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Marshall: Five Mexico issues

Mexico Sep 11, 2014
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Mexico vs. Bolivia: Player ratings

Mexico Sep 9, 2014
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 Posted by Cesar Hernandez
1 day ago

Mexicans Abroad: Raul Jimenez opens Atletico account

The relief and joy on the face of Raul Jimenez was palpable after the Mexican striker tallied his first goal for Atletico in Saturday's romp over Sevilla.
The relief and joy on the face of Raul Jimenez was palpable after the Mexican striker tallied his first goal for Atletico in Saturday's romp over Sevilla.

On Saturday, Raul Jimenez scored his first-ever goal for Atletico Madrid. Immediately after securing the team's fourth goal of the game, Jimenez began to passionately yell and celebrate in a way that truly symbolized the relief of finally scoring in Spain.

The striker had been dealing with criticism from fans for his past "allegiance" to their rivals, Real Madrid, and needed a goal not only for himself but also to prove to his fans that his heart is with Atletico.

- Corrigan: Jimenez opens account...

 Posted by David Faitelson
7 days ago

The private battle of Chicharito

The ESPN FC crew discuss the positives Real Madrid can take away from this week.

The net at the Riazor had not even stopped trembling from the powerful impact of the left-footed shot before Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez's detractors were already poised to attack: He went on the field when everything was already settled and when a team, notably superior in talent and resources, was thrashing its opponent.

- Hernandez: Mexicans Abroad: The return of Chicharito
- Report: Mexico includes Hernandez for October friendlies
- Report: Sanchez backs Hernandez to shine at Real

The reality...

 Posted by Cesar Hernandez
Sep 23, 2014

Mexicans Abroad: The return of Chicharito

It appears as though a change of scenery is just what the doctor ordered for Javier Hernandez, who scored a brace in Real Madrid's thrashing of Deportivo.

Usually these weekly installments of Mexicans Abroad are initiated with a few highlights from the weekend, but I'm going to table that this week. Instead, I must discuss the five Mexican extranjero call-ups for El Tri's friendlies next month.

Javier Hernandez, Erick Torres, Hector Herrera, Javier Aquino and Guillermo Ochoa were all selected to help Mexico in their two friendlies in October. Torres is the only player not playing in Europe, but he has done plenty to convince Miguel Herrera with...

 Posted by Tom Marshall
Sep 18, 2014

Mexico depth chart: Marquez back in contention

There is still some thought that Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera, left, could call in veteran defender Rafael Marquez.
There is still some thought that Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera, left, could call in veteran defender Rafael Marquez.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico - Mexico's first two friendlies post-Brazil 2014 -- a 0-0 tie against Chile and 1-0 victory over Bolivia -- told us that head coach Miguel Herrera's thinking in terms of moving El Tri forward is very much a gradual change, rather than a sharp, sudden clear-out of players.

- Hernandez: Jimenez, Chicharito meet in Madrid derby
- Marshall: Five problems Herrera must solve
- Faitelson: Herrera's playing style taking hold

That couldn't be re-emphasized any more by the fact that...

 Posted by Cesar Hernandez
Sep 15, 2014

Mexicans Abroad: Jimenez and Chicharito meet in the Madrid derby

Javier 'Chicarito'  Hernandez didn't have much of an impact in his debut for Real Madrid.

If my estimations are correct, Raul Jimenez and Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez were both together on the pitch for a total of about four seconds in Atletico Madrid's 2-1 win over Real Madrid on the weekend.

It was a bit of a letdown for those El Tri aficionados watching -- especially considering the hype around the match beforehand.

It was supposed to be a battle between two of Mexico's biggest stars. A battle between an ex-Chivas and an ex-America player on one of the biggest stages in world soccer.

-...

 Posted by Tom Marshall
Sep 11, 2014

Five problems Miguel Herrera must solve for Mexico

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno says that Mexico and their young stars did not impress in their 1-0 friendly victory over Bolivia.

If you were to give Mexico a grade out of 10 for its performances over the past week against Chile and Bolivia, it would be a six.

In the first match last Saturday, El Tri matched Chile for intensity and gave a performance that showed the World Cup was no fluke.

The same elements of high work rate, tidy passing and quality were there. The only disappointment was in the final third, with Javier "Chuletita" Orozco and Giovani dos Santos missing chances they really should've put away.

That has...