All Things Mexico

45-Yard Howitzer In Copa MX Will Make You Spit Out Your Morning Coffee

Liga MX’s Atlas welcomed second-tier Tampico Madero to the Estadio Jalisco on Wednesday night, and the courageous Brave Crabs of Tampico pulled off a stunning upset that all began with a 45-yard piece of violence from 19-year-old forward Eduardo Aguirre.

A penalty from Atlas’ Milton Caraglio gave his side a 1-0 lead in the 44th minute, but a five-minute brace from Aguirre turned the match on its head, gave Tampico Madero the three points and put them on the cusp of the knockout stage.

Watch Chucky Lozano Finish Off PSV's Only Goal Against Excelsior

We've written about Hirving "Chucky" Lozano's so-far excellent first season in Europe more times than we can count, but we are going to do it again because Chucky scored again.

Lozano finished off a wonderful team move for PSV (the assist from Luuk de Jong is just great) in the 17th minute against Excelsior in the Eredivisie Wednesday. It was the only goal of the match.

The 5 Funniest Moments Of Chicharito's Career

Chicharito is known for poaching goals and generally making a nuisance of himself inside the other team's 18-yard box. However, The Little Pea has a lighter side as well. Check out the five funniest Chicharito moments.

Cuauhtemoc Blanco Is Reportedly Running For Governor Of Morelos

When Cuauhtemoc Blanco announced his intention to run for mayor of Cuernavaca, Mexico, following his retirement from soccer, most people didn't quite believe him. Well, he ran, and he won, and now he's the mayor of Cuernavaca, a city of just more than 300,000 located just south of Mexico City.

Blanco, it seems, is not done climbing the political ladder. The former Club America and Chicago Fire star reportedly has his eyes on the governorship of Morelos, the state in which Cuernavaca is located.

Sevilla Reaches Agreement With Porto For Miguel Layun Loan With Option To Buy

After weeks of speculation linking Mexican international Miguel Layun with La Liga side Real Betis — where international compatriot Andres Guardado currently plays — derby rival Sevilla has announced the capture of the 29-year-old right back on loan with an option to buy in the summer, pending a medical scheduled for Tuesday.

Mexico's Consecutive World Cup Round Of 16 Defeats, Ranked By Misery

There's something tragic about each of Mexico's six-straight World Cup Round of 16 eliminations — being unable to reach the quarterfinals has become a haunting nightmare for El Tri. However, it doesn't detract from the country's long and rich history of playing in the world's greatest competition.

In fact, Mexico is one of the national teams with the most World Cup appearances. El Tri have been present at 15 World Cups, only trailing Argentina (16), Italy and Germany (17), and Brazil (20).