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 By Nayib Moran

America left with plenty of thinking to do after Clasico Nacional loss

One Nacion's Katia Castorena breaks down Chivas' 3-0 win over Club America in Mexico's Clasico Nacional.

MEXICO CITY -- Chivas' convincing 3-0 win over Club America in the Clasico Nacional is Week 7's main headline. But the seventh round of matches in the 2016 Apertura also included three 1-1 draws, and Santos Laguna and Necaxa finally got their first wins of the season.

Here are five lessons learned:

1. America in a period of uncertainty

"The season is not even at its halfway point. We've shown great form during the Cup games. There's plenty of games to correct what we have done wrong," said a concerned...

Benfica striker Raul Jimenez on point for Mexico's European contingent

One Nacion's Katia Castorena breaks down Chivas' 3-0 win over Club America in Mexico's Clasico Nacional.
Benfica striker Raul Jimenez
Raul Jimenez was Benfica's star on the night as he helped his team to a 3-1 win over Nacional.

This week's European action saw one Mexican stand tall among the rest. Raul Jimenez has finally found himself at Benfica and is proving to be a key player for the Portuguese giants.

After initially appearing as a backup for Benfica manager Rui Vitoria, the second-half substitute stood out with an equalizing penalty against Setubal that secured a 1-1 draw on Aug. 21. One week later, Jimenez was given his first start of the Portuguese season and later justified Vitoria's decision through an excellent...

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Javier Hernandez eager to return to action in two weeks

While Chicharito has fit in quite well at Bayer Leverkusen, is it possible he seeks a move away from the Bundesliga side?

Bayer Leverkusen striker Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez has confirmed he will return to action in two weeks after breaking his hand.

The Mexico international fell down the stairs in his home last week, but said on Twitter that the surgery was "perfect."

"Thank God the surgery went perfect," Hernandez said. "Now I have to work hard so that in approximately two weeks I can be back on the field, which I am desperate for!"

 By Tom Marshall

Dos Santos doesn't make Mexico squad, Zaldivar a surprise inclusion

LA Galaxy and Mexico forward Giovani dos Santos opens up about his Mexico future and his relationship with head coach Juan Carlos Osorio.

Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio named his squad to play El Salvador and Honduras in World Cup qualifiers on Sept. 2 and Sept. 6 in El Tri's first outing since the Copa America Centenario ended in a 7-0 defeat to Chile at the quarterfinal stage.

Backbone of squad the same

This isn't a huge shake-up from Osorio. It wasn't ever likely to be, even if there were some immediate and rash calls for an overhaul after the Copa America disaster.

The team is recognizable as the core that we've seen really since...

 By Tom Marshall

Giovani dos Santos, Carlos Vela left out of Mexico squad for qualifiers

Giovani dos Santos sits down with SportsCenter's Diana Russini to talk about his move to MLS and his absence from El Tri.

Los Angeles Galaxy forward Giovani dos Santos and Real Sociedad's Carlos Vela have been left out of coach Juan Carlos Osorio's first Mexico squad since El Tri crashed out of the Copa America with a 7-0 loss to Chile at the quarterfinal stage.

Dos Santos and Vela missed out on the summer tournament and are once again sidelined, even with strikers Javier Hernandez and Oribe Peralta both missing the World Cup qualifying games against El Salvador away (Sept. 3) and Honduras at home (Sept. 7) due to injury.