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Hector Herrera quietly drives Mexico while Hirving Lozano grabs the headlines

A first-half goal from Hirving Lozano held up for Mexico, who shut out Germany to record one of the most famous wins in the country's history.
A first-half goal from Hirving Lozano held up for Mexico, who shut out Germany to record one of the most famous wins in the country's history.
Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez explain how Juan Carlos Osorio's tactics played a big role in Mexico's defeat of Germany at the World Cup.
Episode six of Project Russia takes you through Mexico fans' rollercoaster of emotions before, during and after El Tri's historic win over Germany.
Hirving Lozano stole the headlines on matchday four in Russia, helping Mexico secure a landmark win over reigning world champions Germany.

During the next several days, there will be plenty of lively discussion regarding Mexico winger Hirving Lozano.

How could there not be?

At 22 years of age, the PSV Eindhoven player stunned Germany with a game-winning World Cup goal on Sunday. Thanks to Lozano's strike, El Tri were able to earn a historic 1-0 victory in the nation's tournament opener. Keeping in mind that the Mexican youngster represents the future of the national team -- and is also a target for big European clubs -- there will...

Transfer Rater: Alex Telles to Liverpool, Daniele Rugani to Chelsea

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The latest transfer rumours from around the world.

Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the Whisper.

Here are today's top five emerging whispers. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk  for all the latest gossip.

Alfie Mawson to West Ham United

Mawson could earn a quick return to the Premier League as West Ham are reportedly in talks with Swansea over signing the England centre-back....

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Mexico's Diego Reyes finds escape from media spotlight at Porto

Mexico have the fifth-most World Cup appearances of all time. Will this be the year they finally get past the round of 16?

Diego Reyes isn't one to speak out about current events but his matter-of-fact reaction to Mexico's coverage of him and his teammates is telling.

"The truth is I don't listen much over here [to critics] because I don't want to," said the 25-year-old Porto and El Tri center-back. "Ultimately, a lot of things are said, a lot of things that aren't true. Lots of times, they don't put themselves in our place, and that's difficult. I know there's great pressure on us and that we're representing a country,...

Man United put faith in Diogo Dalot and the young defender could be a bargain

Manchester United must have a lot of faith in Diogo Dalot as they have parted with around £19 million (€21.6m) to sign a teenager who has only played seven senior games.

Sources have told ESPN FC that with most of Europe's heavyweights -- including firm interest from Bayern Munich and Barcelona -- circling, United were forced to act fast to sign the defender. Indeed, United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward agreed to pay Porto more than the €20m buyout clause in Dalot's contract...

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Hector Herrera's experience at Porto and personality an asset for Mexico

Herculez Gomez explains why Mexico fans booed El Tri after their win over Scotland and why the players are behind Juan Carlos Osorio.
Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez talk all things Giovani dos Santos, including what his role on El Tri would be if he makes Mexico's final World Cup roster.
Before he heads to Russia to cover Mexico at the World Cup, Herculez Gomez predicts how far El Tri will go in the tournament.

Mexico midfielder Hector Herrera has worn the armband for three years for Portuguese club Porto, a team whose net is minded by one of the best keepers of all time, Spain's Iker Casillas.

As Herrera told ESPN's David Faitelson in an in-depth conversation from the club's practice facilities, that club captaincy isn't a responsibility to be taken lightly, especially for a European power such as Porto. Still, he remains in awe of sharing the pitch with a World Cup winner, one of his childhood idols...

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'Tecatito' Corona knows firsthand the challenges Mexican players face trying to move abroad

Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez talk all things Giovani dos Santos, including what his role on El Tri would be if he makes Mexico's final World Cup roster.
ESPN FC's Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez discuss whether Juan Carlos Osorio will include Giovani Dos Santos on his final 23-man roster.
Before he heads to Russia to cover Mexico at the World Cup, Herculez Gomez predicts how far El Tri will go in the tournament.

It's been a rough year for winger Jesus Corona of Porto and Mexico. Nevertheless, he's happy to have an opportunity that has been so difficult to come by for many of his countrymen.

"Tecatito" -- "Little Tecate," after the beer brand that sponsored his former club Monterrey (a rival to the one that shares his surname, no less) -- discussed his path to this year's World Cup in a conversation with ESPN's David Faitelson, who conducted exclusive in-depth interviews with Mexico World Cup candidates...