferretti has saved his best players for next week, things won't get any easier for El Tri's squad when they take on a star-studded Argentina this Tuesday.

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 By Tom Marshall

Mexico fail to impress in Ferretti debut against Trinidad and Tobago

Mexico came back from two goals down to draw Trinidad & Tobago 3-3 in an enthralling match.

SANDY, Utah -- Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti's first game in charge of the Mexico national team ended in a shaky 3-3 tie against Trinidad and Tobago on Friday in El Tri's first match since coach Miguel Herrera was fired.

Only a late equalizer from Hector Herrera saved the draw for Mexico, ahead of Tuesday's match against Argentina in Arlington, Texas. Both the friendlies are being used as preparation for the Confederations Cup playoff against the United States on Oct. 10.

Here are three takeaways...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico in good hands with Alfredo Talavera or Moises Munoz in goal

Mexico head coach Ricardo Ferretti explains the reasoning behind his squad choices and believes the media have the right to criticise his selections.

SANDY, Utah -- One of Mexico's understudies in goal is set to come out of the shadows and into the limelight in the next six weeks.

After the friendlies against Trinidad and Tobago on Friday and Argentina on Sept. 8, either Alfredo Talavera or Moises Munoz will be selected by interim coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti to face the United States on Oct. 10 at the Rose Bowl for a place at the 2017 Confederations Cup.

Both Talavera and Munoz have waited patiently, without complaining, for so long for...

Mexico need return of Vela's form, strong midfield play against T&T

Mexico stars Andres Guardado and Raul Jimenez give their take on their first training session with interim coach Ricardo Ferretti.

Friday night will be Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti's first test in his interim role as Mexico's national team coach. The Brazilian has raised eyebrows with his roster selection and will have little time to prepare for the highly significant CONCACAF Cup match against the United States next month. Ferretti has just two friendlies to fine tune the squad before the playoff game, which will determine the CONCACAF representative at the 2017 Confederations Cup.

With plenty on the line, here are five things...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's Rafa Marquez not thinking about retirement

Mexico stars Andres Guardado and Raul Jimenez give their take on their first training session with interim coach Ricardo Ferretti.

SALT LAKE CITY -- It's been over 18 years since his debut for Mexico, but 36-year-old center back Rafa Marquez is not ready to retire from the national team just yet.

The Hellas Verona player -- the first to captain a team at four different World Cups -- is instead taking things slowly and insists that while he feels he is good enough, he'll keep turning out for Mexico.

"Life has shut me up a little, like when I said that South Africa was my last World Cup," explained Marquez in an exclusive...