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Archives: Mexican National Team

Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez injured on Mexico duty [VIDEO]

Posted on by PA Sport
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Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez was taken to hospital after suffering an injury while playing for Mexico against Honduras in a Gold Cup warm-up match on Wednesday night. According to reports, the 27-year-old has suffered a broken collarbone, although the … Continue reading

Mexico-France, England-Colombia, Costa Rica-Brazil, Korea-Spain TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale
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Today is the last of the Group stages for the 2015 Women’s World Cup, so we will see who will advance and get an idea of what third place teams will make it through to the Round of 16. There’s … Continue reading

Copa America: Chile vs Mexico – Team News and Predicted Lineups

Posted on by Ayo Isaiah
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Chile take on Mexico in the second round of fixtures in Group A knowing that a victory could see them through to the knockout phase of the 2015 Copa America with a game to spare. The Copa America hosts began … Continue reading

France-Colombia, Brazil-Spain, England-Mexico, Korea-Costa Rica TV times and open thread

Posted on by Jacquelyn Brazzale
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Now that the Group Stage games of the 2015 Women’s World Cup are well under way, we can start to see some of the team’s strengths and weaknesses. We get our second looks at Groups F and E to wrap … Continue reading

Mexico vs. Bolivia, Copa America: TV times and open thread

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Day 2 of Copa America kicks off today featuring Mexico against Bolivia at Viña del Mar. For viewers in the United States, the game (and entire tournament) are being shown live and exclusively on beIN SPORTS. Here’s the TV schedule for … Continue reading

4 players to watch at Copa America that would be an ideal fit for Premier League

Posted on by Matt Jones
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Major tournaments can often be a treasure trove of unheralded or undiscovered talents; managers from some of the game’s most illustrious club sides will have a keen eye on the Copa America this summer with that in mind. Running a … Continue reading

Mexico’s Home Shirt for 2015 Copa America Is Black: Leaked [PHOTO]

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Mexico’s home shirt for 2015 and Copa America will be black instead of green based on a leaked photo of El Tri’s shirt manufactured and designed by adidas. Mexico’s shirt features the green, white and red from the country’s flag … Continue reading

Mexico’s Raul Jimenez Will Continue To Fight Until He Breaks Into Atletico Madrid’s Lineup

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Mexico international Raul Jimenez has been struggling to earn a place in Diego Simeone’s starting eleven at Atletico Madrid. The striker made a summertime switch from the Liga MX side, Club America, to the reigning Spanish champions for a reported fee … Continue reading

Carlos Vela Proves Worth The Wait For Mexico In 3-2 Win Against Netherlands

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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It didn’t take long for Mexico striker Carlos Vela dust off his scoring boots during El Tri’s friendly against the Netherlands in the Amsterdam Arena tonight. After a three-year self-imposed absence from the national team, it took Vela only eight minutes to … Continue reading

Mexico Goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa Finalizing Switch To Malaga

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Mexico international goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa has flown to Spain to finalize a move to Malaga. Ochoa was one of the standout performers during this summer’s World Cup in Brazil. He made countless game saving stops during Mexico’s tournament run with … Continue reading

Mexican Coach Miguel Herrera Receives Contract Extension Until 2018

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell
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Miguel Herrera received a contract extension set to leave him as head of El Tri until 2018 as the Mexican Football Federation announced today. Herrera recently lead the Mexican National team to the knock-out stages of the 2014 World Cup … Continue reading

What Will FIFA Do About Arjen Robben’s Blatant Dive Against Mexico?

Posted on by Harry Cee
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In February, FIFA President Sepp Blatter stated that diving would be taken seriously and that FIFA would use video evidence if needed to punish those who did it. Blatter stated: “Video evidence can be used for serious breaches of the principle … Continue reading

57% Of Mexico Fans Blame Referee For El Tri’s Elimination From World Cup

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Fifty seven percent of Mexico fans who responded to a poll in the Reforma newspaper blame the referee for El Tri’s elimination from World Cup 2014. The majority of Mexico fans believe that Portuguese referee Pedro Proenca was to blame. The … Continue reading

WATCH Netherlands Tactical Changes Against Mexico Result in World Cup Win [VIDEO]

Posted on by Earl Reed
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Watch the following tactical analysis video to discover what changes Holland made during the game that had a profound outcome on the final result of the World Cup Round of 16 match. Controversies aside, there were several key changes that … Continue reading

5 Observations From Mexico-Holland Game

Posted on by Thariq Amir
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Okay, so a come from behind victory? Check. Late drama? Check. A Louis van Gaal game changing substitution? Check. A Guillermo Ochoa wonder save?  Check and check. It’s just standard fare for this World Cup. For a large portion of … Continue reading

Miguel Herrera’s Changes Backfire As Mexico Crash Out of World Cup

Posted on by Matt Lichtenstadter
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Mexico had become a darling of this World Cup of surprises, and Miguel Herrera had become a darling because of his antics. Mexican soccer was back, and with every bit of optimism surrounding the camp they thought they could finally … Continue reading

WATCH Arjen Robben’s Dive to Win Netherlands A Late Penalty Win Against Mexico [GIF]

Posted on by Alex Muller
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Netherlands striker Arjen Robben did it again. The Dutch footballer, who is undoubtedly one of the best footballers in the world, accentuated a trip by Rafa Marquez in the penalty area late in the game against Mexico to win a … Continue reading

WATCH Netherlands 2-1 Mexico: Match Highlights [VIDEO]: Dutch Break Mexico’s Hearts

Posted on by Christopher Harris
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Netherlands midfielder Wesley Sneijder scored in the 88th minute to break the hearts of Mexico supporters, and to send the game to a thrilling finish before Rafa Marquez tripped Arjen Robben in the box, resulting in a penalty for the Dutch. … Continue reading