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Mexicans in Europe: Chicharito's goal-scoring drought continues

Substitute Rui Sousa scored a stoppage-time winner to give Porto a 1-0 win over 10-man Sporting Braga on Saturday.
Javier Hernandez
Javier Hernandez was unable to convert his penalty in Bayer Leverkusen's 1-1 draw with Freiburg.

Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez has now gone 13 games for club and country without a goal.

Last Saturday, the Bayer Leverkusen striker had a golden opportunity to end his scoring drought, but instead provided a weak attempt from the penalty spot that was easily saved by Freiburg goalkeeper Alexander Schwolow. Thanks to the save from Schwolow in the 88th minute, Roger Schmidt's side went on to finish the Bundesliga match at home with a disappointing 1-1 draw.

In order to find the last time that Hernandez...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Liga MX Talking Points: What's next for big-name Liguilla losers Chivas, Xolos?

With the Liga MX Liguilla semifinals now set, ESPN FC's Ciro Procuna breaks down how the final four teams advanced.

The quarterfinals of the Liguilla have come and gone, with Chivas, Club Tijuana, Pachuca and Pumas all bumped from the Fiesta Grande. The semifinals are set to kick off on Wednesday when Leon hosts Tigres, but before they get started, we asked our experts Tom Marshall, Cesar Hernandez and Nayib Moran what's next for the tournament's big-name losers.

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Now isn't the time to panic for Chivas. Two consecutive Liguillas under Matias Almeyda bodes well and although it hurts Chivas fans to lose...

 By Tom Marshall

Confederations Cup offers Mexico rare opportunity to pit wits vs. top teams

Mexico will hope to advance to the semifinals of the Confederations Cup next summer.

The importance of Paul Aguilar's stunning goal to win the CONCACAF Cup against the United States in October 2015 may have initially gone unnoticed wrapped up in the emotions of the rivalry, but now that the draw for next June's Confederations Cup has been made, its worth is very clear.

Mexico plays a lot of games -- 23 in 2015, 15 in 2016 and likely more than 20 in 2017 -- but not many have the competitive elements or hostile environment that coach Juan Carlos Osorio so desires. During 2016, Mexico...

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Confederations Cup draw: Portugal drawn with Mexico and Russia

Joachim Low says despite their Confederations Cup draw, there are no easy fixtures in football.

The draw for the 2017 Confederations Cup has seen Euro 2016 champions Portugal put into a group with Mexico, New Zealand and 2018 World Cup hosts Russia.

Meanwhile, World Cup winners Germany take on the Copa America champions Chile, Australia and the team that wins the African Nations Cup.

GROUP A

Russia

Portugal

Mexico

New Zealand

GROUP B

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Chile

Australia

TBD (African Nations Cup winners)

The draw (which features winners of all six Confederations' titles) took place in Kazan, Russia...

 By Tom Marshall

Klinsmann firing highlights importance of Mexico-U.S. match - Osorio

Jurgen Klinsmann posted a heartfelt thank you to the U.S. National Team following the appointment of Bruce Arena as coach.
Taylor Twellman says Bruce Arena taking over the U.S. head coaching job is 'all about qualifying for the World Cup'.
Gab Marcotti joins OTL to discuss how too much power led to Jurgen Klinsmann's ultimate demise.
Taylor Twellman and Kasey Keller join the FC crew to sound off on the sacking of Jurgen Klinsmann by U.S. Soccer.
Raphael Honigstein discusses Jurgen Klinsmann's rift with U.S. Soccer, and where he could potentially end up next.

Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio says Jurgen Klinsmann's firing on Monday has highlighted the importance of El Tri's 2-1 victory over the United States on Nov. 11.

It was Mexico's first stateside win in World Cup Qualifying since 1972 and ended a series of four consecutive 2-0 losses against the United States in Columbus, Ohio.

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"The only thing I think [about Klinsmann's firing] is that their play or ours was so important as to generate an initial message about what their qualifying could be...