2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
1-0-0, 2nd in FIFA World Cup
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3hTom Marshall

The friends behind the wheel of Mexico's party bus

What better way to see the World Cup than with your friends in a painted bus supporting your country? Meet the friends behind "La Bendicion."

Seb & Herc's World Cup journey continues in Rostov (3:10)
Mexico prepare to face 'desperate' South Korea (2:17)
Would point deductions curb Mexican fans' chants? (2:10)
Gomez: Mexico's Layun key against South Korea (3:00)
Marcotti: Lozano to Barca not likely (1:07)
Extra Time: Ronaldo's goatee; Uruguay the real deal? (9:30)
Osorio: Mexico must be the protagonists (1:16)
Two on Tri: Lozano to Barca is 'in rarified air' (5:25)
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2dTom Marshall

Mexico's Fabian: Sing 'Cielito Lindo', not chant

Mexico expect to receive a $20,000 fine from FIFA after fans shouted an anti-gay chant during the team's World Cup opener, a source told ESPN Mexico

Fabian to start vs. South Korea, Lozano bound for Barca? (2:48)
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3dTom Marshall

Mexico suffered from flu vs. Germany - Osorio

Mexico provided the shock result of the tournament so far by beating Germany. What's even more impressive: They weren't at full strength.

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3dAssociated Press

Mexico City 'quake' not due to goal celebration

Mexico's National Seismological Service says seismic activity in the Mexico City on Sunday was not caused by fans' goal celebrations.

Sebastian Salazar admits he was wrong on Juan Carlos Osorio (5:40)
Gomez: Mexico's destiny is in their own hands (6:22)
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3dDavid Faitelson

Mexico won't soon forget win vs. Germany

Mexico played the sort of game pundits and fans alike have long since suspected it was capable of in an impressive World Cup win vs. Germany.

Twellman: I will never root for Mexico (3:32)
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4dStephan Uersfeld

German papers slam national team 'wimps'

Germany spent most of Monday away from the media after their 1-0 World Cup opening defeat to Mexico, following a spate of criticism in the press.

RankingsFIFA World Cup

Goal Difference1Tied-6th
Goals Scored1Tied-13th
Assists1Tied-7th
Goals Conceded0Tied-1st