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Five things to watch for vs. Honduras


Canales: Is it the summer of Vela?


Five things to watch for as Mexico face Honduras in final pre-Gold Cup game

Injury has derailed another international summer for Mexico defender Hector Moreno.
The loss of Hector Moreno will be a real test of Mexico's defensive depth heading into the Gold Cup.

Mexico manager Miguel "Piojo" Herrera has just one friendly left before the start of July's Gold Cup. At the moment, El Tri and the manager are both in dire need of a title. After failing to impress in the Copa America, Mexico fans have recently had little to be thrilled about. Let's also not forget about other early embarrassing exits from Mexico this year in the U20 World Cup and the Women's World Cup as well.

Now, Herrera must regain confidence among El Tri fans and prove that he can properly...

 By Tom Marshall

Moreno injury for Mexico signals tactical shift

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop feels that Mexico will claim the 2015 Gold Cup crown over the United States.

HOUSTON -- The news that Hector Moreno will not be available for Mexico in the CONCACAF Gold Cup robs El Tri of arguably its best defender ahead of a tournament that it seems everyone is continually stressing Mexico is "obligated" to win.

The 27-year-old may not be the star name on the team-sheet or the player who gets most autograph-hunters and high-pitched screams outside of national team training, but his career in Europe and for El Tri has quietly ticked along nicely. A dedicated pro who...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico must move on from World Cup 2014 woe to shine at Gold Cup

The Arjen Robben penalty versus Mexico can now be found in piñata form.
Arjen Robben falls in the penalty area and Klaas-Jan Huntelaar stepped up to send Mexico crashing out of the World Cup in Brazil.

It was a heartbreaking moment that went down in Mexico soccer history -- and something El Tri are struggling to get over.

Exactly one year on from that penalty incident on June 29 at the World Cup in Fortaleza, the slow-motion replay of Arjen Robben winning the spot-kick that sent Mexico out of the tournament for the sixth consecutive time at the round-of-16 stage is still as vivid as it was the morning after.

The crafty Dutchman waits as Rafa Marquez approaches then shifts the ball left from the...

Mexico's fight back vs. Costa Rica overshadows the troubles of El Tri

ESPN FC's John Sutcliffe speaks with Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez to discuss his side's 2-2 draw against Costa Rica.

Mexico's 2-2 friendly draw against Costa Rica is the classic case of the half-empty or half-full perspective.

On the positive side, El Tri rallied from two goals down to draw even, getting goals from two key players in Giovani Dos Santos and Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez. It's crucial to increase the confidence of top performers in the lead-up to any important tournament. Both goals were well taken, with Dos Santos making the most of a tricky dribbling run before angling the ball past goalkeeper...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's strong second half vs. Costa Rica gives Herrera tactical guidance

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno breaks down Mexico's 2-2 draw with Costa Rica, where Mexico came back from 2-0 down to tie in the second half.

ORLANDO, Florida -- Miguel Herrera said he drew some solid conclusions from Saturday's 2-2 draw with Costa Rica, aside from the evaluation that was so obvious to everyone watching: Mexico were bad in the first half and good in the second.

The Mexico coach was at pains to stress that fielding the exciting trio of Carlos Vela, Giovani Dos Santos and Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez in the first 45 minutes was an experiment, and admitted after El Tri came into the break 2-0 down that it hadn't worked.


Gio dos Santos and Javier Hernandez inspire Mexico after dreadful first half

Mexico came back from behind after Javier Hernandez equaled the lead in second half, as Mexico played to a 2-2 draw against Costa Rica in Orlando.

A loss for Mexico appeared likely after the first 45 minutes, as Costa Rica easily controlled possession and had plenty of space to roam in the middle of the pitch. With El Tri's defense looking particularly vulnerable, los Ticos had no trouble collecting two goals in the opening half.

After halftime, Mexico manager Miguel Herrera's change to a 4-4-2 formation had immediate results for the squad, which scored twice early in the second half and was by far the better side in the latter stages of the...