World Cup
(L-R) Giovani dos Santos and Francisco Javier Rodriguez
Tough Ending
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar converted a penalty kick in stoppage time to lift the Netherlands to a 2-1 comeback win over Mexico in the round of 16 at the World Cup at the Estadio Castelao on Sunday. A 48th-minute... FULL STORY>>
Miguel Herrera
Coaching The Difference
The World Cup upheld its reputation for offering the most dramatic of entertainment on Sunday as the Netherlands advanced to the quarterfinals with a last-gasp win over Mexico.

Mexico led the match for the better part of the second half after Giovani Dos Santos had given El Tri... FULL STORY>>
Moving On Up
Mexico advanced to the knockout round for the sixth successive World Cup on Monday, securing a 3-1 win over Croatia at the Arena Pernambuco to finish second in Group A.

A win or a draw would have been enough to see Mexico into the last 16, and after a scoreless first half, Rafael Marquez found the net in the 72nd minute for El Tri. FULL STORY>>
(L-R) Guillermo Ochoa, Rafael Marquez and Andres Guardado
Guillermo Ochoa turned out a splendid performance at the Estadio Castelao on Tuesday, keeping a clean sheet in Mexico's 0-0 draw with Brazil.

The Mexico goalkeeper produced a flurry of show-stopping saves over the course of the match to hold Brazil scoreless in a World Cup game for just the third... FULL STORY>>
Oribe Peralta
Off To A Flying Start
Oribe Peralta scored the lone goal at the Estadio das Dunas on Friday to hand Mexico three points in its Group A opener with a 1-0 defeat of Cameroon.

Giovani Dos Santos had two first-half goals disallowed, but El Tri managed to bounce back from adversity with Peralta tucking home a 61st-minute... FULL STORY>>
Guillermo Ochoa
Herrera names starting lineup
Mexico head coach Miguel Herrera named his starting 11 on Thursday for El Tri's Group A opener against Cameroon on Friday.

Goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa gets the starting nod, while Giovanni Dos Santos and Oribe Peralta will be the primary attackers, leaving Manchester... FULL STORY>>
Juan Medina
Medina to miss World Cup
Mexico City, Mexico ( - Mexico will be without midfielder Juan Carlos Medina for the 2014 World Cup after it was revealed that he will undergo surgery to repair an ankle injury.

The 31-year-old figured to play a key role for manager Miguel Herrera after featuring for Herrera's title... FULL STORY>>