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El tricolor de Carlos Osorio ha decepcionado la afición Mexicana con una actuación pobre en sus últimos tres encuentros. El futuro del director técnico está en cuestión por sus rotaciones controversiales y el poco desempeño que ha mostrado México en partidos ante equipos de mayor calibre. La próxima prueba del …

Mexico earned a 1-0 victory over Ghana in an international friendly Wednesday night in Houston’s NRG Stadium. Photos by Andre Brooks & Francisco Casillas

Mexico is set to compete in a friendly game against Ghana at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday in NRG Stadium. The match is part of the Mexican National team’s U.S. tour and will serve as preparation for the CONCACAF Gold Cup. El Tri has defeated the Black Stars two times in …

With only two games remaining in the fourth round of CONCACAF World Cup qualifying, the Mexican national team is ready to set foot at Estadio Cuscatlán when they face El Salvador Friday night. Mexico fans will be anxious for this game as it is El Tri’s first game since the …

In the second Copa America Centenario match at NRG Stadium, Mexico was able to end its bout against Venezuela in a tie thanks to a late goal from Jesús Corona. With the 1-1 draw, Mexico stays atop Group C and will face Chile in the next round. Photos by Matt …

Los Tigres acabaron con una sequía de cuatro partidos sin poder anotar. El América acabó con su racha de cinco partidos sin perder. Los Tigres de la UANL vencieron al Club América 3-2, la tarde del sábado y se llevaron la Copa Nissan en un partido amistoso disputado en el …

The typically orange BBVA Compass Stadium was filled with yellow when 22,070 Mexican league soccer fanatics attended the friendly match between Club América and Tigres UANL on Saturday. Despite the absence of some of Tigres’ top players, they were still able to come out with the 3-2 victory. #5 Fernando …

Pope Francis is set to arrive in Mexico City tonight for a five-day visit, and among his many stops around the Tierra Azteca is the city of Morelia in the state of Michocán, which is considered to be one of the “hotspots of Mexico’s drug conflict”. Drug war and violence …

Office workers rush out of swaying buildings and into the streets of Mexico City.

On social media, the people of Mexico are using the hashtag #NoAlGrito which translates to “no to the cry.” They want this September 16th to be a cry for silence and for everything that the people have lost.