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 By Tom Marshall

Javier Hernandez's choice of Copa America over Olympics a smart pick

Javier Hernandez will represent Mexico at the Copa America, not the Olympics, this summer.

Another weekend, another goal for Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez.

This time it was especially crucial, with the Mexican striker netting the winner for Bayer Leverkusen in its 3-2 away victory over Schalke 04 on Saturday to put the club on the brink of an automatic Champions League spot.

Now with 17 goals in 23 starts in the Bundesliga, 2015-16 is fast becoming the best season of Chicharito's career. The decision to move to Germany -- mocked by some -- makes perfect sense now and Hernandez has responded...

The 10 greatest international tournaments in the history of football

The ESPN FC crew debate which countries have the biggest chance of winning the European Championship in France this summer.

With the European Championship and Copa America set to kick off in little more than two months, Miguel Delaney looks back at the 10 greatest international tournaments in football history.

10. 1958 World Cup | Winners: Brazil | Runners-up: Sweden

The birth of Brazil's legacy of World Cup glory, led by a 17-year-old Pele. It's fitting, then, that this was the birth of the modern World Cup. It was the first to adapt a modern structure, with a symmetrical 16 teams and four groups of four playing...

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Nike launches new kits ahead of Euro 2016 and Copa America Centenario

France players debut the new kits they'll wear at this summer's European Championship on home soil.
France is one of nine Nike-supplied federations to release new kits on Thursday for this summer's European Championship and Copa America.

With Euro 2016 an even 12 weeks away, and the Copa America Centenario kicking off a week before that, it's prime time for fans to get their crisp kits fresh off the rack. On the back of introducing a new line of Mercurial boots, new technology and on-field apparel on Wednesday, Nike pushed brand-new kits for nine of its contracted federations that will take part in this summer's premier international competitions.

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Mexico must choose Copa America or Olympics for Javier Hernandez

Juan Carlos Osorio joins the Heineken ESPN FC Boot Room to discuss Chicharito, Mexican players in Europe and Gio dos Santos.

Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez has returned from his recent muscle injury and, in his second game back, appears to have recovered his form. Hernandez notched an assist in Bayer Leverkusen's Europa League win over Sporting Lisbon, which helped Bayer advance to the quarterfinals of the competition.

Now Leverkusen and Hernandez will face Villarreal, which has another Mexican player, Jonathan Dos Santos, in their squad. It's a sign of how far the country has advanced in sending players to teams in Europe...

Mexico fans will give El Tri a lift in Copa America Centenario

The ESPN FC panel take a look at Group C in the Copa America including Uruguay, Mexico, Venezuela and Jamaica.

Let's not mince words; Mexico's national team, the fans' beloved El Tri, is the de facto home team in the Copa America Centenario.

That's because the tournament will be held in the United States, where Mexico has set attendance records with numbers that are sometimes better than when Mexico plays in Mexico. The attendance figures of El Tri matches in the U.S. also hold their own against the international friendly numbers produced by some of the world's most popular national teams, like Argentina,...

Who's most likely to reach the Copa America Centenario knockout rounds?

ESPN FC's Doug McIntyre and ESPN Deportes' Martin Bater break down the Copa America group draw for the United States and Mexico.

The USA in the group of hysteria. Mexico facing the formidable Uruguayan forward line. Brazil worrying without Neymar. And Argentina facing a different Chile to the one that beat them a year earlier.

But there are no casualties or survivors before a ball has been kicked at Copa America Centenario. Everyone has the right and obligation of a 90-minute trial. Everyone: the favorites and the underdogs, the powerful and the needy.

The USA is the host nation, but Mexico certainly will be playing at home,...