Mexico

Sunday, June 19, 2016

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The Mexico manager said he did very little right Saturday, though his players said they also were part of the reason for the historic defeat.

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After an embarrassing loss to Chile, Mexico's manager and several players apologized to the Mexican fans, saying their performance was far from good enough.

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Mexico was embarrassed by the reigning Copa America champion, which put seven goals past a listless El Tri to move on to this year's semifinals.

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Eduardo Vargas notches four goals as he leads La Roja to a crushing victory over El Tri to book Pizzi's side's place in the last four of the Copa America.

Saturday, June 18, 2016

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While manager Juan Antonio Pizzi knows the crowd at Levi's Stadium will be cheering for El Tri, he says his team will feel the Chilean public's support from afar.

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Mexico faces Chile in the Copa America Centenario quarterfinals on Saturday and the coach is in admiration of an opposition player.

Friday, June 17, 2016

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While Juan Carlos Osorio is known for his careful preparation, he's taking a less measured approach to a potential penalty shootout to decide Saturday's quarterfinal.

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The Mexico manager would love to have a player like the Chilean midfielder in his team and believes Latin America needs to develop more of that type of player.

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Title holder Chile and the in-form Mexico will contest Saturday's Copa America Centenario quarterfinal in Santa Clara, California.

Thursday, June 16, 2016

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Friday's quarterfinal and the late Saturday quarterfinal are sold out, with organizers hoping fans will arrive early to avoid traffic.

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El Tri are unbeaten under head coach Juan Carlos Osorio, but a loss to the defending Copa winner would be devastating for the Mexican federation and fans.

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

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Argentina's captain had a short but sweet time in the first round as his three goals leave him the top scorer, while the Mexico and U.S. stars were key.

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

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Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez and Alexis Sanchez will go head-to-head when El Tri take on the South American giants Saturday night in Santa Clara, California.

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Claudio Bravo's shaky goalkeeping is cause for concern, but Eduardo Vargas' brace in a 4-2 win over Panama gives Chile momentum heading into the Copa America quarterfinals.