PHILADELPHIA -- Mexico's summer ended on a bright note on Sunday by lifting the Gold Cup, following disappointment at the Copa America, the Under-20 World Cup and Women's World Cup.
El Tri managed to ride out the criticism on its journey to defeat Jamaica 3-1 in the final in Philadelphia, but issues clearly remain and the fall-out is set to rumble on.
Here are five things learned from Mexico's bumpy but triumphant 2015 Gold Cup.
1. Controversy not going anywhere, even in victory