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Hirving Lozano not the only young talent set to lead Mexico forward

MEXICO CITY -- At one point during Tuesday night's 1-0 loss to Chile, Hirving Lozano flew down the wing to recover a ball one of his teammates had lost far up the field. Minutes later, he was marking Alexis Sanchez as the Manchester United star attempted to create a chance for his country. Later in the match, Lozano paired with Jesus Gallardo to pressure Chile into turning the ball over in their defensive third.

For most of the match in Queretaro, Mexico's best player was also their most industrious.


U.S. finally has hope in Sargent, Weah and Amon, but youngsters need time

EAST HARTFORD, Conn. -- Building for the future often means navigating through the ups and downs of the present. Such was the case for the U.S. attack in Tuesday's 1-1 draw with Peru.

Caretaker manager Dave Sarachan opted to start three teenagers in offensive positions -- Jonathan Amon, Josh Sargent and Tim Weah -- and each of them showed flashes of the kind of ability that has the U.S. fan base, still emotionally scarred from last year's World Cup qualifying failure, clamoring for more.


Mexico made key strides in respectable last-minute loss to Chile

Here are three thoughts from Mexico's 1-0 loss to Chile in Tuesday's international friendly:

1. Late goal shouldn't overshadow hard-fought match

There was no 7-0 for Chile and there was no revenge for Mexico. Instead, an intense "friendly" between two sides that played as if points were at stake and in which a late Nicolas Castillo goal was the difference.

Mexico goalkeeper Hugo Gonzalez looked to be heading for the man-of-the-match after one fine save in each half, but should've done better...

U.S. attack show flashes, but 'rawness' again an obvious theme in draw with Peru

ESPN's proud Scotsman Mark Donaldson ditches the Tartan Army for the American Outlaws and comes to find out he fits in perfectly.

EAST HARTFORD, CT -- Three thoughts on the United States men's national team's 1-1 draw with Peru in an international friendly.

1. Late U.S. switch-off costs U.S. victory

U.S. caretaker manager Dave Sarachan rang in nine changes to the lineup that lost 4-2 to Colombia last week, with three players -- left midfielder Jonathan Amon, center-back Aaron Long and right-back Reggie Cannon -- making their international debuts, while left back Ben Sweat made his first start. Conspicuous by his...

Raheem Sterling ends drought, England hand Spain first competitive home defeat since 2003

Raheem Sterling ended a three-year goal drought for England with a pair of first-half goals, propelling the Three Lions to a 3-2 win against Spain.

SEVILLE, Spain -- Three thoughts on England's 3-2 win over Spain at Estadio Benito Villamarin in Group 4, League A of the UEFA Nations League.

1. New-look England build on World Cup momentum

Raheem Sterling, Marcus Rashford and Harry Kane blew Spain away in 38 first-half minutes as England became the first country to beat Spain in Spain in a competitive game in 15 years, a run stretching 38 games.

Sterling ended a three-year wait for an international goal, scoring twice either side of a...

No fans, no goals: Croatia and England play out surreal encounter

Croatia and England played to a scoreless draw in a closed-door UEFA Nations League match lacking in energy on and off the pitch.

RIJEKA, Croatia -- Football supporters are a determined bunch and, if they want to see a game involving their team, it is often a case of "where there is a will, there is a way." However, Friday's UEFA Nations League clash between Croatia and England was a step too far for one fan of the visiting team.

He attempted to enter the HNK Stadion in Rijeka dressed as a steward -- orange bib and all -- but failed to get into a match that was played behind closed doors to complete a two-game stadium ban...