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Jimenez breaks his season duck


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Mexico's Raul Jimenez remains upbeat, confident despite lack of playing time for club and country

Herculez Gomez explains why Mexico fans booed El Tri after their win over Scotland and why the players are behind Juan Carlos Osorio.

Raul Jimenez recognizes that he's been fortunate in his career to be around teams that know how to win -- from Mexico's gold-medal-winning squad at the 2012 London Olympics, to the Club America system that brought him up, to Portuguese side Benfica and its accomplishments during his tenure there.

The trophies with those teams seem like enough of a resume at any age, especially 27, but minutes have been hard to come by for the Mexican striker in Europe.

In an interview with ESPN's David Faitelson,...

Keaton Parks' long journey to United States debut through Dallas and Portugal

Weston McKennie talks about his success at Schalke, the new faces on the U.S. roster and much more ahead of their training camp.
Former U.S. international Brian McBride backs Christian Pulisic's comments about a lack of focus being to blame for the USMNT missing the World Cup.

PHILADELPHIA -- In the United States, there are a few well-worn paths to becoming a professional men's soccer player. 

These days, teams that are part of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy play a considerable role. If a player is a mainstay on a youth national team, that can do plenty to get them noticed. Then there's the possibility of going to college and using that as a means of burrowing one's way into the professional game.

Keaton Parks didn't take any of those routes. Sure, he could...

 By Nayib Moran

Jimenez breaks his season duck to lead this week's Heroes & Villains

Raul Jimenez
In the wake of being linked to a move to Club America, Raul Jimenez scored for Benfica.

When this season comes to an end, there's enough evidence to suggest that Hirving "Chucky" Lozano, in his first full season in Europe, will be Mexico's best player in the Old World. Players like Carlos Salcedo, Hector Herrera and Andres Guardado will be close behind, but it will be Lozano who will take the prize because of the consistency he has shown so far this term.

Players like Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez and Hector Moreno have struggled in their battle to win minutes at West Ham and Roma,...

 By Andy Mitten

Julio Cesar on Neymar, Messi, Brazil's World Cup hopes, life under Mourinho

LISBON -- Julio Cesar is one of the most successful goalkeepers of his generation. The 38-year-old Brazilian international has been with Benfica since 2014, winning three straight Portuguese league titles. Before that, he won the Italian league five times in seven seasons with Inter, as well as the 2010 Champions League.

Capped 87 times by his country, the man from Rio de Janiero state won the 2004 Copa America and two Confederations Cups and was part of Brazil's squads at three World Cups, including...

 By Nick Ames

Man United seize on Benfica's bad luck to edge closer to knockout rounds

MANCHESTER, England -- Here are three quick thoughts after Man United left it late to complete a 2-0 win over Benfica in Champions League matchday 4.

1. Man United on the brink of last 16

Manchester United are just a point away from progressing to the last 16 of the Champions League, and in keeping with recent performances, they earned this 2-0 win over Benfica in the most functional way. It will not live long in the memory, and they had a slice of luck when, just before half-time, Benfica...

Meet Mile Svilar, the youngest keeper in Champions League history

Manchester United's winning goal at Benfica two weeks ago was utterly bizarre. Marcus Rashford put a routine ball into the penalty area from a free kick, and Mile Svilar should have easily dealt with it. Instead of punching it away, though, the goalkeeper tried to catch it. While doing so, he crossed the line with the ball in his hands. Rarely do fans see such a glaring mistake.

The mishap becomes much more understandable when you take into consideration that it was the first goal Svilar conceded...