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Hernandez eyes Mexico record

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 By Tom Marshall

Five thoughts as Mexico all-but secure their place at Russia 2018

FC's Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar highlight Mexico's new swagger and stability after its win over Costa Rica.

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago -- It's been another good camp for Mexico's national team, with a 2-0 win last Friday in Estadio Azteca against Costa Rica and Tuesday's 1-0 win over Trinidad and Tobago in Port of Spain.

El Tri's record in World Cup hexagonal qualifying now reads four games played, 10 points gained, five goals scored and only one conceded. To add to that, three of the four games were away from home.

Things are looking up for Juan Carlos Osorio's team, which is quickly closing...

Nestor Araujo helps guide Mexico to nervy win vs. Trinidad and Tobago

Mexico just about held on for an unconvincing but important win vs. Trinidad and Tobago.

Tuesday night's World Cup qualifying clash saw Mexico scrape past Trinidad and Tobago with a 1-0 away win. After a shaky start from El Tri and a questionable offside call to deny a T&T goal, Mexico bounced back in the second half through a goal from Diego Reyes in the 58th minute. With the lead in hand, manager Juan Carlos Osorio made some tactical changes that helped the away side shuffle to a narrow victory at Hasely Crawford Stadium.

Although the performance was not as dominant or convincing...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico boss Osorio shaves head after losing qualifying bet with 'Chicharito'

Javier Hernandez and Mexico held on for a nervy 1-0 win against Trinidad and Tobago in World Cup qualifying.

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago -- Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio was delighted in his postgame news conference after seeing his side defeat Trinidad and Tobago 1-0 on Tuesday, although he didn't let on that he'd just lost a bet.

When Osorio appeared 10 minutes later in the mixed zone of the Hasely Crawford Stadium, he did so with slightly less hair.

 By Tom Marshall

Reyes header sees gritty Mexico grab 1-0 win at slick Trinidad and Tobago

Diego Reyes celebrates after scoring a goal for Mexico against Trinidad and Tobago.
Diego Reyes soared to head home Mexico's lone goal and keep his team top of the CONCACAF World Cup qualifying table.

PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad and Tobago -- Three thoughts from Mexico's 1-0 win against Trinidad and Tobago, which sees El Tri maintain its position at the top of the CONCACAF World Cup qualifying table.

1. Just about job done for Mexico

This was not pretty from Mexico. For much of the match, Trinidad and Tobago was the better side. But it was a case of getting the job done for El Tri, and that's exactly what it did in a humid climate and on a soft pitch.

A headed goal from Diego Reyes handed Mexico...