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 By Nayib Moran

Meet Nestor Araujo, Mexico's unsung defensive stalwart dreaming of Europe

FC's Herculez Gomez and Sebastian Salazar highlight Mexico's new swagger and stability after its win over Costa Rica.
'Chicharito' Hernandez equaled Jared Borgetti's goal record, but where does he stack up among the Mexico greats?

Nestor Araujo has scored two goals for Santos Laguna so far in the 2017 Clausura, but before Friday night, he hadn't struck for the Mexico national team since the 2011 Copa America. Fast-forward to Friday, though, and his towering and hefty figure allowed him to connect a darting header that Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas simply couldn't stop to put El Tri up 2-0.

Just like his goal in the 2-0 victory over Costa Rica, Araujo's rise in the Juan Carlos Osorio era has been equally as surprising....

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's 'national team will benefit' with more players in Europe - Osorio

Catch up with all the latest Liga MX action, as Monterrey beat Atlas 2-0 to move into second spot.

Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio emphasized that there are plenty of Liga MX-based Mexicans with enough quality to play in Europe and argued the national team would grow from a deeper pool of players based overseas.

"I believe that there are Mexican players that deserve to be abroad," said Osorio in an exclusive interview with ESPN's Futbol Picante on Tuesday.

"To the extent that the clubs facilitate that, Mexican football will be more recognized in the future and the national team will benefit."

Osorio...

 By Nayib Moran

Who will be Mexico's next Cuauhtemoc Blanco? Could it be Carlos Vela?

Blanco gave his all for the Mexico national team and right now, they need a new talisman.

MEXICO CITY -- Estadio Azteca is Cuauhtemoc Blanco's home. He's the only Mexican footballer that has been able to bring down the stadium with his goals and assists. Not even Hugo Sanchez, Rafael Marquez or Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez, all of whom have played for the best clubs in the world like Real Madrid, FC Barcelona and Manchester United, have been able to achieve it.

To find another Mexican player who could one day match Blanco's heart feels like an impossible task but in the modern era,...

 By Chris Wright

Miguel Herrera's face full of cake as Xolos prank former Mexico boss

Having garnered a degree of infamy for his wild touchline gesticulations during a stint in charge of the Mexico national side, the ever-lively Miguel Herrera quit El Tri in 2015 to take over at Club Tijuana.

Indeed, after turning 49 last week, Herrera was treated to a birthday surprise by the Xolos squad, who presented their coach with a cake during a recent training session.

Of course, this being El Piojo we're talking about, there are no prizes on offer for guessing where said cake ended...

 By Tom Marshall

Tijuana manager Miguel Herrera could face sanction for alleged insult of a fan

Club Tijuana manager Miguel Herrera reveals his desire to return as coach of the Mexican national team.

Club Tijuana coach Miguel "Piojo" Herrera could be punished for allegedly insulting a member of the crowd inside Estadio Caliente last Friday, after Xolos' 1-1 draw with Santos Laguna.

Former El Tri coach Herrera had been sent to the stands by the referee for his complaints about Guido Rodriguez's red card and stood with fans as the game wound down.

On the final whistle, one fan filmed Herrera appearing to insult and challenge a member of the public to a fight.

The Mexican Football Federation (FMF)...