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Nunez: Chicharito knows his role

Real Madrid

Mexico can learn from loss to Belarus


Hernandez: Defense does in Mexico


W2W4: Belarus vs. Mexico


Ramos: Vela injects Mexico with attitude


Faitelson: With Vela, Mexico flies


Chicharito knows his role at Real Madrid

Real Madrid head coach Carlo Ancelotti believes Mexican international Chicharito is an import member of the squad.

MADRID -- Javier "Chicharito" Hernández works harder than anyone in Real Madrid's training sessions to earn a place in the starting lineup, but the effort is just not enough to bench his direct competition, Karim Benzema, the team's second-highest scorer, with 13 goals in 21 games.

"I wish I could give him more playing time, because he deserves it, because he works hard, but he knows very well that there is a lot of competition among forwards," Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti said Thursday...

Jesus Manuel Corona runs away with the Europeo of the week award

Paul mariner picks the best 5 goals he saw this weekend.
Jesus Corona was an instant spark of creativity coming off the bench for El Tri.
Jesus Corona, right, got his first start for El Tri vs. Belarus in their international friendly.

Jesus Manuel Corona is on the rise.

The 21 year-old made his national team debut for Mexico two weeks ago vs. Netherlands and immediately had an impact on the team. The winger assisted Carlos Vela's second goal of the game after being on the field for just one minute. He later received his first start for Mexico against Belarus a few days later and impressed many with his pace and audacious dribbling on the pitch.

Corona has continued to maintain that momentum and once again had a standout performance...

Deja vu again as Mexico face host Chile in Copa America tournament

The president of Brazil's Football Association thinks winning next year's Copa America will make up for the disappointment of not winning the World Cup.

Call it fate or misfortune, but Mexico was placed in Group A with host Chile in the 2014 Copa America draw on Monday evening.

This will now be the second time in a row that El Tri face the hosts in a major tournament of the group stage, after having to take on Brazil in the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

2015 Copa America Draw

Group A: 1. Chile 2. Mexico 3. Ecuador 4. Bolivia

Group B: 1. Argentina 2. Uruguay 3. Paraguay 4. Jamaica

Group C: 1. Brazil 2. Colombia 3. Peru 4. Venezuela

Along with Chile, Mexico also have Ecuador and Bolivia as opponents in the first round of the Copa America. Although it would be easy to complain about taking on the host, one must also consider the fact...

 By Tom Marshall

Carlos Vela leads attack, Rafa Marquez a rock in back on El Tri depth chart

Carlos Vela scored twice in his return to El Tri as Mexico edged the Netherlands in their international friendly.

It took Carlos Vela a little over seven minutes to score against the Netherlands with a curled left-foot shot and highlight what Mexico had been missing during the Real Sociedad player's self-imposed exile from international soccer.

Some fans and pundits may never be fully satisfied or forgive the way the 25-year-old was allowed to walk back into El Tri, but no one who has watched him over the past couple of years in Spain can seriously dispute that he will improve Mexico's attack and the side...

A 'checkmate' in Belarus

Mexico manager Miguel Herrera unleashed four attackers against Belarus in the final 10 minutes.

Miguel Herrera could have learned a marvelous lesson on Tuesday evening in Borisov, Belarus. You can play a lot of things with the Belarusians, but you can't beat them at chess.

There comes a time in the life of a manager when he believes his decisions, his sense and his intelligence are above everything else. He feels untouchable and powerful, capable of creating, of coming up with something new and marvelous on a field where everything seems to have been experienced and created already. Miguel...

CONCACAF Power Rankings: Costa Rica on top

United States head coach Jurgen Klinsmann thinks his team need to get tougher following their 4-1 loss to Ireland in Dublin.

The 2014 international year is in the books and by the time the nations of CONCACAF resume action in March, the 2015 Gold Cup will be just a few months away.

Since the World Cup, several countries' performances have improved noticeably while others have declined. In the great spirit of the CONCACAF Hexagonal, it only makes sense for ESPN FC to debut its regional Power Rankings with its top six teams, plus a list of ones to watch come 2015.

1. Costa Rica

Cue the arched eyebrows and quizzical looks....