Mexico couldn't cope with injuries on the back line as it fell to Ecuador in a performance that leaves a bad taste in the mouth for El Tri, writes Jon Arnold.
Mexican National Team
Friday, June 19, 2015
Mexico needs to win Friday's match against Ecuador not only for its Copa America present, but for its Gold Cup future, writes Jon Arnold
Thursday, June 18, 2015
The coach says he isn't sure how he'll set up his defense, but believes he'll have the team mentally ready to get a victory against Ecuador.
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Miguel Herrera finds himself with few options on the back line ahead of a must-win match against Ecuador, writes Jon Arnold.
The Argentine-born forward put Mexico on top and was the hero of El Tri's impressive draw, writes Jon Arnold.
Mexico is ready for a group stage finale it will see as a final of the tournament.
Monday, June 15, 2015
The El Tri boss is confident his team can advance to the next round after a strong showing in Monday's draw against Chile.
Six goals evenly split in Santiago as El Tri prevented the host from booking a quarterfinal ticket, aided by two potentially blown offside calls to deny La Roja a fourth.
Mexico put in a much better performance than in its initial outing and gave El Tri fans hope of advancing to the next round, writes Jon Arnold.
The Atlas defender slots in for the injured captain as Mexico attempts to upset the host in Group A.
Once again facing a host nation in a group clash at a major tournament, Miguel Herrera has some big decisions to make, writes Jon Arnold.
Sunday, June 14, 2015
A place in the Copa America quarter-finals awaits Chile if they can beat Mexico in their second Group A fixture.
The Chile boss sees similarities between the two sides that will play their second Group A contest in the Estadio Nacional on Monday.
Saturday, June 13, 2015
The Mexico captain will miss Mexico's final two group matches at the Copa America.
View some of the best moments from the Group A clash between El Tri and El Verde
Friday, June 12, 2015
Mexico manager Miguel Herrera says Mexico's Copa America team isn't a B side, but it looked like it was Friday, writes Jon Arnold.
The Mexico coach assured fans a tournament-opening draw against Bolivia isn't a bad result with Chile and Ecuador yet to come
El Tri and El Verde settle for a share of the spoils in their Group A opener.
Mexico's scoreless draw with Bolivia marked a failure for El Tri, writes Jon Arnold.
Raul Jimenez and Marcelo Martins Moreno went closest to scoring as Mexico and Bolivia played out a scoreless draw in Group A..