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 By Nayib Moran

For Juan Carlos Osorio's Mexico, the future is bright despite 7-0 Chile loss

ESPN FC's Tom Marshall and John Sutcliffe discuss Juan Carlos Osorio's plans to stay on as Mexico head coach and Alejandro Zendejas' reported move to Chivas.

What was clear after Mexico's 7-0 defeat to Chile was that Juan Carlos Osorio mismanaged his tactics. His team simply came up short time and again in its efforts to counter Chile's strong possession play.

In Mexico's starting XI against Chile, Osorio employed a 4-3-3 formation similar to the one he used vs. Venezuela, which worked well in the latter half of that match. Miguel Layun, Andres Guardado and Jesus "Tecatito" Corona were brilliant in the last 45 minutes against La Vinotinto, but Jesus...

Chile goalkeeper Claudio Bravo emerging at right time in Copa America

Anthony Richardson recaps the Copa America Centenario semifinals, including the most memorable moments from Houston and Chicago.

CHICAGO -- The 2016 Copa America Centenario has been Claudio Bravo's personal Theater of the Bizarre.

Bravo, he of the Barcelona pedigree, has let in goals during this tournament that in some cases have been softer than a pillow. His near post has been especially vulnerable, and Chile manager Juan Antonio Pizzi has more than once had to defend his decision to keep Bravo in the starting lineup. All the while, his teammates have been banging in goals, making Bravo look even more like the weakest...

 By Tom Marshall

Chile's win vs. Colombia validates team's blueprint for success

Chile celebrates after scoring their second goal in a 2-0 Copa America win vs. Colombia.

CHICAGO -- Every opposition knows what they get when they face Chile these days, but that doesn't mean there is an easy way to stop "La Marea Roja" (The Red Tide).

Mexico tried to go toe-to-toe with Chile in the Copa America Centenario quarterfinal and ended up humiliated; 7-0 losers. Surely, went the theory, Colombia would learn from the battering El Tri took, especially with the experienced and wily coach Jose Pekerman on Los Cafeteros bench.

Eleven minutes in and the game was basically beyond...

 By Noah Davis

Jurgen Klinsmann hasn't delivered on his promises for the U.S. national team

The ESPN FC crew debate whether or not the evolution of the United States under Jurgen Klinsmann has lived up to expectations.

Here's a fact about the United States men's national team that many people seem to overlook: It's far from a great squad in the grand scheme of international soccer. This isn't a shot meant to belittle Jurgen Klinsmann's group; it's simply the truth.

Pick a metric. The Americans are 31st in the latest FIFA ranking, sandwiched between the Czech Republic and Algeria. They sit 23rd in ESPN's Soccer Power Index; better, yes, but still behind six South American teams, 12 from Europe and, of course,...

 By Tim Vickery

Time for Jose Pekerman, Colombia to rediscover their identity

Jose Pekerman
Colombia head coach Jose Pekerman looks on as his side takes on Chile in the Copa America semifinal.

Perhaps the arrival of an electrical storm scrambled some brains in the Colombian defence, because Jose Pekerman's team made an inexplicably disastrous start to their semifinal against Chile.

The opening goal came in the Chileans' first attack. Use of the flanks is always going to be a weapon of this Chile side, but for a few vital minutes, Colombian left-back Frank Fabra was not able to find opposing right-winger Jose Pedro Fuenzalida -- with a compass, a map and a GPS application.

Fuenzalida had...

No Arturo Vidal, no problem as Chile beat Colombia en route to Copa final

Chile players celebrate after opening the scoring vs. Colombia in the Copa America semifinals.
Two early goals proved enough for a weakened Chile to book a return clash against Argentina in the final.

CHICAGO -- Chile defeated Colombia 2-0 in the semifinals of the Copa America Centenario and will play Argentina in Sunday's final at MetLife Stadium in a rematch of last year's final. Early goals by Charles Aranguiz and Jose Fuenzalida staked La Roja to an early lead, and though Colombia created their share of chances, they couldn't make the breakthrough to climb back into the match.

Here are three thoughts on La Roja's impressive win.

1. Shorthanded Chile finds a way

Chile's 7-0 hammering of...