All Things Mexico

David Ochoa’s Bewitching Season Of Young Shithousery Continues With Epic Upset Of SKC

MLS needs more David Ochoas. It needs more players that “enjoy being the villain” and who aren’t — in a league that prides itself on providing the joyful unpredictably of parity — afraid of taking the spotlight and shining it firmly on themselves.

It makes the atmosphere in stadiums better. It makes matchups more intriguing. It creates headlines.

Chucky Lozano Es Protagonista De Un Tremendo Blooper En La Serie Narcos: México

Es mínima y es probable que la mayoría de las personas que vieron la serie ni se hayan dado cuenta. Lo cierto es que Hirving Lozano, el Chucky, hace una aparición sorpresa en la temporada 3 de Narcos: México. Tan sorpresa que dudamos que el mismo jugador estuviera al tanto de ella.

La presencia de Lozano no es en carne y hueso, sino que en un papel de diario pegado en una ventana y a través de una fotografía con el jersey del Napoli, en una secuencia notada por el usuario de Twitter, @JaviBauserman.

Canada 2, Mexico 1: The Snowbank Celly Heard Round The World

Over halfway through Concacaf World Cup qualifying and only one nation remains unbeaten: table-topping Canada, which began this entire cycle ranked 73rd in the world and needing to navigate beyond Suriname in the first round and Haiti in the second to even be present in the Octagonal.

Christian Pulisic’s Trolling Of Memo Ochoa Was All About Commanding Respect

United States' Christian Pulisic was on target in Friday's 2-0 win over Mexico, but it was the message scrawled on his T-shirt that made headlines as the winger responded to a pre-match jibe from their North American arch rivals with one of his own.

Second-half substitute Pulisic headed home a cross within five minutes of coming on, while Weston McKennie scored another as a young U.S. team moved to the top  of the World Cup qualifying CONCACAF standings.

USA-Mexico All-Time Scoring Chart Reflects Turning Tide Of Rivalry Over Last 20 Years

When the USMNT and Mexico met on Nov. 12 at TQL Stadium in Cincinnati, it marked the 73rd clash between the two giants of the CONCACAF region. On Mar. 24 we’ll do it all again, adding another monumental World Cup qualifying chapter to a rivalry that really doesn’t need any pretense to get the blood boiling.

Mexico’s First-Choice Front Three Is Out For Vengeance Against The U.S.

When the USMNT welcomes Mexico to TQL Stadium in Cincinnati on Friday night, the Stars and Stripes will boast the emotional and mental edge of having defeated El Tri in their last two meetings — both finals, no less. 

But it’s Mexico that holds a three-point advantage over the U.S. at the top of the Octagonal as we hit the halfway point of qualifying, and Tata Martino can rely on a first-choice attack that Gregg Berhalter’s men didn’t see over the summer.

The Top 5 Goals Scored During A Mexico Vs. USA Game Since 2000 That Made Our Jaws Drop

The United States and Mexico are preparing for a massive World Cup qualifying game on Nov. 12 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The rivalry between North America’s two best national teams always produces entertainment. Some of the best USA vs Mexico goals have been scored in the last 20 years.

USA-Mexico Is Always Heated, But Here Are The Few Times When Fans Crossed The Line

The soccer rivalry between Mexico and the United States is one of the fiercest and most entertaining in the world. As a USMNT supporter, I consider myself lucky to call Mexico a neighbor. If Mexico didn’t play in Concacaf, the region would be incredibly dull. 

All soccer fans in North America look forward to when El Tri and the Stars and Stripes meet, whether it’s a friendly, Gold Cup match or World Cup qualifier. The atmosphere at these games is one of the best in the world, but sometimes supporters get a little out of control.