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U.S. at a low ebb as Mexico hopes soar

World Cup qualifying
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Liga MX Talking Points: What's next for big-name Liguilla losers Chivas, Xolos?

With the Liga MX Liguilla semifinals now set, ESPN FC's Ciro Procuna breaks down how the final four teams advanced.

The quarterfinals of the Liguilla have come and gone, with Chivas, Club Tijuana, Pachuca and Pumas all bumped from the Fiesta Grande. The semifinals are set to kick off on Wednesday when Leon hosts Tigres, but before they get started, we asked our experts Tom Marshall, Cesar Hernandez and Nayib Moran what's next for the tournament's big-name losers.

Chivas

Now isn't the time to panic for Chivas. Two consecutive Liguillas under Matias Almeyda bodes well and although it hurts Chivas fans to lose...

 By Tom Marshall

Confederations Cup offers Mexico rare opportunity to pit wits vs. top teams

Mexico will hope to advance to the semifinals of the Confederations Cup next summer.

The importance of Paul Aguilar's stunning goal to win the CONCACAF Cup against the United States in October 2015 may have initially gone unnoticed wrapped up in the emotions of the rivalry, but now that the draw for next June's Confederations Cup has been made, its worth is very clear.

Mexico plays a lot of games -- 23 in 2015, 15 in 2016 and likely more than 20 in 2017 -- but not many have the competitive elements or hostile environment that coach Juan Carlos Osorio so desires. During 2016, Mexico...

Mexicans in Europe: Guillermo Ochoa the key to Granada's relegation battle

Guillermo Ochoa played a big part in Granada's 1-1 draw at Valencia.

There's no denying the fact that Guillermo Ochoa's Granada are struggling in Spain. The club have yet to collect a victory, and with only five points gained in 12 matches, it's no surprise that they currently sit in last place in La Liga.

That said, Ochoa is quietly making progress in his past few games for the Spanish squad.

On Sunday, the goalkeeper held Valencia to just one goal in the 1-1 away draw. Ochoa finished the match with six saves and has now allowed only three goals in his last four...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Liga MX Talking Points: Which teams will steal the final three Liguilla spots?

As Liga MX enters its final weekend of the regular season, Ciro Procuna addresses the main storylines.

With the Apertura regular season set to come to a close on Sunday, the Liguilla is nearly upon us. ESPN FC asks Tom Marshall, Nayib Moran and Cesar Hernandez which clubs will snap up the final three playoff places.

Pumas, Toluca, Leon

All eyes will be on Estadio Chivas on Saturday as Guadalajara takes on Necaxa. In some ways it is the key game in defining which teams will make the playoffs. Chivas will be desperate for a top-four spot, which would guarantee the return leg of the quarterfinal...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico, Osorio cap positive but tumultuous year with point in Panama

Mexico had a lot of history to overcome against the U.S. in World Cup qualifying in Columbus, Ohio. The FC panel break down the tactics of the match.
Javier Hernandez and Mexico drew 0-0 away to Panama in the Hexagonal round of World Cup qualifying on Tuesday.

PANAMA CITY -- Mexico ended 2016 with a record-reading 15 games played, 11 victories, three draws and only one defeat.

The ugly 0-0 draw against Panama on Tuesday wasn't exactly the statement of intent with which El Tri would've hoped to finish the year, but it showed just how tricky the circumstances are for Mexico when it travels away in CONCACAF.

"For many, Mexico is obligated to always be the protagonist, to risk more," El Tri coach Juan Carlos Osorio said after the Panama match. "Today we faced...

Ochoa confident with clean sheet; Moreno leads Mexico back line in draw

Hector Moreno did well to keep the Panama attack at bay in Mexico's 0-0 World Cup qualifying draw.

Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio now has one win and one draw to start the Hexagonal round of World Cup qualifying. After a 2-1 away victory over the United States and a 0-0 draw against Panama, the manager has started his qualifying run with four points. With the dark cloud of this summer's 7-0 loss to Chile still lingering over his head, the recent results provide a much-needed boost in confidence for the coach who has been questioned all year.

There is reason for optimism for Mexico fans. The...