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Europeo of the week: Hector Herrera

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Lozano, Hernandez top strong group of Mexicans in Europe

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Who will be the next Rafa Marquez?

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Mexico's Moreno latest injury ahead of Gold Cup

DALLAS --  Mexico's summer of injury woe could be set to get worse with coach Gerardo "Tata" Martino confirming Hector Moreno is a major doubt for the Gold Cup.

Moreno left the field in the 35th minute of Mexico's 3-2 win over Ecuador in AT&T Stadium with a left leg injury, which Martino didn't specify, and will go for tests, but El Tri's coach is not confident.

"I think there is a big chance he is out of the Gold Cup," said Martino in the news conference after the game, confirming that LA...

Mexicans abroad: Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez scores twice to edge Raul Jimenez as top Europeo

Two-goal Javier Hernandez came off the bench to rescue West Ham against basement boys Huddersfield in a 4-3 classic at London Stadium.
Javier Hernandez is starting to earn Manuel Pellegrini's trust and now quietly has seven goals for West Ham.

Many of Mexico's top talents are making names for themselves at clubs abroad. With several key figures playing week in and week out in a number of top European leagues, keeping track of all the high-profile stars can at times be daunting.

In order to help keep tabs on those across the Atlantic, we've created a weekly award that will be given to the most outstanding player. Along with a few honorable mentions -- and a "dishonorable mention" -- here are the noteworthy performances from Mexican players...

Mexicans abroad: Hector Herrera wins Europeo of the Week after red-hot form at Porto

Herrera, right, was exceptional in both games this week as Porto advanced in the Portuguese Cup and remained top of the league.

More than ever before, some of the top names in Mexican soccer are playing for clubs abroad. With several key figures playing week in and week out in a number of top European leagues, keeping track of all the high-profile stars can at times be daunting.

In order to help keep tabs on those across the Atlantic, we've created a weekly award that will be given to the most outstanding player. Along with a few honorable mentions --- and a "dishonorable mention" prize --- here are the noteworthy performances...

Hirving Lozano, Javier Hernandez lead list of Mexicans set to begin their seasons in Europe

Coming off a breakout World Cup, Hirving Lozano is poised for big things in Europe.
Can Hirving Lozano carry the momentum from his breakout World Cup into the upcoming European season?

With the World Cup now over, many of Mexico's most prominent players have now set their sights on their next European season. There's no shortage of names here, so without further ado, here's a quick 2018-19 season preview of Mexico's most noteworthy European-based players.

FW Hirving Lozano, PSV Eindhoven (Eredivisie)

With each passing day, it appears more and more likely that Lozano's move to a bigger European club will have to wait. That said, a second Eredivisie season with PSV wouldn't hurt...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico facing injury crisis, Giovani Dos Santos dilemma vs. Scotland

MEXICO CITY -- Mexico's traditional pre-World Cup send-off game in Estadio Azteca isn't to be taken too seriously.

Last time around, a then-41-year-old Cuauhtemoc Blanco -- currently running for the position of governor of the Mexican state of Morelos -- played 39 minutes in a 3-0 win over Israel. He was one of the better players. Fast forward four years and El Tri once again trotted out to Mexico's presidential residence for their official send-off on Thursday, with the usual proclamations...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's Hector Moreno, Andres Guardado and Diego Reyes in race to be fit for World Cup

MEXICO CITY -- Hector Moreno, Andres Guardado and Diego Reyes will not be available for Mexico against Scotland on Saturday and all face a race to be fit for the World Cup.

Moreno suffered a blow to his left calf and was advised to rest, while Guardado had surgery on his peroneal nerve on May 17. Diego Reyes reportedly has a right hamstring injury.

"For tomorrow's game, none of the three will be ready, it's the decisions of the medical department," Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio said in Friday's...