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Carlos Vela’s last shot with El Tri

Miguel “Piojo” Herrera, Mexico’s National Team manager, finally announced what everyone had been waiting for since last summer: Carlos Vela will have a last shot of joining El Tri, as he will be called up for the friendly matches in November against Holland and Belarus. 571 more words

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Miguel Herrera Apologizes on Twitter

Mexico’s head coach, Miguel Herrera, was sent off during El Tri’s friendly with Panama on Sunday, and took to Twitter to apologize for his behavior. 206 more words

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Mexico vs Panama: Recap and Highlights

It took a last-minute goal to break the deadlock in this decidedly unfriendly friendly, but Mexico extended their post-World Cup unbeaten run with a 1-0 win over Panama. 451 more words

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Mexico's Starting Lineup vs Panama

A day ahead of Mexico’s friendly clash with Panama in Querétaro, Mexico, Miguel Herrera has released the starting lineup for El Tri.

There will be seven changes to the lineup that defeated Honduras 2-0 on Thursday night, with only Javier Hernández, Héctor Herrera, Marco Fabián and Miguel Layún slated to start this game as well. 82 more words

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Mexico vs Panama: Where to Watch

Three days after their 2-0 win against Honduras in Chiapas, the Mexican national team has traveled to Querétaro to take on their Panamanian counterparts.

These two CONCACAF rivals most recently faced off in World Cup Qualifying, where Mexico drew 0-0 in Panama City and won 2-1 in the Azteca. 71 more words

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Mexico vs Honduras: Recap and Highlights

Mexico earned a 2-0 win over Honduras on Thursday night thanks to first-half goals from “Chicharito” Hernández and Oswaldo Alanís. The win keeps El Tri unbeaten since the World Cup, while Los Catratchos are still struggling to find their feet after disappointing World Cup and Copa Centroamericana campaigns. 418 more words

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Mexico's Starting Lineup vs Honduras

A day ahead of Mexico’s clash with Honduras in Chiapas, Mexico, Miguel Herrera has released the starting lineup for El Tri.

Sticking with his preferred 5-3-2 formation, Herrera has selected Guillermo Ochoa to start in goal, with Paul Aguilar, Enrique Pérez, Julio César Domínguez, Oswaldo Alanís and Miguel Layún forming the back line. 48 more words

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