After a scrappy match, the Chivas USA man scored from close range to settle the tie in Mexico's favor.
Sunday, October 12, 2014
Saturday, October 11, 2014
El Tri has not given up a goal since this summer's World Cup, and looks to continue its good run against Los Canaleros.
Friday, October 10, 2014
The Real Madrid striker is creeping up on one of the legends of the Mexican game.
El Tri coach Miguel Herrera has yet to settle on a new defensive unit, despite some positive early signs from the players he's tried.
Thursday, October 9, 2014
Chicharito continues to move up El Tri's scoring chart after netting the opener, while Oswaldo Alanis scored his first international goal in a win over CONCACAF rivals.
The defender with have another operation but is on pace to return as planned.
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
The El Tri boss has named an experimental back line, while also giving nods to two players who have not been starting much in Europe.
Two of CONCACAF's World Cup teams square off with one hoping to continue its path and the other looking to reverse course.
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
The former El Tri boss returns to the management game, back in charge of Guadalajara.
The Brazilian hasn't had a great start with the Mexican club but said Tuesday he isn't rethinking the decision.
Though it's very early in the World Cup cycle, October's friendlies will answer a few questions about CONCACAF and its teams.
El Tri takes on its fellow CONCACAF nation, looking to build on its win and draw in two September friendlies.
Monday, October 6, 2014
The playoffs are drawing near, and Liga MX is wide open as a host of teams appear to be title contenders.
Friday, October 3, 2014
The second half of the double round sees the pressure increase with teams knowing they have just six more matches left before the Liguilla.
The Chivas coach is stepping down as the club faces the threat of relegation.
Thursday, October 2, 2014
Mexico's top clubs are casting their eyes north of the border in their search for talent.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
The two newest faces in Miguel Herrera's squad have earned their places through excellent club form.
The El Tri setup retains most of the players who faced Chile and Bolivia last month.
The El Tri boss has revealed a very full schedule for himself and his team next year.
The Mexican was given a chance to impress by coach Carlo Ancelotti, but looked lost for long periods and Real improved immensely after he was replaced by the Frenchman.