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Mexico get Olympic qualifying going with 4-0 rout of Costa Rica

Erick Torres added a late goal to ice Mexico's 4-0 Olympic qualifying opener against Costa Rica.

Without really impressing, Mexico still managed an effective beginning to a campaign to defend its Olympic title from 2012, defeating Costa Rica 4-0 in the opening match of qualifying.

Considering they've already won an Olympic title, Mexico might be taking qualifying for the competition in Rio de Jainero, Brazil, a little bit for granted. There hasn't been much media coverage about the squad in Mexico, and the attendance in Carson's Stub Hub stadium, normally a stronghold for Mexican fans whenever...

 By Tom Marshall

Question marks still hang over Mexico duo Andres Guardado, Rafa Marquez

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno says Mexico's bid to have former Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp as manager of their national team may have been just wishful thinking.

When Mexico's squad to face the United States in the CONCACAF Cup was announced on Thursday, it was a major letdown. Not in the sense of it not being a decent or balanced team, it is both, but because it gave us no conclusive information about injured duo Andres Guardado and Rafa Marquez, other than there is a chance they could feature.

Both were included in an extended 25-player squad, with an explanation released by the Mexican federation (FMF) stating that two players would be cut before Monday's...

Guardado on the mend, Dos Santos finding form improve El Tri prospects

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Paul Mariner assess Andres Guardado's injury and how it will affect for club and country.

The restorative powers of tequila or Mexican salsa might be undersold if there is indeed some secret homegrown ingredient that has rendered midfielder Andres Guardado -- ruled out of the CONCACAF Cup last week for ligament damage -- back to sufficient health to participate in the match.

Yet that's exactly what recent reports from Mexico's national team medical staff indicate, even though his club team in the Netherlands, PSV Eindhoven, said that his left ankle injury would require six weeks to fully...

Gio Dos Santos, 'Tecatito' Corona heat up for Mexico ahead of U.S. clash

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Paul Mariner assess Andres Guardado's injury and how it will affect for club and country.

On Thursday, Mexico interim manager Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti will announce his final 23-man roster for the Oct. 10 CONCACAF Cup match vs. the United States. With less than two weeks to go until El Tri's massive match, the Hot List takes a look at some of the recent noteworthy performances from current members of Mexico's provisional roster:

Warming up

Giovani Dos Santos, F, LA Galaxy (MLS)

Why he's here: After going three games without a goal, Dos Santos emerged as man of the match in Sunday's...

Miguel Layun thriving at Porto, Memo Ochoa still sitting at Malaga

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Paul Mariner assess Andres Guardado's injury and how it will affect for club and country.

Mexico interim manager Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti must soon start to figure out who he deems to be El Tri's best.

Oct. 10th's CONCACAF Cup match against the United States is quickly approaching, leaving the manager a short amount of time to plan and prepare for the highly-anticipated game.

Taking that into consideration, every minute of playing time is now vital for the 32 members of Mexico's preliminary roster. With multiple positions and roles up for grabs, El Tri's players are now under the microscope...

 By Tom Marshall

Injuries to Guardado, Marquez cloud weekend for Mexico's European legion

Andres Guardado has been ruled out for four to six weeks after suffering an akle injury vs. Manchester United in the Champions Leagure.

The performances of Mexicans playing in Europe this weekend were overshadowed by two pieces of injury news concerning Andres Guardado and Rafa Marquez.

Dutch club PSV Eindhoven confirmed midfielder Guardado is out for four to six weeks with damage to the ligaments in his left ankle, meaning the 28-year-old will miss Mexico's crucial Confederations Cup playoff against the United States on Oct. 10, barring a minor miracle.

The news is a major blow for interim Mexico coach Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti,...