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 By Tom Marshall

Mexico gets good return to open Hex after difficult goalless draw at Panama

Marco Fabian featured for Juan Carlos Osorio's Mexico but was unable to open the scoring in a tight 0-0 draw.

PANAMA CITY -- Panama and Mexico played out a 0-0 draw on Tuesday in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying. The result moved El Tri onto four points, following its 2-1 win over the United States on Friday. 

Three thoughts from the match:

1. Panama offers Mexico a stern test

The Panamanian crowd arrived over three hours before kickoff. Reggaeton music blasted in the stands. Even the almost constant rain beating down for five hours in the buildup to the match seemed to set the tone that it...

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Panama unable to break down Mexico in scoreless draw

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Panama held Mexico to a scoreless draw at the Estadio Rommel Fernandez in Santa Clara on Tuesday night.

In a game with few chances and little open play, Panama had the best opportunities to break the deadlock but could not find a way past Guillermo Ochoa.

The draw sees both nations sitting on four points in the CONCACAF table, two points behind leaders Costa Rica after two matches played.

Mexico next take on the Ticos when CONCACAF qualifying matches resume in March 2017, while Panama head to Trinidad...

 By Tom Marshall

Dos Santos strengthens case for Mexico involvement vs. 'strong' U.S.

ESPN FC's Tom Marshall and Katia Castorena assess Giovani dos Santos' role in Mexico's crucial 1-0 victory over Panama.

CHICAGO, Ill. -- Two games, two wins. That's what Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio would have wanted from El Tri's friendlies against New Zealand last Saturday and Panama on Tuesday. And that's what he and Mexico fans got.

Neither game will live too long in our memories, but each served its purpose, even without usual starters Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez, Jesus "Tecatito" Corona, Hector Herrera, Hector Moreno, Miguel Layun and Andres Guardado -- all of whom were left back in Europe to rest up ahead...

 By Tom Marshall

Aging warrior Oribe Peralta scores as Hirving Lozano sparks Mexico to win

ESPN FC's Tom Marshall and Katia Castorena assess Giovani dos Santos' role in Mexico's crucial 1-0 victory over Panama.

CHICAGO -- Mexico defeated Panama 1-0 on Tuesday in front of 19,017 fans at Toyota Park in El Tri's last friendly before the start of the Hexagonal stage of World Cup qualifying against the United States in Columbus, Ohio, on Nov. 11.

Here are three takes from the match:

1. Lozano sparks Mexico to victory

This wasn't a game to set the pulse racing, with both sides fielding alternative teams to the ones we are likely to see when the two meet in Panama City on Nov. 15.

Mexico dominated possession...