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Marco Fabian's scoring run continues, 'Chicharito' can't save Leverkusen

Fabian's four goals in four games has propped up Eintracht Frankfurt's hopes of a Europa League spot.

PSV Eindhoven gained a massive win over their rivals, Marco Fabian collected a brace and relegation problems continued to mount for Granada.

Here's a look back at the Heroes and Villains from the Mexicans in Europe.

Heroes

Marco Fabian can't stop scoring! On Saturday, the midfielder helped Eintracht Frankfurt with two goals that secured a 3-1 win over Augsburg. In his past four Bundesliga matches, the 27-year-old has found the back of the net four times for Die Adler. The chase is still...

Mexico Hot List: Jurgen Damm the talk of the town as Hector Herrera cools off

Jurgen Damm has been in the spotlight after scoring a brace in Tigres' 4-0 thrashing of Pumas in Week 14.

With one eye on Mexico's participation in the upcoming Confederations Cup and Gold Cup, many of the country's most noteworthy names will be keen to shine for their clubs.

Here, we take a look at some of the recent best and worst performances from the players chasing a place in Juan Carlos Osorio's national team rosters this summer.

Warming Up

Jurgen Damm, MF, Tigres (Mexico)

Why he's here: After scoring twice in the 4-0 win over Pumas, Damm has quickly become the most talked about player of the...

Marco Fabian nets golazo in Frankfurt loss; defence fails Guillermo Ochoa

Marco Fabian celebrates after scoring a fantastic goal in Frankfurt's loss to Dortmund on Saturday.

Marco Fabian scored a golazo, Bayer Leverkusen held Bayern Munich goalless and Diego Reyes continues to shine for Espanyol.

Here's a look back at the Heroes and Villains from the Mexicans in Europe.

Heroes

It's now two goals in two consecutive matches for Eintracht Frankfurt's Marco Fabian. Despite the fact that Frankfurt lost 3-1 to Borussia Dortmund on Saturday, Fabian will likely be thrilled with the form that he is currently enjoying. After months of injury complications, the midfielder has...

 By Tom Marshall

Santos president Irarragorri gives Liga MX perspective on 2026 bid, MLS ties

Sam Borden joints Outside the Lines to preview the blockbuster WC bid between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada.
U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati explains the details of the 2026 World Cup bid launched by the United States, Mexico and Canada.

These are exciting and tumultuous times for Mexican football and the CONCACAF region. The 2026 World Cup bid was announced on Monday -- to a mixed reception in Mexico -- and Liga MX has undergone some radical changes in recent years.

To get an inside perspective on what is happening in the Mexican game, ESPN FC caught up with perhaps Liga MX's most progressive club owner, Santos Laguna president Alejandro Irarragorri.

In the following conversation, carried out in English and edited for clarity,...

Mexico Hot List: Carlos Fierro, Jesse Gonzalez pushing for Gold Cup spots

In his second straight start for Chivas, Carlos Fierro had an assist and scored a dramatic winner in a 3-2 victory over Puebla.

With an eye toward Mexico's participation in the upcoming Confederations Cup and Gold Cup, many of the country's most noteworthy names have a new opportunity to shine for their clubs.

Here, we take a look at some of the recent best and worst performances from the players chasing a place in Juan Carlos Osorio's national team rosters this summer.

Warming Up

Carlos Fierro, MF, Chivas (Mexico)

Why he's here: Eager to impress in his second straight start, Fierro stole headlines with his head-turning...

 By Tom Marshall

How might a 2026 World Cup look with the U.S., Mexico and Canada as hosts?

Sam Borden joints Outside the Lines to preview the blockbuster WC bid between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada.
U.S. Soccer president Sunil Gulati explains the details of the 2026 World Cup bid launched by the United States, Mexico and Canada.

It's official: The United States, Mexico and Canada will bid to co-host the 2026 World Cup, following an announcement on Monday in New York City. 

While the specifics of the bid are not entirely known at this stage, some details did emerge, the most notable of which was the breakdown of the 80 total games: The U.S. will get 60, with Mexico and Canada staging just 10 apiece.

Given what we know about a tournament that will feature 48 teams and 16 groups, I took a shot at how the tournament might...