2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
4th in FIFA World Cup
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16hTom Marshall

Tough trip to Argentina will test Mexico

The surprising decision to play two friendlies in Argentina will test a young side that still faces an uncertain managerial situation.

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3dTom Marshall

Lozano will not face Argentina due to injury

Hirving Lozano was due to meet the squad in Cordoba ahead of Friday's first match against Argentina, but will miss both matches for Mexico.

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5dCesar Hernandez

Porto duo shine for Mexico in Europe

Hector Herrera and "Tecatito" Corona both had stellar midweek European matches, but which other Mexico internationals had bright European midweeks?

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7dTom Marshall

Gio dos Santos wants to make amends - brother

Giovani dos Santos isn't thinking of leaving but rather on improving on his poor 2018, according to the Mexico international's brother and teammate.

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8dTom Marshall

Hernandez: I've pondered Mexico retirement

"In all the stages [of my career] I've had thoughts about not going, of course," said Hernandez, when asked about playing for Mexico again.

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Atlanta boss Martino: No contact over U.S. job

The Atlanta United manager said he did not hear from anyone at U.S. Soccer on whether he'd be interested in taking over as national team boss.

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22dAdriana Garcia

Atlanta United: Martino won't renew contract

Atlanta United announced that coach Tata Martino won't be returning next year, opening the door for the Argentine to manage Mexico or Argentina.

RankingsFIFA World Cup

Goal Difference-3Tied-23rd
Goals Scored3Tied-17th
Goals Conceded6Tied-19th