The chief operating officer of El Tri says that FIFA can do nothing about the slurs that fans have used at the World Cup in Brazil.
Monday, June 23, 2014
Sunday, June 22, 2014
Members of the Croatian contingent were in a bullish mood ahead of the crunch match with El Tri.
The Mexican midfielder is happy he passed up an opportunity to head to the United States as a teenager after earning an unlikely spot in El Tri's starting lineup.
Unless Cameroon produces an upset for the ages, only one team will leave Recife with a place in the round of 16.
Saturday, June 21, 2014
After an opening win over Cameroon and a hard-earned draw with Brazil, only Croatia stands between Mexico and the knockout stages.
Thursday, June 19, 2014
According to a report, FIFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Mexico over 'improper conduct' of their supporter section in Fortaleza.
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Miguel Herrera has connected with Mexico's players after El Tri's confidence hit rock bottom under Chepo de la Torre.
After drawing their second Group A match, El Tri will need to avoid defeat against Croatia to make the knockout rounds.
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
The wing back, who spent time on loan at Leverkusen last season, says the El Tri players based in Europe have proven their worth.
The Mexico goalkeeper said he enjoyed "the game of my life" as El Tri grabbed a scoreless draw against Brazil.
Guillermo Ochoa was the standout performer as El Tri managed a huge result against the tournament favorite in Fortaleza
The 28-year-old goalkeeper justified his selection by making six saves as El Tri took a point off the host nation.
Mexico frustrated Brazil in Fortaleza, resulting in an entertaining stalemate, as El Tri goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa put on a shot stopping masterclass to keep the Selecao at bay.
With the Barcelona star unable to break his shackles against a well-organized Mexico side, Scolari's side looked bereft of ideas.
Luiz Felipe Scolari's men failed to take their chances throughout the 90 minutes as they and El Tri shared the spoils.
Monday, June 16, 2014
Mexico has one win in the books, but so does the Brazil team El Tri faces on Tuesday. Tom Marshall gives his keys to another win for the CONCACAF nation.
El Tri coach Miguel Herrera will go with the same starting XI he used against Cameroon in the team's World Cup opener on Friday.
The defender admits this summer's goal rush is forcing him to work even harder in training ahead of his side's game on Tuesday
Big Phil is ready for Miguel Herrera's men to come out strong against the host side, which is still waiting to see if Hulk will be able to play.
Victory for either side will go a long way to securing top spot, with the host nation already thinking about qualifying as winner to avoid the best of a tough Group B.