89dTom Marshall

Lessons from Mexico's long summer

Mexico disappointed at the Confederations Cup and Gold Cup but still came away with some valuable lessons ahead of next summer's World Cup.

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107dTom Marshall

Osorio apologizes for Confed Cup actions

Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio has apologized for his actions during Mexico's 2-1 loss to Portugal for Confederations Cup third place last Sunday.

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109dESPN staff

Osorio six-match ban, could miss Gold Cup

FIFA has announced that Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio has been dealt a six-game suspension for protesting a referee decision at Confederations Cup.

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111dNick Ames

Ames: A trip to Russia's oldest club

Russia's oldest club, Znamya Truda, have experienced plenty of tragedy since forming in 1909, but hopes remain for a bright future, Nick Ames writes.

Assessment of VAR: It's flawed (2:37)
112dESPN staff

Best game, players, Russia ready, future

It's the traditional test run for a World Cup host nation but what were the takeaways from Russia 2017? We asked the writers who were there.

The good, the bad and the ugly of VAR (6:56)
Are Germany already World Cup favourites? (3:26)
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113dESPN staff

Trending: Germany win Confederations Cup

Arsenal are on the verge of signing Lyon striker Alexandre Lacazette for a club-record fee; Germany beat Chile in the Confederations Cup final.

WATCH: Confed Cup highs and lows (2:20)
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113dStephan Uersfeld

Ozil, Muller under threat from young stars

ESPN FC takes a look at 10 Germany internationals who might be concerned about their status after a young clutch of players won the Confederations Cup

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113dTom Kundert

Five things Portugal learned: Silvas shine

Portugal came third in the Confederations Cup but the future looks bright. Bernardo and Andre Silva look great, but the team needs to replace Pepe.

113dNick Ames

Confeds Cup best XI: Germany, Chile lead

The 2017 Confederations Cup is over and Germany are the champions. But who were the standout performers in the tournament? Here is our best XI.

113dESPN Staff

Germany's Rudiger 'will see' about Chelsea

Defender Antonio Rudiger refused to speculate about a move to Premier League champions Chelsea after Germany's Confederations Cup victory over Chile.

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113dESPN staff

Vidal: No reproach for Diaz after error

Arturo Vidal has absolved Chile teammate Marcelo Diaz of any blame after the his error led to Germany's deciding goal in the Confederations Cup final.

Gomez: Mexico failed on many fronts (2:35)
Nicol: Cool the jets on Germany (1:11)
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113dTim Vickery

Chile golden generation can't match Germany

Chile hoped to add an intercontinental title to their Copa America crowns at the Confederations Cup, but their golden generation fell just short.