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Could Pizarro be what Mexico needs to finally move on from Vela?

Kasey Keller says Mexico are back to dominating CONCACAF after struggling early in the 2010s.
2019 MLS MVP Carlos Vela details how LAFC coach Bob Bradley influenced his record-breaking season.
Ale Moreno rips Carlos Vela and Diego Rossi for their ineffectiveness in LAFC's season-ending loss to Seattle.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic proved once again why he's one of the most quotable athletes in all of sports.
LAFC coach Bob Bradley cut off an ESPN interview after a question about Carlos Vela's big-game pedigree following the win vs. LA Galaxy.
Carlos Vela uses some clever footwork to set up Diego Rossi, and LAFC lead 3-2 vs. LA Galaxy.
Carlos Vela does it again, and LAFC lead 2-0 vs. LA Galaxy.

The saga of Carlos Vela returning or not returning to the Mexican national team has become slightly boring, especially because the likelihood of him coming back is remote at best.

The gossip in recent weeks fueled by the LAFC player and MLS MVP's outstanding displays for his club during 2019 and Vela not totally ruling out a return, but he's not the only Mexican player with the ability to unlock defenses, play as an inverted winger, find space in-between the lines, score goals and drag opposition...

Monterrey's CONCACAF Champions League title sets standard for others

MONTERREY, Mexico -- These are the types of nights Miguel Layun came back to Mexico for. But first let's rewind.

The 30-year-old had a decision to make in January. With the Mexican international's time at Villarreal complicated by coaching changes and the club fighting relegation, offers came in for the versatile defender/midfielder.

"I put it all on the table, because I'm like that, I like to analyze in detail before taking a decision and I evaluated what I'd have if I'd left and what I'd have...

CONCACAF president skeptical over Liga MX-MLS Copa Libertadores reports

MONTERREY, Mexico -- CONCACAF president Victor Montagliani isn't buying recent reports suggesting that MLS and Liga MX clubs could soon be competing in the Copa Libertadores.

Montagliani is confident that the focus for clubs in the region remains the CONCACAF Champions League, which Monterrey lifted for the fourth time on Wednesday.

"I can tell you unequivocally that I think that's all media speculation," Montagliani told ESPN FC in Monterrey. "Neither MLS nor Liga MX itself as it relates to...

Monterrey secure aggregate win over Tigres in CONCACAF Champions League final

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Monterrey crowned CCL champions
Monterrey secured their fourth CONCACAF Champions League title with 2-1 aggregate win over Tigres on Wednesday.

MONTERREY, Mexico -- Monterrey could only draw 1-1 with local rival Tigres on Wednesday, but it was enough lift the CONCACAF Champions League for the fourth time, extending Mexico's domination of the tournament to 14 consecutive championships.

Monterrey had won the first leg 1-0, making it 2-1 on aggregate.

Nico Sanchez netted from the penalty spot in the Clasico Regio in the 25th minute, after Rodolfo Pizarro had been tripped inside the area by Luis "Chaka" Rodriguez.

Substitute Andre-Pierre Gignac...

Battle of styles as Monterrey meet Tigres in CONCACAF Champions League final

Tigres and Monterrey are very different in style.

MONTERREY -- Ricardo Ferretti said on Tuesday that Tigres and Monterrey are the two best sides in CONCACAF right now. It's difficult to argue against that, with the same sentiment repeated by Andre-Pierre Gignac in his interview with ESPN's Futbol Picante and other players from both teams at the media day ahead of the CONCACAF Champions League final second leg in Estadio BBVA Bancomer on Wednesday.

But while the two teams from Nuevo Leon have commonalities in the way they have strengthened in the...