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United States U20s close in on World Cup berth with 1-0 win over Mexico

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Erik Palmer-Brown's 29th minute goal held up in the win

Erik Palmer-Brown scored in the 29th minute and the United States U20 team made the goal stand up in a dominant performance over Mexico on Monday.

The Sporting Kansas City midfielder's strike came off a corner kick from Brooks Lennon the team captain headed with pace toward the far post.

U.S. U-20s vs. Mexico: Your Running Commentary

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The United States' rivalry with Mexico resumes on Monday, and a World Cup berth is on the line.

After advaincing from the group stage, the U.S. Under-20 Men's National Team takes on El Tri on Monday in the first match of th second round of World Cup qualifying. Mexico enters with a perfect record of three clean sheets, while the U.

World Cup 2018 qualifiers: Updated Standings, Results and Talking Points

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The calendar year 2016’s last international break provided the setting for the latest stop in the long road to qualification for the 2018 World Cup. 63 matches were played across six continents, as the qualification picture for the finals in Russia became clearer after the latest round of matches.

Five things we learned from Mexico’s 2-1 win over the United States

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The death of dos a cero

The United States Men's National team fell to Mexico 2-1 on Friday night in Columbus, Ohio, in the first match of the Hexagonal round of 2018 World Cup Qualifying. The Mexicans vanquished the demons of Columbus and #DosACero with a resounding and a probably deserved win.

Klinsmann directly responsible for USA defeat to Mexico in Hex opener

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Dos A Cero is a thing of the past. For the first time in fifteen years, the United States lost a World Cup qualifier on home soil – falling on Friday night against Mexico by a score of two goals to one.

In this most meaningful Hexagonal opener, the mystique of Columbus fell apart for the USMNT – done in by another dose of aggressively incompetent coaching, and maybe a little bit of karma.

Klinsmann directly responsible for USA defeat to Mexico in Hex opener

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Dos A Cero is a thing of the past. For the first time in fifteen years, the United States lost a World Cup qualifier on home soil – falling on Friday night against Mexico by a score of two goals to one.

In this most meaningful Hexagonal opener, the mystique of Columbus fell apart for the USMNT – done in by another dose of aggressively incompetent coaching, and maybe a little bit of karma.

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United States U20 open next phase of World Cup qualifying against Mexico

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Rivals will play in CONCACAF U20 championship for first time since 2013

With two games to play in the classification stage of the CONCACAF U20 Championship, the United States U20 team will face perhaps its biggest test of the tournament against a team that also happens to be its biggest rival.

What happens to USMNT vs Mexico?

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FIFA's World Cup expansion dilutes qualifying, likely bringing an end to the two biggest games on the CONCACAF calendar.

Mexico sets an easier path through the Hex

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Mexico can rely on a late run of home games in the Hexagonal round of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying, but they're already doing enough.

CONCACAF WCQ Rewind: El Tri draws Panama, Honduras tops T&T

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While the U.S. Men's National Team was getting pummeled by Costa Rica on Tuesday night, four other CONCACAF teams were also in action, hoping to keep pace with theTicosatop the Hexagonal standings.

Mexico and Panama,both of whom picked up victories in their Hex openers last Friday, squared off in Panama City to a scoreless draw.

CONCACAF World Cup Qualifying Preview: Mexico looks to stay on track, Honduras faces T&T

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After El Tri ended a futile run on United States soil, the Mexican national team turns south to Panama and will look to stay on track against a Hexagonal hopeful. Meanwhile, a struggling Honduras team hosts Trinidad and Tobago tonight in an effort to make the Hex a little more competitive.

USMNT, Pulisic, and youth

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The USMNT formation and tactical shift cost them against Mexico, but it's important not to lose sight of the bigger picture.

Rafael Marquez fittingly ends Mexico's misery vs. USMNT in Columbus

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If there was ever going to be a player to end Mexico's nightmare in Columbus, Ohio, it was going to be Rafael Marquez of course.

An original member of theDos a Cerochronicles that began to be written in 2001, Marquez had suffered plenty in the quadrennial matchat Mapfre Stadium between Mexico and the U.

Marquez sinks US as Mexico snatch thriller

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Columbus (AFP) Mexico skipper Rafael Marquez scored an 89th-minute winner as the United States crashed to their first World Cup qualifying defeat on home soil in 15 years with a 2-1 loss.

Marquez, 37, headed home a Miguel Layun corner in the dying minutes of a pulsating battle to end the USA's long record of dominance at Columbus's Mapfre Stadium, where they had beaten Mexico in the past four World Cup cycles.

Marquez sinks US as Mexico snatch thriller

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Columbus (AFP) Mexico skipper Rafael Marquez scored an 89th-minute winner as the United States crashed to their first World Cup qualifying defeat on home soil in 15 years with a 2-1 loss.

Marquez, 37, headed home a Miguel Layun corner in the dying minutes of a pulsating battle to end the USA's long record of dominance at Columbus's Mapfre Stadium, where they had beaten Mexico in the past four World Cup cycles.

USA v. Mexico: Late goal seals El Tri win

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This was the first U.S. home loss 15 years in World Cup qualifying play.

The U.S. Men's National Team was in its fortress: Columbus, Ohio. Home of "Dos a Cero." A place of dominance. Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end, and they did in heartbreaking fashion tonight, with the U.

World Cup Qualifying recap: USMNT 1–2 Mexico

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Mexico vanquished their Dos a Cero demons, defeating the USMNT 2–1 in Columbus.

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FAIL: Club America Midfielder Javier Guemez Attempts To Pull Off ‘Blanco Bounce’, Promptly Concedes Throw-In (Video)

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Having begun his career there before going on to make almost 400 appearances in blue and cream, Cuauhtemoc Blanco breathes rarefied air when it comes to Club America.

The grizzled veteran even returned to make one last commemorative appearance for America last season before finally bowing out of professional football at the age of 44.

The Final Nail

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Tijuana right-sider Paul Arriola bagged the Liga MX leaders' last goal in a 4-2 victory over León on Saturday night. It was his second goal on the campaign, but his first in league play in nearly 18 months. - Greg Seltzer

Liga MX: Pachuca Match Interrupted Twice After Pitch Invaded By Cat And Dog (Photos & Video)

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In unprecedented scenes, Sunday's Liga MX gamebetween Pachuca and Chiapas was interrupted by not one, but two animal interlopers.

It all began just after the hour mark when a playful canine came bounding onto the pitch to say hello to everybody before being ledback from whence he came by the stewards.

Dos, por favor

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A pair of US internationals rang the bell as Tijuana smashed Puebla 6-2 on Friday night, with Paul Arriola netting a terrific winner (play starts at 1:31 mark) and Joe Corona coming off the bench to hit the capper (play starts at 2:28). - Greg Seltzer

Emotional Scenes As Mexican Second Tier Match Halted After One Minute To Pay Tribute To Player Fighting Cancer (Video)

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Saturday's Mexican second division match between Murcielago FC andTampico Madero was halted with just one minute on the clock so both sides could pay tribute to one of their number.

Murcielago forward Ezequiel 'Cheque' Orozco was recently diagnosed with cancer and, with him having to leave to undergo treatment, his teammates decided to give him a sentimental send-off.

European Soccer

Thursday Kickoff: Mexico, De Gea, Hart and more.

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While El Tri cruised to a win on Wednesday, top goalkeepers grabbed headlines over in Europe.

A header from Alan Pulido helped Mexico topple Iceland, 1-0, on Wednesday in Las Vegas. (REPORT)

David de Gea insists he is happy at Manchester United as reports continue to link him to Real Madrid.

Friday Kickoff: Mexico, Rooney, Silva and more

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El Tri's manager says the team will be sticking with tradition while leadership from a major Chinese city denied interest in a big star.

Mexico manager Juan Carlos Osorio says El Tri will continue to use the Estadio Azteca as the team's hope stadium.

Thursday Kickoff: Wenger, Mexico, Subotic and more

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One of the game's top managers is hoping to earn a lenient punishment while Mexico is set to face FIFA on Thursday.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger accepted his misconduct charge from the English FA but will request a personal meeting in an effort to earn a more lenient punishment for shoving a fourth official.

Monday Kickoff: Messi, Mexico, Bolt and more

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A South American star is going to put off a contract extension for quite some time while Mexico is set for changes heading into the second match of the Hex.

Lionel Messi reportedly won't consider signing a contract extension with Barcelona until the expiration of his current deal. (REPORT)

Andres Guardado, Carlos Salcedo and Carlos Vela have left Mexico camp ahead of El Tri's clash with Panama.

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Mexico skipper Marquez next to hit out at Trump wall

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Paris (AFP) Veteran Mexico skipper Rafael Marquez on Thursday fired a Twitter volley at Donald Trump's proposed wall along the border as football weighed in on the US president.

"No wall can stop us if we believe in ourselves," tweeted the 37-year-old former Barcelona stalwart in a post including video of him firing home a trademark freekick from his Barca days.

Mexico skipper Marquez next to hit out at Trump wall

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Paris (AFP) Veteran Mexico skipper Rafael Marquez on Thursday fired a Twitter volley at Donald Trump's proposed wall along the border as football weighed in on the US president.

"No wall can stop us if we believe in ourselves," tweeted the 37-year-old former Barcelona stalwart in a post including video of him firing home a trademark freekick from his Barca days.

Klinsmann wants angry US after World Cup blow

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Los Angeles (AFP) United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann has called for his team to harness a sense of anger as they attempt to bounce back from a shattering World Cup defeat to Mexico against Costa Rica on Tuesday.

Klinsmann's men suffered an agonizing last-gasp loss to Mexico in Columbus on Friday, when Rafa Marquez's 89th-minute header secured a dramatic 2-1 win for 'El Tri' at the Mapfre Stadium.

Klinsmann wants angry US after World Cup blow

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Los Angeles (AFP) United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann has called for his team to harness a sense of anger as they attempt to bounce back from a shattering World Cup defeat to Mexico against Costa Rica on Tuesday.

Klinsmann's men suffered an agonizing last-gasp loss to Mexico in Columbus on Friday, when Rafa Marquez's 89th-minute header secured a dramatic 2-1 win for 'El Tri' at the Mapfre Stadium.

Liga MX

Liga MX: Club Pachuca Confirm Pitch-Invading Dog Has Already Found New Home

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ClubPachuca have confirmed that the stray dog that interrupted their recent Liga MX game with Chiapas has found a new home.

The canine interloper came bounding out onto the pitch in the second half of the match, bringing play to a stopfor several minutes before being led away by stewards.

Andre-Pierre Gignac Scores Hat-Trick For Tigres After Undergoing Hypnotherapy To End Goalless Slump

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Andre-Pierre Gignac has revealed that he employed a hypnotist to help haul himself out of a long goal-scoring funk.

The 30-year-old French striker had gone two months without finding the net for Mexican side Tigres, so decided to seek the services ofprofessional hypnotist John Milton in a bid to arrest his slump.

Mexican National Team

Where to find Panama vs. Mexico on US TV and streaming

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If you're trying to find out how you can watch Panama vs. Mexico, you've come to the right place.

Mexico is coming into this game after a huge confidence boost with their 2-1 away win against the United States in Columbus. At the same time, Panama is buoyed by their 1-0 win against Honduras in Central America.

Where to find Panama vs. Mexico on US TV and streaming

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If you're trying to find out how you can watch Panama vs. Mexico, you've come to the right place.

Mexico is coming into this game after a huge confidence boost with their 2-1 away win against the United States in Columbus. At the same time, Panama is buoyed by their 1-0 win against Honduras in Central America.

USA-Mexico nets 5.3 million viewers on FS1 and Univision for World Cup qualifier

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Friday's broadcast of the USA against Mexico World Cup qualification game on FS1 and Univision was watched by an audience of 5.3 million, according to Sports TV Ratings.

During Friday's pre-match coverage on FOX Sports 1, analyst Alexi Lalas proclaimed that the game was the biggest match the USA faced since the World Cup 2014 Round of 16 game versus Belgium.

USA-Mexico nets 5.3 million viewers on FS1 and Univision for World Cup qualifier

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Friday's broadcast of the USA against Mexico World Cup qualification game on FS1 and Univision was watched by an audience of 5.3 million, according to Sports TV Ratings.

During Friday's pre-match coverage on FOX Sports 1, analyst Alexi Lalas proclaimed that the game was the biggest match the USA faced since the World Cup 2014 Round of 16 game versus Belgium.

The Rest

U.S. U-20s 1, Mexico 0: Match Highlights

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Facebook tiempo de partidos

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Folks back in the States just were served a Mexican treat. Starting with Saturday's monster Club América-Chivas derby, Liga MX will begin live streaming some Univision matches in English on Facebook. There will be 46 in all, including playoff tilts.So, in addition to the other action, enjoy keeping tabs on Omar Gonzalez and watching our Tijuana boys chase another crown.

Román Torres appears set to notch 100th cap with Panama

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It appears Torres is set to return to the pitch in Panama's game against Mexico.

Even though he has missed the last two Sounders playoff games due to a hamstring injury, a tweet from Panama soccer site SomosLaSele reported that Román Torres is set to make his 100th cap for Panama in their upcoming World Cup Qualifying match against Mexico on Tuesday night.

USA vs. Costa Rica live stream: Time, TV schedule and how to watch World Cup 2018 qualifiers online

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The USMNT needs to break a decades-long streak to keep pace in CONCACAF's Hexagonal

The United States, coming off a 2-1 gut-punch of a loss against Mexico, will be looking to rebound tonight against Costa Rica. The loss to Mexico broke a couple USMNT traditions: the end of "dos a cero" might hurt fans in the trash talk department, but more importantly this was the first USA home loss in qualifying since 2001.