2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
0-0-0, 4th in CONCACAF Gold Cup
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14dESPN

Donovan: U.S. no longer 'kings' of CONCACAF

Landon Donovan has said the United States is no longer the "kings" of CONCACAF and must win the Gold Cup to reclaim its crown from Mexico.

How would Chucky Lozano fit in at Man United? (1:49)
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14dTom Marshall

Lainez to miss Gold Cup, Chicharito a doubt

Mexico's Diego Lainez is set to miss the Gold Cup this summer to play at the under-20s World Cup, while Javier Hernandez could also miss out.

Are Mexico kings of CONCACAF? (1:43)
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19dTom Marshall

Maradona threatens to quit Dorados amid ref row

Diego Maradona threatened to quit Mexican club Dorados de Sinaola and even football altogether following Friday's 1-1 draw with Venados de Merida.

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20dTom Marshall

Atletico boss: No done deal for Mexico's Herrera

Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo has warned that reports confirming that Mexico international Hector Herrera will play for the club.

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21dESPN

Wolves sign Jimenez for club-record £30m

Wolves have completed the permanent signing of Mexican striker Raul Jimenez from Benfica, in a deal believed to be worth a club-record £30 million.

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29dTom Marshall

Inside Mexico's first camp under Martino

"Tata" Martino set the tone for his first Mexico camp by declaring: "My obligation is to make the national team be respected." How is he doing it?

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30dTom Marshall

Chicharito urges calm amid Mexico's fine form

Javier Hernandez isn't getting carried away after Mexico made it two victories from Gerardo Martino's first two games in charge by beating Paraguay.

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30dTom Marshall

Dos Santos on target as Mexico beat Paraguay

Three first-half goals fired Mexico to a 4-2 win over Paraguay, as El Tri completed back-to-back victories in Tata Martino's first two games.

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31dTom Marshall

Mexico's Lozano ready to join elite club - 'Tata'

Lozano's name has been linked with Manchester United, Napoli and Paris Saint-Germain in recent weeks, after netting 15 goals in 24 Eredivisie games.

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34dESPN

Mexico beats Chile in Martino's debut as boss

Goals by Raul Jimenez, Hector Moreno, and Hirving Lozano ensured 'Tata' Martino's first win as Mexico manager in a 3-1 result over Chile.