Mexico National Team

The 9 Best And Worst Moments Of El Tri’s 2015

This has been a hectic year for El Tri. From losing to the United States Dos a Cero in the beginning of the year, to redemption in their Gold Cup Final win over Jamaica, there have been plenty of highs to a few lows. 2015 will be a year to remember for Mexico’s Men’s National team. Let’s reflect on El Tri 2015!

Dos a Cero loss against the U.S.A. in April

Mexico started the year off with two consecutive wins but in their third match of the new year, they were completely owned by the United States men’s national team.

Hector Herrera Has Been Named Porto's Player Of The Year

Hector Herrera had a pretty darn good 2014-2015 season for Portuguese club Porto.

His season was so good, in fact, that Herrera was named Porto's Player of the Year

Herrera joined Porto in 2015 from Liga MX side Pachuca for a reported $8.5 million, and has quickly become one of the club's key players. Just Wednesday he scored and wore the captain's armband for Porto.

These Stats Show Just How Good Chicharito Has Been This Year

It's obvious that Javier Hernandez has been in incredible form this year. But we didn't realize just how good Chicharito has been until we saw this list of records Hernandez has set so far this year with Bayer Leverkusen.

Mexico Coach Juan Carlos Osorio Learned Soccer Tactics By Spying On Liverpool

Mexico National Team coach Juan Carlos Osorio has been around. He's managed in Mexico, Colombia, Brazil and the USA, but he cut his teeth in coaching as a young man in England. And he had a very peculiar strategy.

While studying for a science and football degree at John Moores University and living in Liverpool, Osorio tried everything he could to watch Liverpool manager Gerard Houllier's training sessions. The only problem was Houllier wouldn't let him watch.

So, he resorted to trying to find a room in a nearby house with a view of Liverpool's training grounds.

Andres Guardado And Hector Moreno Showcase Teamwork At Its Finest

Andres Guardado and Hector Moreno are teammates for both club and country, for PSV and Mexico. As such, they appear to have developed more chemistry than your average center mid-center back pairing.

This weekend against Utrecht, they got a chance to showcase that chemistry. Off a corner, Guardado found Moreno square in the middle of the box. Moreno then one-timed the ball into the goal, a superb finish for any center back.

Miguel Layun Comes Into World Cup Qualifying On Fire

Miguel Layun has been in wonderful form for both club and country this season, wonderful form he continued this weekend.  Layun scored a goal and recorded an assist in Porto's 2-0 win over Setubal, continuing his momentum from last week when he scored in the Champions League.

Andrés Guardado Is Never Finished. His Entire Career Proves it.

Andrés Guardado simply will not stop. He’s the epitome of hard work, strength of character and desire for all of the Americas. 

A born fighter, Guardado does not keep his battles solely on the field. He inspires others to work towards the betterment of themselves and the world around them.

He tackles the battle against breast cancer, pushing for global awareness and activisim, in the same way he'd fly into a tackle for El Tri.