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Juan Carlos Osorio doesn't entertain like Piojo or Tuca, but he gets results

Juan Carlos Osorio
Juan Carlos Osorio has been starkly less animated than his predecessors in the Mexico dugout.

Mexico beat Senegal 2-0 in an international friendly on Wednesday in Miami, and the win was the most positive aspect of the entire game.

Of course, it's expecting too much out of a squad that was basically auditioning for more involvement in what will be a busy year for Mexico. To manage World Cup qualifying games, the Copa America Centenario and defending their Olympic title, El Tri will need not only the regulars in the national team, but a bigger rotation of players as well.

Senegal, with...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico make low-key start to 2016 in friendly win over Senegal

Rodolfo Pizarro
One of the highlights from Mexico's friendly win over Senegal was the goal scored by 21-year-old Rodolfo Pizarro, center.

Mexico's friendly against Senegal on Wednesday in Miami was never going to set pulses racing. An all-Liga MX squad -- minus regular national team players like Alfredo Talavera and Oribe Peralta -- against a young Senegal team who were an average of 22½ years old wasn't the full-on international test that it was perhaps unfairly expected to be, considering it was a non-FIFA international date.

The result was Mexico scoring two late goals against a tiring African side to secure a 2-0 victory...

Jesus Corona, Hirving Lozano part of a small few who impressed for Mexico

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Jesus Corona's performance between the sticks has him in the frame for more Mexico call ups.

Thanks to two goals in the second half, Mexico avoided a dull result in a 2-0 win over Senegal in Miami on Wednesday night.

El Tri's roster filled with fringe players and youngsters looked highly questionable during the first 45 minutes but slowly started to pick up some momentum after the inclusion of numerous substitutes after halftime.

Young stand-outs like Hirving Lozano, Rodolfo Pizarro and Candido Ramirez were arguably the most influential in the match and will give Mexico manager Juan Carlos...

 By Tom Marshall

Duenas and Pizarro come to Mexico's rescue in puzzling win vs. Senegal

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Jesus Duenas hit a late winner to salvage a fairly ugly win for Mexico vs. Senegal.

Second half goals from Jesus Duenas and Rodolfo Pizarro handed Mexico's national team a 2-0 victory over Senegal in Miami in El Tri's first match of 2016.

The Mexico side -- made up exclusively of Liga MX-based players -- struggled for cohesion for large swatches of the game, but extended coach Juan Carlos Osorio's winning run as coach to three out of three.

Here are some takes from the game:

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1. Duenas, Lozano spare Mexico's blushes

The mission going into this game was for Mexico coach Osorio...

Can Bayer Leverkusen cope without Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez?

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes asks former Liverpool defender Steve Nicol if Chicharito could be heading to Anfield.

Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez scored for Bayer Leverkusen in Tuesday's German Cup match against Werder Bremen, but the good news for fans of the Mexican striker ends there.

Chicharito's confident penalty kick to put his side ahead was to no avail, as Leverkusen eventually lost the match 3-1 and were eliminated...

 By Tom Marshall

Juan Carlos Osorio to give Mexico fringe players a chance vs. Senegal

Former U.S. international Brian McBride says Mexico is making a smart move by tapping into America's youth system.

Mexico kicks off its 2016 campaign on Wednesday evening with a friendly against Senegal at Marlins Park in Miami, with lots of talk about the worth of the game and coach Juan Carlos Osorio insisting that he will be able to make firm conclusions.

"The lessons will surely be infinite and immense," said Osorio in Tuesday's news conference. "We wanted to bring a good group of players and we've done it."

The Colombian went on to state that the match offers an opportunity for El Tri's fringe players to...