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 By Tom Marshall

Key questions facing Mexican football

ESPN FC's Katia Castorena discusses Club America's first home win as they beat Santos, ending their three game win streak.

ESPN FC's Tom Marshall tackles the big issues surrounding Mexican football by answering some Twitter questions from the week:

For the Copa America Centenario this summer, Mexico is well set for a good tournament. Despite the changes in management in 2015, what really came through was the spirit of the current squad.

Most the players know each other well,...

Carlos Vela's rediscovered goal-scoring form has him on top of Mexico Hot List

Carlos Vela
Carlos Vela has scored twice and added an assist in his past three games for Real Sociedad.

Believe it or not, but Carlos Vela is starting to show signs of the dominant player he once was.

After putting in spectacular performances throughout most of 2013 and 2014, the Mexican international began to gradually lose the momentum that made him one of La Liga's best attackers. The striker was quiet at the beginning of the current season, collecting just two goals in the first half of the campaign, but has scored twice since Jan. 22.

With a few exceptional matches in hand, the 26-year-old is on...

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Javier Aquino out of Mexico friendly against Senegal

Back in Liga MX after stints at Villarreal and Rayo Vallecano, Javier Aquino has become one of Tigres' key attacking pieces in their run to the Apertura final.
Javier Aquino will not play for Mexico on Wednesday.

Mexico will be without midfielder Javier Aquino in Wednesday's friendly with Senegal.

Aquino picked up a knock in Tigres' win over Chiapa on Friday, and his club said he would not be able to play for the national team.

He has a sore left hamstring and did not make the trip to Miami for the game.

Mexico will not replace him on the squad, leaving El Tri with 21 players to face Senegal.

The match is Mexico's only test before facing Canada in two straight World Cup qualifiers on March 25 and 29.

 By Nayib Moran

Mexico needs generational shift at goalkeeping position

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

MEXICO CITY -- Since the 2006 World Cup, Guillermo Ochoa and Jesus Corona have been in a toe-to-toe battle to be Mexico's starting goalkeeper, but in the last months the rivalry between the two has seen a fracture, as other goalkeepers such as Toluca's Alfredo Talavera and Club America's Moises Munoz have gotten the nod in important games for El Tri.

New Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio has openly expressed his admiration for Talavera, who he describes as a goalkeeper who best plays the aerial...

Four Mexico players looking to make most of El Tri debut

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

On Thursday afternoon, the Mexican Football Federation released the 22-man roster for Mexico's upcoming friendly against Senegal on Feb. 10 in Miami.

Due to the fact that the game doesn't land on a FIFA date, Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio is utilizing players from Liga MX. Of the 22, four have yet to make an appearance for El Tri's senior national team.

With the Olympics, Copa America and World Cup qualifying matches all set for this year, Wednesday's game at Marlins Park will be an exciting...