Mexican Players Abroad

Days After His Father’s Death, Erick Torres Helps Dynamo To Vital Win

Less than a week after the death of his father, Erick Torres took to the field and helped the Houston Dynamo score a vital 2-1 win over Sporting Kansas City on Wednesday night in Houston. The victory pushed the Dynamo four points ahead of seventh-place Real Salt Lake and San Jose with two matches to play as teams vie for the six playoff berths from the MLS Western Conference.

Giovani Dos Santos Publicly Rips Into His LA Galaxy Teammates

The Los Angeles Galaxy’s abysmal season took another turn for the worse with Giovani dos Santos publicly turning on his teammates following a heavy defeat to Atlanta United on Wednesday. Like the rest of the Galaxy, Dos Santos has seen his numbers fall dramatically this season. After scoring 14 goals in 2016, Dos Santos has only registered six this campaign and the Mexican international knows where the blame lies.

Mexico's Scariest Player Is Coming For Your National Team

We soccer fans often forget there’s more to life than just the beautiful game. So, please note: this weekend the movie "IT," inspired by Stephen King's eponymous novel, is in theaters. Remember Pennywise, that demonic clown that made us wet our pants as children in the nineties? Well, IT is back.

As it turns out, there's something even more terrifying than IT lurking around soccer fields.

Chucky Lozano Continued His Blistering Start In Europe With His Third Goal In 3 Games

Hirving "Chucky" Lozano continues to prove he is having no trouble adapting to European football. The 22-year-old former Pachuca winger made it three goals in his first three Eredivisie matches with a tap-in against Roda JC Sunday.

If Lozano continues to play like this, he will be a lock for Russia 2018, and Juan Carlos Osorio will be hard-pressed to keep him out of the starting lineup.

Chucky Lozano’s European Career Is Off To A Blistering Start

Mexican international Hirving “Chucky” Lozano is off to a blistering start in his European adventure with PSV Eindhoven in the Dutch Eredivisie. The 22-year-old winger endeared himself to PSV supporters two weeks ago by scoring in his league debut against AZ Alkmaar in front of home supporters. He was given a standing ovation upon being subbed off, and he was subsequently named PSV’s Man of the Match. 

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